Do you believe in Feng-Shui?

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  1. sweater

    sweater Registered Member

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    I am just wondering if anyone of you there believes in Feng-Shui, coz this thing some says works for them but others insists that it didn't help them and its only a complete waste of time and money. Even one of my friend here says that it will not work if you're not Chinese. :cautious:

    What's your personal experience on this things, or do you believe in it? o_O



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    "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
     
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    I believe in Feng Shui. It's an old form of martial arts, mostly for self defense. Here - I place this chest freezer between me and my enemy. There - I put a chair on his head. Works like a charm, and I'm only a Fifth Brown Trouser trainee.
     
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    Hi,
    You mean fanning shoe? Never worn those. Too dangerous.
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    I'm not Religious........but if I was, I wouldn't have put the Dining Suite in the Bedroom and I would have left the Bathroom facing the front Entrance instead of where it is now in the Kitchen........but, having said that, I must admit, the Cooker does look kind of comfortable in the Bath.......so all in all.....I really have no idea......I think the answer really lies in the soil..(Quote from 'Rambling Sid Rosebud' Gardener)....and Nathaniel Titlark).....



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    Dang it Primly,

    It's about time you showed up! You left me here hanging by one......well by only one!!

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    I was hijackjacked by the in-laws in Greenville SC who claimed I owed a debt to society to install SP2 and the other cumlative goodies on every PC in their neighborhood as well as remove all the trojans, malware and porn. :p ... then in my spare time repair all those strings of christmas lights that had never worked for 5 years ..and then patch the hole in the garage ceiling between those 24 foot thingies where one of them fell through getting the plastic tree and ornaments down from the attic the week before. ::D

    I did do some Feng-Shui in their garden just before I left..the Gnome now faces the pink flamingo with a southern exposure to their picture window..:cool: and moved the bird feeder closer to the driveway..I will let Nature take care of the rest. o_O
     

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    You mean this? :D o_O :rolleyes: :eek: :p




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    Alas, 'twas Rambling Sid Rumpo. (See also his critique on Arts - "I think the answer lies in the oils.")
     
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    Nah!!

    For sure it was Horace Rumpole and the answer is to obey "she who must be obeyed"!

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    Sorry.......but I think you may be confusing Sid Rumpo with Sid Rosebud here...

    Sid Rumpo was the one who was known to "Spurje his Naffwangler" and "Spangle his Trussocks".........Sung to that well known song 'Molly Malone'..

    Whereas Sid Rosebud gave important advice on how to "Keep a heavy frost from damaging your Hardy Annuals.....and how to "Stop wet-rot from making your Fuchsias drop off......


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