Welcome to the Birthday Club’s third year, third post! Once a month is a forum announcement to celebrate the birthdays of our favorite Eden contributors! So wish everyone a happy birthday and let the celebration begin! Thanks to the generosity of the EdenFantasys Staff, every contributor who participates in the birthday club will receive 2500 points for their birthday month! These are distributed only to those who send in their birthdays on time to be included in the monthly posts!
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This year, we’re doing something different. We’ve touched on the Greek-based zodiac two years in a row already so I’ve decided to switch it up! This time, the ‘sign’ mentioned may not be yours, but there are 12 of them! Perfect! Are you excited yet? Get ready, set, LEARN!
Sign – Tiger
The tiger holds the third position on the Chinese zodiac and symbolizes characteristics such as bravery, competitiveness, and unpredictability. Tigers love a challenge and will not hesitate if it means protecting a loved one or their honor, though they usually don’t need such dire threats to accept a dare or test. They usually don’t worry much about the outcome because they know they’ll always ‘land on their feet’, if you will. But watch out because this sign will pounce when necessary and are always on alert. This sign is also a born leader with a nasty stubborn streak when they’re not in charge. While being prone to selfishness, they can learn to be quite generous as well. They are charming and not motivated overly by money or power.
If you want to know if this is your sign and what element you are, see the years below. To learn more about your individual elements, search online for more cool facts! I couldn’t fit it all in a single post.
Metal Tiger – 1950 and 2010
Water Tiger – 1902 and 1962
Wood Tiger – 1914 and 1974
Fire Tiger – 1926 and 1986
Earth Tiger – 1938 and 1998
”There are two mistakes one can make along the road to truth. Not going all the way and not starting.”
Let’s wish these 111 contributors a happy birthday!
Happy Birthday, all March babies!!!
1st – Laurel & Piña Colada & FruityCloudPuff & luvslukin & Lioncub & PieC~0103 & keeweepoo
2nd – duff & Sponchy & loriandhubby
3rd – MelSC & Ajvil & leelee & grrrl & rayellabui
4th – anonkitty & Pete's Princess & beanpint
5th – rihanne & comatose-kitty
6th – sweet&lush & EricaMay & Paula & handsolo & DoMePretty & KayJay
7th – VioletMoonstone & candiekissed69 & Intrigued & Neotigress & woodsdragon & Intrigued & kandy anjel
8th – Lildrummrgurl7 & Nibble & Fia
9th – ToyTimeTim & Lummox & wrmbreze & mpfm & PeppermintFuntimes & Septimus & StormOfSnakes
10th – Kate & AmethystQueen
11th – JustYourAverageGuy & IdyllWyld & Cd24 & Ryuson & NaughtyNikkie & loveskittens!
12th – Steve of Eden & hotinpink & Painandpleasure0311
13th – Lily Night & oopsy & damnbul12 & permitdrab
14th – thebedroomblogger & Splendwhore & Apate & LD29
15th – Madsinner & crazysexyone & XYCopperheadSly & lillmiss5054 & lovingmylife
17th – Elias McLovin & PeachCandy & mjtheprincess & Gimme More
18th – OhDarlin & Fun2
19th – Cindi025 & Lady Smile
20th – ImaGodiva
21st – Enchantedkitty
22nd – Lucidity & hawaiian chick & Charlotte&Cody & QoI
23rd – Kaltir & AHubbyof2SexualMidns & Dominekoyasha & Miss Morphine
24th – Mwar & solitudinarian & tlemons & kurtster79 & Yvan the Dragon
25th – GS500 & The Lady of the Lab & JoshJosh123 & Big&Bald
26th – mysecretcollection & Genderfree & 4everpissedoff
27th – Kim! & spineyogurt & Midnightsun327 & Risque & caboose
28th – aliceinthehole & Freeport & Catullus
29th – LivingandLoving & LuLu-Pop & Finn Reaper
30th – Twisted Finger & bratofthekitties & Some Like It Hot
Something AWESOME in March’s History: On March 10, 1876, Alexander Graham Bell successfully tested his telephone device. The first successful transmission of voice was accidental. Bell spilled some acid and called out for Watson to come and help him. Watson heard Bell's request through the telephone instrument that they were working on. The first words spoken through a telephone? “Mr. Waston, come here. I want to see you.”