Welcome to the Birthday Club’s third year, fifth 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 since they are done in sets of years, but there are 12 of them! Perfect! Are you excited yet? Get ready, set, LEARN!
Sign – Dragon
Justly named, the Dragon is known as the mightiest of the signs. This sign is characterized as embodying dominance and ambition. Dragons march to the beat of their own drum and make their own rules in life. They are most successful when working alone. They are fiercely driven, unafraid of taking risks, and handle challenges well. And their energies are usually rewarded. They have passion and zeal in spades and they do things in grand fashion. Unfortunately, such enthusiasm can result in exhaustion. Or worse, the dragons may be left unfulfilled after such impressive effort. Though this sign rarely asks for help for themselves, they are usually very willing to help others who ask. Because of the dragons’ impressive control, success, and fervor people tend to be attracted to them. Partners just need to be aware of the dragons’ loner tendencies.
Dragons are most compatible with the Monkey and Rat and are incompatible with the Ox and Goat.
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 Dragon – 1940 and 2000
Water Dragon – 1952 and 2012
Wood Dragon – 1904 and 1964
Fire Dragon – 1916 and 1976
Earth Dragon – 1928 and 1988
“We can complain that rose bushes have thorns, or we can rejoice that thorn bushes have roses.”
Let’s wish these 113 contributors a happy birthday!
Happy Birthday, all May babies!!!
1st – staceejaxxx & Pixel & FruityCloudPuff & etoileknight
2nd – lalablahblahdor & fsmftwbbq1 & MrsHouseWife & Jdear
3rd – Vanille & ginas & Jmex83 & DiscretionAdvised & Herzer & Silverwinds & LeatherandLace
4th – RubyThirteen & Apirka & MzGreenEyedLady & sandnvb
5th – Petite Valentine & RainbowDreams & SummerJ & Dustin LaBorde
6th – CassandraL & Callisto & zz1aag & SassyGirl & 702zombie & Zauna
7th – bzzingbee & panthercat23 & thesexiebunnie
8th – berrycherry
9th – LikeSunshineDust & zimmey & TheCoz & froggiemoma
10th – sekmetrn & dunberberberlee & Hermosura21 & TeaganChase
11th – RubenesqueAna & SJ88
12th – js250 & itsjztme & surreptitious & sweet bella
13th – mrs.mckrakn & Katelyn & shySEXXaddict & Kallina
14th – redvinylkitty & jasrose & Positwist & MamaDivine & Mistress Dragon
15th – Sthr & ladychristie & tortilla
16th – FleurFatale & nicky51679 & TexasBrat & Britt&Rich & LittleMissMeow
17th – NawlinsDawlin & liljeepr & bratcat
18th – J's Alley & Sir & GetFuqt & Zero-kun & sexygoddess & caligaliber
19th – MistressDandelion & gorgeous
20th – Majnara
21st – Jesibel & bluekaren & Ex-prude & kennycake & invisiblehat & MistressMisa
22nd – Kat Shanahan & dv8
23rd – Batty Harlot & M.O.'s Girl & skeeterlynn
24th – Sex Positivity & Leather & Lace & MetalAndInkk
25th – Lindz86 & Aziajs
27th – cherryredhead88 & BluePixi & Interesante & BoobCopter & RickLaw
28th – wrecklesswords & woofcub
29th – RavenWolf88 & MsRigby & quackbuster
30th – Daakshi & Sera26 & Mihoshi4301 & charmedtomeetyou & Bushdog & redwolf & Kristi & nickeyt
31st – Bambi Ortiz & Adriana Ravenlust & hhh
Something AWESOME in May’s History:
On May 21, 1881, the American Red Cross was founded by Clara Barton. Today, the organization provides volunteer disaster relief in the U.S. and abroad. As an example of the amazing work its done, here is an excerpt of their assistance during WWII: “We enrolled more than 104,000 nurses for military service, prepared 27 million packages for American and Allied prisoners of war, and shipped over 300,000 tons of supplies overseas. At the military’s request, the Red Cross also initiated a national blood program that collected 13.3 million pints of blood for use by the armed forces.”