No I think that it is so bad for a five year old boy.
Turns out the mods said that it should come out this year or in 2010! =D
there aren't very many that are apropriatte for 5-year-olds, so you should try getting them a handheld called a leapster.
Look at the ESRB rating on the case and decide for yourself.
It was theses chinese couple and they were celebrating there birthday and there birtheday is January they celebrate it for 15 days then they both looked at each other and thought we should make a chinese holiday and the came up with chinese new year and thats how they made chinese new year
her birthday is on Chinese New Year.
No but the Chinese New Year should be capitalized. It should be ---- the Chinese New Year is a happy holiday.
This is because it is the day they're grandpa died it is very sad to think about.
he had a birthday in between the 2 yrsIt means Sarah's grandpa is 73 years old now and he was 72 years old last year and he is going to be 74 on his next birthday.that is right dude or chick.
Usually Chinese New Year is last for 15 days,but public holiday is for 1st and 2nd day of Chinese New Year only. The 9th day of Chinese New Year is the most celebrated among Chinese in Penang and Johore as birthday of "Tian Gong"
Buon compleanno, Nonno is an Italian equivalent of 'Happy Birthday, Grandpa'. In the word by word translation, the masculine adjective 'buono' means 'good'. The masculine gender noun 'compleanno' means 'year'. The masculine gender noun 'nonno' means 'grandfather, grandpa'. The phrase is pronounced 'bwohn kohm-play-AHN-noh NOHN-noh'.
If you have their birthday (and the year too) you can go to http://onlinechineseastrology.com/ to check it
If your birthdate is June 17, 1995 you were born in the Year of the Pig.
christmas, chanukah, aid, new year, chinese new year, buda's birthday
yeaa, you should. people like it when they can remember what year that birthday was...
wait for her next birthday