The 12 months of the Possum | Employees/Visitor Columns

The 12 months of the Possum | Employees/Visitor Columns

Based on my in depth analysis (roughly 5 minutes on Google once I ought to have been folding underwear), the Chinese language zodiac system assigns an animal image to every 12 months. It’s believed that individuals born in a given 12 months have the persona of that 12 months’s animal. For instance, based mostly on the placemats at my favourite Chinese language buffet, I used to be born within the 12 months of the Canine, which suggests I’m loyal, trustworthy and troublesome to housebreak.

Though it has completely nothing to do with the Chinese language zodiac system, I’m hereby declaring this 12 months to be the 12 months of the Possum! The frequent possum (often known as the “opossum,” “roadkill” or “hissing rat-kitty”) is definitely a marsupial, that means that when possums really feel threatened, they hiss with a robust Australian accent. They vaguely resemble a small home cat who spent a drunken night time in town with a set of malfunctioning Norelco clippers.

Copyright 2023 Jase Graves distributed completely by Cagle Cartoons newspaper syndicate. Graves is an award-winning humor columnist from East Texas. His columns have been featured in Texas Escapes journal, The Shreveport Occasions, The Longview Information Journal, and The Kilgore Information Herald. Contact Graves at susanjase@sbcglobal.web.

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