Today we will focus solely on Capricorn and see what 2017 has in store for these feisty thinkers.
Capricorn’s in 2017 have a lot coming their way. The new year will be lots of time spent with your ruler Saturn. The New Year is going to be all about learning and acceptance. Pay close attention to those who are and have helped you in the past for they are going to be a huge impact this upcoming year. This is likely to be as you have helped them in the past. Do not worry about any negativity of others who expect something in return from their good deed towards you. People will come forth with their love and kindness and will help you get through all periods of any upcoming grief or tragedies. Be forewarned that you are not required to apologize for anyone’s negativity. However, if desired, this can break any negative karma. Step back and be the observer and not the reactor.
For all your good doings, you will be rewarded by the people you have helped and by the universe. Everyone you encounter and trust are in your life to always help you no matter what. Want to do something special? Why not create positive karma and give it to those who have helped you.
Once a Capricorn knows what it wants they pounce and go after it no matter what. Be it a promotion, a love interest, or simply just a new entrance in your life. You will be relied on by friends and family to hold them up during any hard times. There is nothing stopping a Capricorn.
During the years, you have gone to great strides to achieve your dreams and goals and you were indeed successful. You could have ruined many a friendship or even relationship but you kept to yourself and are in process of being rewarded by the universe and loved ones who surround you. Though you have gone through some heave emotional trauma, the year has been a very emotional “roller coaster”. Not to worry though sweet Capricorns for if you have failed anyone or anything you can still pick up the pieces and mend the damage. You have it in you to do so without being pig headed.
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Hi, Smeeters! Our lottery is coming to end, but you can keep on winning ballots until the end of today, January 6th! On Saturday we’ll publish all the updated ballots, and on January 8th our veteran entertainer Caribay will help us to do the big raffle, together with all the staff of the lottery. The raffle will be on air in the Latin server, but we’ll have DJ Alex representing EN server.
We’ll do the raffle with a random number generator, where our dear Caribay will generate the winners and show them on screen. It’s all luck! The results will be published on the Blog when the raffle is finished.
All the staff members want to be the ones who give the winner ballots, but we won’t know until Sunday, so we are as nervous as you!
Currently, we have more than 5000 ballots. One more year, we have surpassed the last lottery, and this year we even have better prizes.
The event will be in the public room Union Square, in Latin server. The times are:
You can calculate the hour in your zone in this page.
Come on, hurry up and win your last ballots, the raffle is coming. Good luck, Smeeters!
Why do we make new year’s resolutions?
First of all, let me tell you all a definition of a new year’s resolution: according to Wikipedia: “A New Year’s resolution is a tradition most common in the Western Hemisphere, but also found in the Eastern Hemisphere, in which a person makes a promise to do an act of self-improvement or something slightly nice, such as opening doors for people beginning from New Year’s day.” Regardless of what resolution you commit to, the goal is to improve life in the coming year. Resolutions come in many forms. Some people make a promise to change a bad habit, such as quit smoking or drinking alcohol or eating less junk food. Other people make a promise to develop a positive habit, such as starting an exercise program, to lose weight, volunteering in their community or for Smeet, or recycling more. Also, a new year’s resolution is a decision to do or not to something in order to accomplish a personal goal or break a bad habit.
I discovered and would like to share an interesting titbit on the history of new year’s resolutions, that I bet a lot or the majority of peoples do not know – I did not know this, until I did my research on this topic. The tradition of new year’s resolution dates all the way back to 153 B.C. January is named after Janus, a mythical god of early Rome. Janus had two faces-----one looking forward, one looking backward. This allowed him to look back on the past and forward toward the future. On December 31st, the Romans imagined Janus looking backward into the old years and forward into the new year. This became a symbolic time for Romans to make resolutions for the new year and FORGIVE enemies for troubles in the past. The Romans also believed Janus could FORGIVE them for their wrong doings in the previous year. The Romans would give gifts and make promises, believing Janus would see this and bless them in the year ahead. And thus, the new year’s resolution was born!
Now with all that being said, why do we make new year’s resolutions? According to Margarita Tantakovsky, M.S.: “It’s well known that new year’s resolutions don’t have a high success rate. While many people opt to ditch the annual goal-setting event; about 40 – 45 per cent of American adults set at least one resolution come new year’s. Unfortunately, for many, by mid-January or February, the majority of us have abandoned our goals altogether. So why, do we continue to make resolutions every year even though so few of us follow through?
The beginning of the year offers a fresh start and a clean slate according to Nona Jordan, a women’s business coach. The idea of bettering ourselves is another motivator. Also, it may have something to do with tradition. According to Nona Jordan: “Wanting to make resolutions is a good thing. The fact that people keep making resolutions even when they don’t always follow through ultimately means that they have HOPE and a certain level of belief in their ability to change and be more of who they really want to be.”
Some research confirms that setting a resolution can get you closer to your goals. One study found that 46 per cent of individuals who made resolutions were successful compared to 4 per cent who wanted to achieve a certain goal and considered it, but did NOT actually create a resolution. (Quoted from: Pysch Central – Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.)
Hope all this information I have provided above will motivate you all to continue to make new year’s resolutions, and the key thing is: never give up on them. Try to follow through on every single one and then you will definitely experience a great sense of accomplishment and pride in yourself. Then set the scale for your goals higher for the next year’s resolutions. Nothing is impossible, if we focus, have determination, perseverance and the desire to succeed at your set short term and long term goals. Try it! You have nothing to lose and so much to gain and achieve much joy and happiness and pride in yourself for your accomplishments.
So until we meet again, have a super blessed New Year of 2017 from all of us at Smeet and may you all be blessed with ALL good things in every single area of your lives as we go forward with a new attitude and focus for a most wonderful New Year of 2017!!
Always keep smiling, keep dancing and keep meeting new people on Smeet at our awesome events specifically produced for all Smeeters to meet new people, make new friends and just enjoy the great music and have tons of fun! To find our events, click on the calendar icon on the bottom of your computer screen and be sure to check daily. Always remember to love one another. <3
If you see me around on Smeet, please say hi and if you have any questions about relationships or any kind of questions or articles you would like to read in our En server blog, please do not hesitate to message me in private and I will be sure to answer your questions or contemplate publishing any topics we decide that would be of interest to all Smeeters. Happy Blessed New Year of 2017 to all of you!!
SAYURI, EN Smeet Journalist, ID#13520497
To some of you, this may be a familiar scenario. Mentioning no names...
You get up after an intense party night, just like the superb New Year's party you gave last week. Your head is buzzing like a beehive and you try to remember why you woke up in the bathtub...too much of Uncle Harry's 'special recipe' carrot juice, perhaps. You sway out of the bathroom and finally manage to open your eyes properly!
You close your eyes again, hoping you are still lying in your bathtub and just having a bad dream! Alas, no, you slowly open your eyes again and see the horrible reality:
YOUR ROOM IS A MESS! And your parents will be back TODAY!
First things first, you gotta get some energy for the big clean-up. Nothing works without coffee! While you drink your first cup you think of a strategy to tidy up all the mess. You take a look at the floor. It ain't nice. But you need to clean the it first, after that you can move on to the kitchen, the desk, the table and the wall.
While you are scanning the room and all the mess, more memories start to come back. Harry's carrot juice has this reputation for a reason...did you go streaking last night…? Oh dear! Suddenly you hear a loud noise, someone is snoring! You take a closer look at your bed! Aha…here is the reason you slept in the bathtub! But who the hell is it?? He or she has to leave, ASAP….
Sort yourselves out, Smeeters, put on some good music and get to work! ;-)
Hey again all, it’s WillKane. Years ago, after a series of unfortunate decisions at important events, I decided to make a family holiday especially awkward. I was home from college, proud of straight Bs for this semester (for I is priorly unedumacated). I waited for the right moment to tell my ma without all my relatives overhearing, but she was slaving away in the kitchen as usual. Suddenly, I was at the dinner table, being offered the white meat of choice, my little cousin staring at me as if to say “What’s the hold up, bub?” I couldn’t hold it in any longer. I blurted out, “Basty, basty, five-dollar. Me baste it long time. And by the way, I’m rando-sexual.”
I define rando-sexual as “uttering random, often made-up phrases or doing random things with innuendo to compensate for boredom, lack of a life, or being impotent.” (from Urban Dictionary, really, google it) It all started freshman year when I pledged for the astrophysics fraternity on campus, Sigma Sixy Beta-bag. After the usual hazing by being repeatedly compared to mere engineering majors, I was given the unenviable task of hiring a private dancer for the frat’s end-of-semester kegger. But I forgot to administer the mandatory IQ test to her to determine if she in fact had a triple-digit IQ, so I didn’t get accepted. When I decided to try again next semester, I brought on a group of female nursing home residents who had passed said IQ test for the next kegger to dance for the frat. And with their walkers and wheelchairs, those ladies danced at the speed of Amish buggy, while a bunch of super-smart virgins dared to get to second base that evening before they predictably wussed out.
There was one dancer in particular that my frat brother really took a fancy to, and when she passed, he asked me to do the eulogy. “Grandma Raisinteetz was a special lady whose kegger I enjoyed tapping...at the party. She was a small-featured woman with great dance moves, a greater heart, and the greatest personality showing through her paper bagged face. I thoroughly enjoyed our special after-party back at “the home”, where she taught me a new form of healing: analgesic intro-course, an introduction to the art of inserting ointments. The analgesic intro-course felt like Seren the way I filled her with ointment, like a unicorn slaying a rainbow with its enormous...horn. And she was very adventurous. After I happily changed her aromatic bedpan, she yearned for a titillating sponge bath, the kind only spoken of in geriatric romance novels...” “Enough!” said my frat brother, just before he asked me to leave the drive-thru funeral home. “You’re holding up the procession, bro.”
I was so distraught from the death of my short but passionate love that I decided to become a priest without the long years of seminary. Instead, I studied to be a Dudeist priest, an ordained minister of The Church of the Latter-Day Dude. And by dude, I got it man. I got that loser Steve to mark a zero frame instead of an eight frame, and I didn’t need a bang item to do it with either. I got that old man to admit he could walk, until I found out he couldn’t, when he didn’t get up off the floor after he fell, with my help. I showed Larry’s $40000 car a good time with Mr. Crowbar, until I found out it wasn’t his, even though I knew Larry had the million bucks all along, until I found out the briefcase was empty. My name is Walter, and I fought in ‘Nam, man. Did you know that man is spelled Nam backwards? Rest in peace, Donnie, who loved bowling. I love you, Dude (even if it sounds un-Dude).
That’s my rando-sexual story. I don’t just define rando-sexual. I live rando-sexual. And yea, I really am an ordained Dudeist priest, man. Message me on Facebook as Jonathan Sullenberger, or on Smeet ID 24453995, for my link to my certificate. For free, I’ll fake Facebook-marry any Smeet couple at my earliest convenience, with a marriage certificate as official as my little laptop software can make it. Also for free, I’ll even fake Facebook-divorce the both of you at my earliest convenience, with a spelled-out agreement of division of all fake marital assets, fake marital estate and custody of fake children and pets, along with a decree of divorce, again as official as my little laptop software can make it.
Anyway, please check out my next party after New Year’s (details TBA). Also, to win a free interview with me to be published on this here EN Smeet blog early next year (no permabanned Smeeters or alts), here is your question to answer:
What was the name of the dancer that I eulogized?
The first Smeeter to answer the above question wins the interview. The second-place Smeeter wins 10 ballots for Joscri’s Smeet lottery drawing to be held January 8. Third place wins 5 ballots for the same lottery, and all other Smeeters after that win 3 ballots. For details on this lottery, please see this link:
Happy holidays, have fun and happy Smeeting!
P.S. If you wanna pull your knickers over your head and hibernate after reading this article, I totally understand, MissyFab.