I beg to differ. The elements of the Dragon are Water and Earth. Even if you say the Dragon has no "wings" it still has flippers for both aerial and water diving.Dragons don't have propellers, either.
I'll take that answer as a hard "no". You're not aware.Ok. It's pretty obvious to me you are just here for a laugh. Carry on.
Well I didn't expect thing to go like this:DK is himself a train wreck, so what did we expect?
Basically.Well I didn't expect thing to go like this:
Me: Lets talk about DK.
You: Nah lets talk about Chinese dragons and their wings.
Wang: Chinese dragons don't have wing
Zeppelins, propellers, mysticism.... blah, blah, blah. lol. That is so funny to me because we all know DK is trying to be relevant, but DK barely made 3 pages in this post and that says a lot a bout what most really think lol. Not even worth the "digital ink".
I dint' have enough foresight. I should have just started with "Chinese dragons and their small wings. That's why they can't fly straight." lol
? Way above my headBasically.
According to my notes: "It (the dragon) is everywhere, but never seen in full by the Eyes of Men.
You must place emphasis on the ideas and theories of the mythology and not so much on the physical strength...attempts to imitate or recite the spirit of the Dragon will prove futile".