Saturday, March 12, 2011

Fortune cookie

The other day some friends and I went to lunch at the local Chinese restaurant.  After the meal I opened my fortune cookie...it was empty.

10 comments:

Clipped Wings said...

Oh, that is so sad...but the longer I am thinking about it, it is a little funny. So sorry.

bettyl said...

LOL

SherilinR said...

you have no future? bummer, dude.

Misfit in Paradise said...

No reason to buy a lottery ticket I guess.

Kipp said...

Clipped - the more I think of it the funnier it gets. It confirms I have named my blog correctly. =)

bettyl - my sentiments as well. thanks

Sherilin - tell me about it.

Misfit - it would be a waste of a dollar.

Bids a question to you all...have you ever saved a fortune from a fortune a cookie? If so, what did say?

Donna Perugini said...

For my son's 5th grade we made fortune cookies with his own fortunes put in them...
it was an assortment of 5th grader humor.

I've never opened a fortune cookie where the fortune could tell me anything that made the piece of paper worth keeping.

SherilinR said...

there were 2 times when my kid opened a fortune cookie & it was like it was truly meant for her. can't remember what they said now, even though i kept them both, because i tucked them into my wallet, which was stolen.

Misfit in Paradise said...

I received one in NYC that said, "You will marry your present lover and be happy." I still have the fortune and the lover has been my husband now for the last 24 years.

PAMO said...

The lady at the cookie factory does that on purpose. She laughs as she imagines the look on the face of the patron waiting for their fortune. "No fortune for you today. Bahahaha!"

Kipp, I finally responded to your blog award from all those weeks ago. You can see it on my latest post at the bottom. Thanks again!

Kipp said...

Donna - what a great party idea!
I love 5th grade humor...knock knock jokes, booger jokes, why did the chicken cross the road jokes. =)

Sherilin - sounds like it's time for you guys to get some Chinese take out.

Misfit - 24 years, good for y'all! Longevity in marriage is quickly become a rarity.

PAMO - that reaction would look good in one of your cartoons. =)
Your words about me are very kind; thank you.