1. Always end fortunes with "in bed". Your fortune should read: "There is a prospect of a thrilling time ahead for you in bed." That’s a pretty good one there Gee-off, I think you missed your opportunity last night though!

  2. Well, ya big dummy, since I noted it was a fortune cookie, the "in bed" was a given, an exercise left for the interested student, if you will.

    The irony of the timing of me getting that fortune yesterday is not lost on me, Twatter.

  3. Kiss my big white ass! Since today is Tuesday, and you posted this today and didn’t say you got the fortune cookie yesterday, I thought you got it today! Giznoff!

  4. Ummmm, no. It’s bad enough that I have to look at Blake’s. Of course, I also posted this at 10:23, and you know what I had to eat for breakfast this morning [probably the same thing you ate, leftover pizza from last night] because you were sitting there.

    Aw hell, it’s not worth trying to tweak you any further, eh? You’re goofy enough as it is without me needling you.

  5. But are you sure you want that fortune cookie to come true? – thrilling doesn’t necessarily mean "good". The Chinese proverb "May you live in interesting times" was meant as a curse.

    (yeah, somehow this *does* feel like the kind of thing I could write about at only 4:30 am…)

  6. My recent visit to a Chinese buffet ended with this from a fortune cookie…

    "Someone is interested in you. Keep your eyes open."

    Depending on the situation, why would you keep your eyes open in bed? Think about it.

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