Thursday, January 21, 2010

Fortunately - or not

Why do I keep these thing? Maybe because it's it's so much fun when I reach into my desk drawer and find a random fortune. These two came from my desk drawer at school.

You are very optimistic and your plans usually succeed. No lucky numbers. How can my plans for becoming a millionaire succeed without lucky lottery numbers?

#3, 23, 32, 40, 41, 46. A small lucky package is on its way to you soon. I have a few books ordered from I enjoy these packages, but I don't know about "lucky."

Last week Chuck and I both ordered Chinese take-out food at our respective workplaces and brought home our leftovers and our fortunes.

My fortune: #10, 21, 32, 37, 40, 44. You will soon embark on a business venture.
It doesn't say I'll be successful. I hope it's going to be a good one.

Chuck's fortune: #3, 13, 32, 33, 40, 43. Your lucky number for the week is seven.


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Blogger Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

I used to save those too---WHY??? They're as generic and meaningless as horoscopes.

1/21/2010 10:14 AM  
Blogger Flea said...

Bwahahaha! I love those things, but they usually wind up covered in soy or duck sauce before the meal is over.

1/21/2010 10:41 AM  
Blogger Garden Chick said...

The night before I broke my ankle in Las Vegas, I found a fortune from a cookie that said "Accept the next proposition you hear." I thought it was a joke after my accident, like, yeah suuuuure. Guess what, breaking that ankle changed the course of my life. I accepted the next proposition I heard and am happier than I've ever been in my entire life!

It worked! :-) Thank God for broken ankles and fortune cookies! AND for what they bring our way!

1/23/2010 12:02 PM  
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