Sunday, August 31, 2008


The pleasure of what we enjoy is lost by wanting more.

So very true. I think. But for me, the irony lies in this very true saying about appreciating what you have--and not succumbing to greed--by following it with the lucky numbers that you can play in the lotto. Talk about hypocrisy.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Watch out, cowardly lion!

Your courage will guide your future.

For whatever reason, I thought it apt to use my winged monkey sculpture with this fortune.

And, if you think about it, the choices that we make are ones that tend to be brave. I think the only cowardly decision one can make is to abstain from making one--and letting others or other circumstances decide what happens next. It could be that the scariest thing is the result of that decision, but sometimes, when you make a choice--it could lead to better things--sometimes worse things (if you're going to be a pessimist). But in the immortal words of Robert Frost:

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I --
I took the one less travelled by,
and that has made all the difference.

Sunday, August 17, 2008


The social scene can be fun today.

You mean, it wasn't fun already?

In that case--let's party!

But before we do, do you have any tips on how it can be fun today?

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Sunday, August 10, 2008


You will experience small success, especially in romance.

That's good to know. Like, what kind of success? A kiss? A nice dinner? Some jewelry, perhaps?

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Friday, August 8, 2008

Q & A

Always the more beautiful answer who asks a more beautiful question.

Question: Did a philosophy professor write this? Do they hire philosophy majors and professors to work at fortune cookie writing companies? Why is my fortune so esoteric? Are those numbers really that lucky?
And is anyone else disturbed by the fact that answers now have the ability to ask questions?

Friday, August 1, 2008


Some change of glamor and excitement is coming to you.

It's sad to say that I have a hard time with this, because I keep wanting to say the word "glamor" is spelled wrong (indeed, I had to look it up online just to be sure). Thanks a lot, Glamour magazine.
I don't mind glamor (glamour) though. Or excitement.