Wise Words

I’ve accumulated a rather large collection of odd fortunes from chinese fortune cookies, so I thought I would share them with you. These are real fortunes that I received in restaurants.

  • Every truly great accomplishment is at first impossible
  • Financial hardship in your life is coming to an end. Enjoy!
  • Keep on charging the enemy so long as there is life.
  • Digital circuits are made from analog parts.
  • Someone from your past has returned to steal your heart.
  • Be cautious while walking in darkness alone.
  • Fortune said a palm can say a lot, especially when it smacks you.
  • Your success will astonish everyone.
  • Someone will invite you to a Karaoke party.
  • The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that extra.
  • A depression is when you lose yours.
  • Depend on the predictability and steadiness of life to support you!
  • Here we go. Low fat, whole wheat green tea.
  • You’ll accomplish more later if you have a little fun this weekend.
  • It takes all sorts to make up the world.
  • Keep your plans secret for now.
  • There is a good chance of a romantic encounter soon.
  • There is a prospect of a thrilling time ahead for you.
  • If your cookie is in 3 pieces, the answer is no. (The cookie WAS broken)
  • You will inherit a large sum of money.
  • You love Chinese food.
  • Next time, order the shrimp.
  • You love sports, horses and gambling but not to excess.
  • May you grow rich.
  • If you love something, set it free.. if it returns, keep it and love it forever.
  • Made in the USA
  • You’re transforming yourself into someone who is certain to succeed.
  • Conquer your fears. Otherwise, your fears will conquer you.
  • Good luck is often with the man who doesn’t include it in his plans.
  • Life enrich from seeking, not from sitting.
  • A danger forseen is half avoided.
  • Relationships is like fingers of you hand. “One” cannot do much.
  • Loser’s visualize the penalties of failure. Winners visualize the rewards of success.
  • It’s good that life is not as serious as it seems to the waiter.
  • When more becomes too much. It’s same as being not enough.
  • A real friend asks to spend time with you, not money.
  • You will be singled out for promotion.
  • Accept the next proposition you hear.
  • A new wardrobe brings great joy and change to your life.

And there you have it, wise advice from the cookie sages…

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