I'm astonished that I didn't see this coming, but today at lunch my colleague David got a very special fortune cookie.
He had just been talking about the crappy fortune cookie he'd received this past weekend, something that said "Saturdays are a good day for errands." Whatever. Not that big of a deal, but he felt it was a lousy fortune and was hoping that he would get something better.
So, he opened up his fortune cookie here at work today and it read:
"ENJOYING MANY FRIENDS ON THE BUS IS BETTER THAN BEING LONELY IN YOUR CAR."
Now, that's a dumb fortune to begin with and completely not true. Everyone know that bus people are weird, freaky, and smell like pee. But, what's really amazing about all of this is what it said on the back of the fortune. The back read:
"Commute Wisely www.presidio.gov/commute"
It was SPAM! He got a SPAM fortune cookie! How did I not see the SPAM potential in fortune cookies before? How far away are we from cracking open a cookie and reading:
"shame of sex? we can change it Cialis.com is the answer"
It's a dark day for desserts.