In the heart of Seattle’s
Chinatown International District there is a small bakery called Tsue Chong Noodle Company. Founded by Louie Gar Hip in 1917, it is most famous for its delicious fortune cookies. You know you have a Tsue Chong fortune cookie if the fortune has a rose on the left side (like those shown below).
You can purchase a bag of about 60 fortune cookies for less than two-and-a-half bucks, which is precisely what I did a few days ago. Since then, we’ve been having a blast playing the fortune cookie game, in which you simply add “in bed” to the end of your fortune. A selection of the immensely humorous results is shown below. It’s amazing how two words can completely change the meaning of a sentence.
UPDATE: It seems there is a problem with the "extra large" picture embedding, so if you cannot see the image below, here is a link directly to the image itself. I sincerely hope VOX fixes this bug soon.