A Chinese Meal

Yesterday and I went to a chinese restaurant, after she got her hair cut and styled like a Charlie’s Angel. We ordered two hot and sour soups and a chicken chow fun, enjoying them both thoroughly. After the meal we got Chinese fortune cookies as is custom in most Chinese restaurants. Mine was delightfully odd for a fortune cookie Don’t expect romantic attachments to be strictly logical or rational!. Wow weird right? Not after I read ‘s…

Joys are often the shadows, cast by sorrows.

I think somebody is trying to tell us something.


2 responses to “A Chinese Meal”

  1. This all kinda depends on where your particular fortune cookie originated. Years ago I was a typesetter. One particular job was fortune cookie fortunes for a company in NYC. And well, I'll just say they were totally stupid and probably thot up while somebody was drunk and stoned and hi and well, I just wouldn't read Anything into them (as far as foreshadowing of life goes). The Charlie's Angels do sounds kewl tho.

  2. Diane's fortune is especially weird if you are playing the "in bed" game.

    Joys are often the shadowsm cast by sorrows in bed?

    Are they saying that joy is laying in bed, thinking baout bad sex of the past? Or are they saying that once one has truly bad sex, all other sex after that seems good, and that's a joyful thing?

    I'm sure the one-legged Russian lady from The Sopranos would be able to shed some light on this.