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A True New Year's StoryIt's semi traditional for us to have Chinese food on New Year's Day, so my wife and I went out for a great lil' meal of salt & pepper squid and fried tofu cubes in sesame sauce. Of course, after any Chinese restaurant meal, out come the fortune cookies. Ours were wrapped in cellophane plastic.A True New Year's Story by RobCaswell
My wife grabbed her cookie's bag and pulled from the edges to open it, as she often does. But instead of a controlled release she used too much pressure. As we watched the cookie shot out of the bag, described a beautiful arc eighteen inches above the table top, and landed square in the middle of my water glass with the grace of a gymnast dismount. Nothin' but net!
We stared at each other in surprise for a second, then burst out laughing. I liberated the cookie from its watery landing pad and handed it back to her. She opened the now soggy treat, pulled out the fortune, read it, and erupted with a new round of laughter, tears now forming in her eyes. She handed me the fortune and