Customer complaints mean fortune cookies are getting a lot more boring2/11/2013
If you crack open a fortune cookie and it just says "Censored," you can thank several overprotective parents. Wonton Food, the company that stuffs those paper strips into a reported 5 million cookies a day, says it has had to tone down some of its fortunes after receiving complaints. "We want to put messages inside our cookies that don't upset a single person," said one Wonton VP. "Messages have to be rated G." So lines like "The evening promises romantic interest" are out, replaced by the boring-sounding "You make every day special." But we can still add "In bed," right? [Source]
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What fortune would you write for the folks who complained?