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27 Times Fortune Cookies Just Plain Failed

Look. We don't eat fortune cookies because they taste particularly great. Heck, sometimes we don't even eat fortune cookies after opening them. We really just want to read the message inside of these Chinese food treats, which is what makes the following fortunes so disappointing. As you're about to find out, they very clearly failed their excited reader at the time they were perused.
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