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Fortune Cookies

by Anne Middleton, on July 15th, 2015

We’ve all sat down after a filling Chinese dinner and mused over our fortune cookies.   Fun and occasionally oblique, fortune cookies almost always offer a glimpse into the Tao of the big picture and nifty lottery numbers if you choose to play.  Whether you’re looking for wisdom or a lucky break, wise up and use our codes to save on mobile service. 

Not the typical fortune cookie app, Daily Fortune Cookie by Epic American Apps in the Apple apps store puts your fortune cookie tidbit, against a scenic background.  You can react to it and share it and also submit a fortune if you like.  Next time you’re hankering for Chinese food, make your own creative take on the fortune you crack open tableside.   Crack open some savings using our codes from T-Mobile too.  Get $25 off your next purchase from T-Mobile, enough to order Chinese takeout for a few weeks for sure.

The fortune cookie as we know it may not have come directly from China.  Its antecedent actually may have emanated from 19th century Kyoto, Japan.  There is a Japanese temple tradition of random fortunes, called o-mikuji. The Japanese version of the cookie differs in several ways being a little bit larger, made of darker dough, with their batter containing sesame and miso rather than vanilla and butter. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to make a fortune cookie, now you can surprise yourself and discover how easy it can be just to make these awesome small packages of fun!  Fortune Cookie Maker app on Google Play will show you how!  We’re whipping up some savings from Verizon for you to afford that new Android device!

From one fortune cookie, “Cooking is easy.  Good taste is hard.  That’s why you call takeout.”  We say “Shopping is easy.  Saving is hard.  That’s why you use our codes.”  Fortune cookies can be enlightening or just lighten up your mood.  Regardless, you’ve got not only the lucky numbers but the lucky codes to save on mobile service from Verizon and T-Mobile!