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What You'll Get
Over the years, the Chinese fortune cookie has become so dry and tasteless that many diners prefer to eat the fortune instead. Today's game-changing Groupon delivers a reversal of fortune (cookie): for $15, you get $35 worth of gourmet fortune cookies and personalized fortunes from Fancy Fortune Cookies. You can buy as many Groupons as you want but may only use one per order.
Having baked its delicate desserts of destiny for the celebrity likes of Oprah, Jackie Chan, and others, Fancy Fortune Cookies offers a handsome array of crack-openable creations like the chocolate-covered-raspberry fortune cookie ($1.15 each), chocolate-covered cookie ($1.10 each), and cherry-flavored cookie ($0.65 each). You can also make yourself feel tiny by ordering one-pound gigantic fortune cookies ($29.95+) and much more. Check out Fancy Fortune Cookies' larger-than-normal-fortune-cookie-sized selection of flavors here.
Best of all, you can customize your own fortunes in a variety of languages (including French, Spanish, and even Arabic, which likes to end its fortunes with "inshallah" rather than "in bed"). Besides doling out pithy prophecies, lines of love, and Dadaist declarations, you can also use your fortunes to promote your death-metal band or your new pushcart business.
Whether your wedding warrants a cool party-favor idea or you just want to mess with the head of your next blind date, Fancy Fortune Cookies pumps new life and an extra "s" into "desssert." Bulk custom fortune cookies have a minimum of 50 pieces per flavor. Giant fortune cookies, gift tins, and other non-custom items can be ordered individually.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per order. Not valid until 12/27/10 at 12 PM. . No cash back. Shipping not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.