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Funny story: China Is Outsourcing Its Fortune Cookie Business To The United States

China Is Outsourcing Its Fortune Cookie Business To The United States

HONG KONG, China - The Chinese Republic has just issued a news statement that it has worked out a deal with the United States. The deal calls for the USA to take over the production of 92 percent of China's fortune cookie manufacturing. China's...
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Funny story: Justin Bieber Explains His Unusual Fetish

Justin Bieber Explains His Unusual Fetish

HOLLYWOOD HILLS - Justin Bieber appeared on The Viagra View and he revealed to co-hosts Larry King and Regis Philbin that he has a rather strange fetish. The 19-year-old said that he has never told anyone but he has a strong addiction to Chinese f...
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Funny story: Chinatown's Latest Fortune Cookie Messages

Chinatown's Latest Fortune Cookie Messages

The Fortunate Sun Fortune Cookie Company of Chinatown, in honor of The Chinese New Year, has just released its latest fortune cookie messages for 2011. Hu Hu How, chief fortune cookie message writer, was born and raised in China. He attended the prestigious Chopsticks University in Shanghai where he met and married Suzi Yo Fung Chin, heiress to the Republican Rickshaw Company of Peking, China.
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Funny story: Man Files Defamation Lawsuit After Receiving Libelous Fortune Cookie at Chinese Restaurant

Man Files Defamation Lawsuit After Receiving Libelous Fortune Cookie at Chinese Restaurant

Samuel Guthry was dining with friends at a Chinese restaurant in Gooseberry, Kentucky when an otherwise perfect evening suddenly turned into the most humiliating moment of Guthry's life. "We were going around the table reading our fortune cookies,...
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Funny story: Popular fortune cookie worker found dead

Popular fortune cookie worker found dead

During a sunrise raid by the US immigration office, agents discovered a dead body in the OK fortune cookie plant. According to reports he had apparently been trapped for years and had sent thousands of messages for help. Tragically the "Help I am...
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Funny story: The Latest Fortune Cookie Messages

The Latest Fortune Cookie Messages

SAN FRANCISCO, California - Every year The Fortunate Sun Fortune Cookie Message Company of Chinatown produces thousands of paper messages that are then placed inside of fortune cookies. These cookies are then distributed to Chinese food restaurants throughout America. This year, as in years past, The Fortunate Sun Fortune Cookie Message Company would like to recognize its three top customers.
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Funny story: Confucius (China's Original Punster)

Confucius (China's Original Punster)

Confucius one of the greatest Chinese thinkers and social philosphers of all time had literally thousands of sayings. One of his better known is "The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying small stones." Noted Australian writer and famed koa...
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Funny story: Cardiologist Sues Largest U.S. Fortune Cookie Company for Failure to Provide Fortunes!

Cardiologist Sues Largest U.S. Fortune Cookie Company for Failure to Provide Fortunes!

A San Francisco, California cardiologist is suing the major company supplying fortune cookies to 80% of the U.S. Chinese restaurants.
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