Friday, September 17, 2010

Happy Constitution Day! (Friday's Fortunes and Not-a-Fortunes)

The Constitution of the United States of America was signed 223 years ago today. This is not at all related to today's post. I'm just getting tired of titling my Friday posts "Friday's Fortunes and Not-a-Fortunes." So there you go. Now you know that September 17th is Constitution Day in America. Don't tell me Not-a-Fortune isn't educational!

This week's round-up is quite diverse. I'll begin with this graphic, shared with me by the divine @scarletscribe:
It's from I'm Ben Warheit, a tumblr blog.

Another actual fortune, also shared with me via twitter:

"A bold and dashing adventure is in your future."

I hope @Streetlights94 tells me all about her adventures, whenever they happen!

My stylish friend LT (who's now on twitter - yay! - follow her @LTsaywhat) and her hubby had dinner at Chinatown in Westlake (Austin, Texas) last week and she sent me their fortunes. That's right- they both received actual fortunes.

Hers: "A cheerful message is on its way to you."

His: "Plan for many pleasures ahead."
(As LT noted, her husband's fortune "was just too easy in the dirty joke department.")

I received an actual fortune this week, too: 

"You will have an exciting business adventure."

This led my friend @amydaugustine to comment, "Please tell me you're not going to add the traditional 'in bed' to the end of that one..." Again, it's just too easy.

I'll wrap up today's post with the ONLY NOT-A-FORTUNE of the bunch, from Boogrock:

"Minutes are worth than money. Spend them wisely."
And speaking of minutes, if you have an extra one or two, go to http://www.ktfm.com/Boogie/8127558 and vote for him to be the new co-host of San Antonio's 94.1 KTFM.

That's all for this week. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this post. Have a great weekend and
  HAPPY CONSTITUTION DAY!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for quoting my fortune; I feel so honored. Once I have my bold and dashing adventure I will be sure to share!

    (PS the security letters I had to spell were "dubigud" which, phonetically sounds out "do be good". How can I have a bold and dashing adventure while being good?!)

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