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  • (In the living room)

  • Help yourself to some fortune cookies.

  • Have you ever tried them before?

  • No, I haven't.

  • Really?

  • They're very popular and have been in the USA since the early 1900s.

  • That's right.

  • They've been an important part of American food culture for a long time.

  • Here, break one and try it.

  • What's this small piece of paper inside?

  • Oh, that's your fortune.

  • Go on! Read it.

  • It says, “You've already gone through the worst part of your life.”

  • Wow! How did the cookie know that?

  • My sentence says, “All roads lead to Rome.”

  • Why did the cookie say that?

  • I've never been to Rome.

  • Come on, Peter. This is fun.

  • Are there any more fortunes?

  • Sure, but you'll have to eat up all the cookies first.

  • That shouldn't be a problem because I haven't had lunch yet.

(In the living room)

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    Jerry posted on 2017/08/16
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