The latest gimmick for Twitter addicts are Twitter Fortune Cookies!
The cookies look and taste like the traditional Chinese cookies, only the fortunes inside them are based on real Twitter updates from actual users.
"In other news: things without a schedule cannot be 'late.' Unless the Queen is providing you secret schedules through the radio," one cookie says.
"Umlauts are grillz for vowels," another says.
While the Flickr user who posted the image says they'll be available in stores as of September, another Flickr user, ldandersen, commented, "Dude--they actually *have* these at the Twitter offices! In their kitchen, they have a jar of fortune cookies with tweets in them!"
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