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What WILL the psychotic overprotective parents of America think of next? In their quest to ban, well, EVERYTHING, their latest target is . . . fortune cookies.
Wonton Food in Brooklyn, New York is the biggest fortune cookie manufacturer in the world. And they say parents have complained to them about fortune cookie messages that talk about LOVE and ROMANCE.
Apparently, parents are afraid to have their children read about falling in love. Because it's not appropriate. Or something.
Wonton says they're going to get rid of fortunes like "One who admires you greatly is hidden before your eyes" . . . "The evening promises romantic interest" . . . and "A romantic mystery will soon add interest to your life."
Derrick Wong is a vice president at Wonton. He says they pulled the fortunes because, quote, "We want to put messages inside our cookies that don't upset a single person. We don't want customers to have negative feelings."
Wonton makes five million fortune cookies a day, and puts about 5,000 different fortunes in them.