Dark Humor Misfortune Cookies

When is the last time your fortune cookie ever said something accurate, foretelling or even grammatically correct? Never, that’s when. Easy to eat but tough to swallow, these Misfortune Cookies are much more accurate.

Misfortune cookies.

Each treat’s wrapper features a creature whose maniacal eyes foreshadow the sinister fun to come. After cracking into the biscuit, you’ll reveal a mercilessly funny message (“You have an inferiority complex, and it’s entirely justified”) or wicked comment (“There are no certainties in life, except that you will have another terrible day tomorrow”). Still not gloomy enough? Wait until you get a glimpse of your post-treat teeth – yup, temporarily black. Not suitable for the easily offended but hilarious to those with twisted senses of humor. After all, life’s too short not to laugh at the darker side of things.

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Misfortune cookies.

In case you wish to spend some money on this weird thing, you should check out Amazon for a box of Misfortune Cookies or Christmas Misfortune Advent Calendar.

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  1. Showmethefunny November 30, 2021

    Mean is not the same as funny.

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  2. jay November 30, 2021

    Some of these are amusing. Others are just pointless insults. Anyone can say, “You’re a moron!” and laugh.

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  3. Anonymous November 30, 2021

    I’m sure that these “misfortune” cookies are perfect for someone you know and love!

  4. Submit November 30, 2021

    I bet these were all laugh-out-loud hilarious when the people writing them were high. Sober, not so much.

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  5. Anonymous November 30, 2021

    American ‘humour’.

    It’s a good idea, but the execution is execrable.

    Reminds me of the story when Charlie Chaplin joined the Silent movie industry: They made films where ppl ran against a tree and thought that had to be funny. HE ran against a tree, stepped back and lifted his hat in apology. That IS funny.

    Apparently, some ppl still have not learned the difference.

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