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You Can Now Buy Hilariously Grim Fortune Cookies From Cards Against Humanity

Everyone knows dessert is the best part of every meal.

But do you know what's even better than shamelessly stuffing your face with sweets? Scoring a tasty fortune cookie treat that also comes with a sugar-coated prediction of what lies ahead in your life.

Yep, there's nothing better than cracking open a fortune cookie to find a little piece of paper etched in glimmering words of wisdom and hope.

However, over the years, I've come to realize not all fortune cookies are created equal. Sometimes the messages hidden inside those cookies are anything but sweet.

Remember when we showed you all the times fortune cookies totally let us down?

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Well, if you thought those shitty fortunes were pretty damn funny, you'll be glad to know those aren't the only comical cookies floating around.

Apparently, you can peep your ill-fated future without taking a trip to the Chinese buffet. That's right, crappy fortune cookies can officially be delivered right to your door.

To promote the launch of its new shipping service, Blackbox, the creators of Cards Against Humanity, just used its signature dark sense of humor to whip up some horrible (not to mention hilarious) fortune cookies.

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If you're looking to see what your sad future has in store, OK Cookies will send you a box of 15 random fortune cookies for $10 plus shipping.

While these cookies may not make you feel so great about your fate, you can be sure cracking open a couple of these lousy treats will definitely make you laugh.

Check out the pictures below for a sneak peek at some of these funny fortune cookies.

You should probably lay off the Big Macs.

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Everything about you is beautiful... except for your nose.

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Sorry, it's too late. We're all screwed.

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Today, you will meet the love of your life. LOL, just kidding. You're destined to be alone for the rest of your life.

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