This is Leandro. Today, he experienced the reading of the coffee grounds.
This is how it works. Short version: when you’re finished with a cup of Armenian coffee, it’ll have some sediment left at the bottom. You turn your cup upside down in the saucer, exchange cups with your coffee-break companion (it’s bad luck to see your own), and interpret the images left by the trails of grounds on the inside of the cup.
Example: “I see clouds and a large, steep hill, with rays of sunshine on the other side of the hill. It could be that you have a great challenge ahead of you, and clear skies ahead once you’ve overcome it.”
These were the type of insights that I shared with Leandro about his future. Here’s what he saw in my cup:
“It looks like an Oreo.”
“…You’re supposed to be looking at the sides of the cup, not the bottom.”
My complete fortune:
- a penis on the beach (meaning: “I will encounter a penis on the beach”)
- a naked guy dancing…he looks happy.
- a “Bambi head” trophy mounted on the wall
- “poop…and then clean.”
Looking forward to my future.