My sister suggested we get our futures foretold at the Kau Cim stall in the Asakusa shrine in Tokyo.
I really thought we shouldn’t, because I didn’t believe in the stuff and felt it would play on her mind if it was bad, but she insisted. So we went through the drill and picked our slips of paper from the corresponding drawer.
My slip read “Daikichi” (great good luck), hers was evident from her dejected expression. I resisted the urge to say “I told you so” 🙂
Following are images of a young lady checking her future prospects at the Itsukushima shrine, Hiroshima.
This is how mine went……
Did I read “It is good to start a trip”? Have my fingers and all else crossed 🙂
Check out more interesting future tenses here.