"Well, Harry's got a wonky sort of cross — that's trials and suffering. But this here could be the sun — that's happiness. So... you're going to suffer but you're going to be happy about it."
— Ronald Weasley reading Harry Potter's fortune, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Miss Spink: I'll read them if you like.
Coraline: Read what?
Miss Spink: Your tea-leaves, dear. They'll tell me your future. Drink up then. Go on. No, not all of it. Not all of it. That's right. Now hand it over. [Observes the cup.] Oh! Oh, Caroline. Caroline, Caroline, Caroline. You are in terrible danger.
Miss Forcible: Oh, give me that cup, April. Your eyes are going.
Miss Spink: My eyes? You're blind as a bat.
Miss Forcible: Well, not to worry, child. It's good news. There's a tall, handsome beast in your future.
Coraline: A what?
Miss Spink: Miriam, really. You're holding it wrong. See? "Danger."
Coraline: What do you see?
Miss Spink: I see a very peculiar hand.
Miss Forcible: I see a giraffe.
Miss Spink: Giraffes don't just fall from the sky, Miriam.