How to get jokes and horoscopes sent to my phone daily?

I want jokes and my horoscope sent to my phone daily but i don’t no the websites to go to to get them…..HELP…

Answer by Radha M
try registering in sites,..jokes sent to inbox is more frequent…


What is your horoscope sign? Do you believe in the meaning behind horoscopes?

Mine is Scorpio! A lot of the things like personality aspects and behaviors that I’ve read about Scorpios relate to me, but yet still think its just a coincidence. How about you?

Answer by Minstrel In The Gallery
Leo and I don’t really take the horoscope signs too seriously

Answer by john
I don’t follow ancient religion, nor do I believe the stars decide my fate.

Answer by 갬보스
I’m a Capricorn, and no, I do not believe in horoscopes.



Why many people without religion believe to magic things, miracles, horoscopes and are not atheists?

I guess if you believe to mystic you sooner or leather find a religion. So I don’t get it. Why many people who have abandoned organized religion still believe to mystical nonsence.

Answer by dwww
by mystical nonsense, do you mean Santa Claus?

Answer by ♥Atheist Kim♥
I’m atheist, but I read my horoscope. It may not be real, but it’s a guide to my life. It gives tips such as “Be nice to your friends, especially today” and I end up in a better mood.

Answer by bud85348
To the unbelieving materialist, man is simply an evolutionary accident. His hopes of survival are strung on a figment of mortal imagination; his fears, loves, longings, and beliefs are but the reaction of the incidental juxtaposition of certain lifeless atoms of matter. No display of energy nor expression of trust can carry him beyond the grave. The devotional labors and inspirational genius of the best of men are doomed to be extinguished by death, the long and lonely night of eternal oblivion and soul extinction. Nameless despair is man’s only reward for living and toiling under the temporal sun of mortal existence. Each day of life slowly and surely tightens the grasp of a pitiless doom which a hostile and relentless universe of matter has decreed shall be the crowning insult to everything in human desire which is beautiful, noble, lofty, and good.