Is there a way to get free horoscopes sent to your cell phone?


Is there a way to get free horoscopes sent to your cell phone?

My friend gets free ones sent to her phone..but her sister set it up so she doesn’t know the website to go to? Ahhh, help?

Answer by Lance
Call your cellphone company or visit their website.


How come the Horoscopes section is the most entertaining?

Anytime I barely peek at another section I just wanna poke my eyes out.

Answer by Sad Ang3l
Lol, it must be because of all the drama that goes on. Its terrible sometimes lol.

Scorpio Sun
Pisces Moon
Aquarius Rising

Answer by peter
A lot of crazy people like Astrology.

Answer by Miss Lily
Because Miss Lily is here! DUHHH!!!!

…If I were to be in any other sections, those sections would be as equally as entertaining.


How do they make up the stories in horoscopes?

what process do they go through to find out what to write?

Answer by Nightfire
I’m guessing they use lots of drugs or alcohol.

Answer by SpeedRacer
I’ve been wondering the same thing…I will find out one day…Eventuallly

Answer by ♌ Drops of Jupiter
U mean like daily horoscopes in newspapers and such? They are not accurate so don’t believe them.


  1. Lady Algiedi says

    P/S and Men’s health is more interesting most of the time. Not as many bullies, and people who think bullies are funny.

  2. Saggie Rogue' says

    It’s entertaining, but not as entertaining as the Cultures & Groups section on which I used to be an active commenter. It’s the trolls and stupid questions asked that make it entertaining.

  3. Baron Otto Matic says

    The American conjuror James Randi recounts in his book Flim Flam how as a young man he briefly got the astrology job on a Montreal newspaper, making up the horoscopes under the name Zo-ran. His method was to cut out the forecasts from old astrology magazines, shuffle them in a hat, distribute them at random among the 12 zodiacal signs and print the results. This was very successful of course (because all astrology works on the “Barnum principle” of saying things so vague and general that all readers think it applies to them.) He describes how he overheard in a cafe a pair of office workers eagerly scanning Zo-ran’s column in the paper. “They squealed with delight on seeing their future so well laid out, and in response to my query said that Zo-ran had been ‘right smack on’ last week. I did not identify myself as Zo-ran… Reaction in the mail to the column had been quite interesting, too, and sufficient for me to decide that many people will accept and rationalise almost any pronouncement made by someone they believe to be an authority with mystic powers. At this point, Zo-ran hung up his scissors, put away the paste pot, and went out of business.”

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