By notsuperstitious - Finland
Today, I realised that my friend hasn't spoken to me for a week. A week ago I politely explained to her that I really don't believe in horoscopes, and asked her at the time to stop systematically using my star-sign to explain my behaviour. FML
notsuperstitious tells us more :
Sorry for my english, it isn't my first language. I actually WAS polite, I said something like "I understand that horoscopes are important to you, but I really don't share the same view. So I would appreciate if you didn't mention it so often-if I am being a bitch, could you just say so and not say, "all scorpions do that"? And yeah, I'm not that sorry for losing a friend,as she apparently values her superstitions over me, I'm just pissed off, (O.P.)
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  HKCgrimmjow  |  15

Placebo affect mates, it's psychological that anybody who believes the stars predict your actions will be more inclined to follow it through. It is stupid though

  braja3249  |  4

You should've told her that she participates in the mass cultural delusion that the sun's apparent position relative to arbitrarily defined constellations at the time of her birth somehow affects her personality.

  ChaoticBacon  |  6

I'm a Scorpio. So I'm a horrible person. It's not like I volunteer at veteran homes or soup kitchens or anything. Nope. I just beat up babies for shits and giggles.

By  Pleonasm  |  34

Grammatical errors aside...
People like this are Cancer, being fed Pisces of shit by "astrologists," it's awful really. They just mass produce vague information, and then people buy it.

At least fortune cookies are not taken seriously, but with humour.

  Pleonasm  |  34

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  poptart840  |  5

What I find amusing is that I've seen more "proof/extreme coincidences" among astrology and it's basis than I have with any of the various major and minor organized religions I've looked into over the years. Weird.

  Pleonasm  |  34

Yea, to show how they can apply to everyone, I once challenged my friend to find their horoscope amidst all the other horoscopes- except I had taken away all the names. Needless to say they couldn't find their one.
People must know by now that horoscopes are made by some dudes, who couldn't possibly know information about everyone on the planet.
And it's funny how if you check different sources for your horoscope for a day, none of them have the same thing to say.
Finally, it's funny how people think the horoscope applies directly to them, as if they are being directly addressed, when there are millions of people who share a birth date with them anyway. How can a whole group of people sharing birth dates all be having the same day as each other around the globe, EVERYDAY.

Rant over.