Obviously. How could it be wrong?!

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nah, i dont believe mine

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NO. If you consider how horoscopes work, then you know it makes sense not to take any great notice. And also: Consider that you can get a 'Professional' reading (Russel Grant, if you please!) by text on your phone (at a cost!) every day of the week by subsc<x>ription; I think it works out at £2.80 per week (GBP) Also notice that when the advert was initially being run that the small print onscreen states "Strictly for entertainment purposes only"; they omitted that in the narrative. Not long after the advert started being aired Russel Grant had to make an ammendment where it had to be narrated that it was for entertainment purposes only be Trading Standards. And that is what you have read; it's for entertainment only :)<br />
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Sorry, much more than you aske for. The short answer is "NO"<br />
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~F~

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Horoscope is nothing but a huge hoax. How the hell could possitions of starts and planets effect or predict life of individuals?

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lol well if you stay inside on your computer asking questions all day and don't get outside and take a chance to bump into your lucky break, you'll never know.

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No.

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I wouldn't recommend it.

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