Psychics can now bullshit you face-to-face, over the phone, or even via the internet. Looking for a frivolous new interest to act as the toilet for all that money you’ve been dying to flush away? Here are some psychics who just can’t wait to capitalize on your stupidity.
Hollywood Psychics now has a Linkedin-esque section for their psychics, advertising each available psychic’s specialty, style, abilities, and if you’re lucky, headshot. Would you trust any of the following con artists to tell your fortune? (NOTE: Not all of the following images are from Hollywood Psychics).
One comment from a woman named Lisa pretty much sums up psychics in general:
“Liked her a lot and she was accurate on many counts but her prediction did not happen.”
That’s because so-called psychics are usually trained in the art of people-reading, not mind-reading. They can pick up on details about you just from hearing or seeing you. Plus, saying vague stuff like “you know someone with a name that begins with the letter D” is perfect for those answer-hungry folks who are dying to believe what they’re being told is real.
Other comments from the site that’ll make you say “no shit”:
“Everytime I call James, he takes way too long to answer questions due to the tarot cards and so forth. And the longer it takes to answer my question, the more money I need to stay on the line.”
“I thought he was great at first and extended my reading but I was disappointed. He seemed to be very good at giving a general insight on an issue but did not get specific at all.”