I used to read them for a laugh too. I like crazy/mean ones like in Weird Al Yankovic's horoscope song (things like "a big promotion is just around the corner for someone much more talented than you").
It's funny, but even though I have never believed in astrology I used to read my horoscope. I don't bother any more. Even if the idea of the stars having an influence on human lives made any sense, the stars we can see now are not in the same positions relative to us as they were back when astrology was invented so everybody living today would have a different star sign from what they think they have.
No. I used to get really into it and buy yearly books full of advice any everything. None of it came true so I lost interest. Also, I worked with a woman who trained as an astrologer in Russia, and she told me that you needed birth date, time and location to make an accurate prediction. Mum couldn't remember what time I was born so I could never do one.