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Who wouldn't like a glimpse of the future? Are you going to win the lottery? Will you meet the person of your dreams? What happens in the final season of Games of Thrones?
We've all got questions, however, most of us are content to sit tight and see what happens next. On the other hand, some of us can't wait and will go and enlist the services of a psychic to let us know what the world has got in store.
One such woman is Niamh Gargan, 19, but the answers she got weren't quite what she had in mind.
Niamh, from Glasgow, got in touch with a Facebook psychic and paid her a tenner to 'tell her fortune'.
In the exchange the psychic told Niamh: "You're into beauty and hair, you love having a natural tan, you're feeling fresh.
"You love banana and chocolate milkshake smoothies. You always have teeth whitening for your teeth. You want to settle down with someone."
At this point, Niamh asks the psychic to tell her something 'spiritual' before giving in and just asking for a refund because the reading is 'obviously fake'.
She doesn't seem happy about this, replying: "It's not fake. I am in the middle of doing it. Sorry. Takes a lot of energy, hunnie."
Niamh ends up apologising and the psychic gets back down to the business of future-telling, but it's a swing and a miss again when she asks the teen if she had an auntie that died - Niamh does not.
She then seemingly decides to go for an incredibly specific predication, writing: "Someone died that was close to you, bought you Easter eggs all the time.
"And hair clips."
I mean, I don't even know what to say to that. Niamh tells the woman that she doesn't know anyone fitting that description, before the psychic tells 'you're always bored'.
Niamh has had enough, she sends a link to her PayPal account and asks for refund. But the spirits still seem to be in close contact with Brodie who then adds: "I see you are going to be pregnant."
Niamh tells her that she can't have children, only to be told: "You adopted one." Wow.
After the exchange was shared on social media by Niamh's pal Matthew Currie another guy, Tom Boyd, decided he also wanted a scarily-accurate reading, so got in touch.
She told him: "You love fishing, you like to explore, climb mountains, been on a couple of boats."
He egged her on by asking: "Unreal, how did you know? You're so good, anything else?"
The next prediction was "Did your gran die? Heart attack" and Tom again strings her along by saying: "Oh my god yes. How do you know this?"
Niamh today admitted: "I felt like an idiot but I couldn't stop laughing at my own stupidity and the things she was coming out with. I think she was just saying the first thing that came into her head."
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