Used to. Though there came to a point where I started to understand the divisions between the schools of Buddhism, and then I happened to notice that most of the sutras/suttas that actually made sense to me were all coming out of the Tipitaka. And though it isn't the same as sutras, I still read koans once and awhile. I've still got a fondness for Chan/Zen and like their literature, but in practice I put Theravada at the top.
Some of the Mahayana sutras can be so funny though;The Best Sutra Ever
And the Buddha spoke to the assembly:
"I am about to speak the greatest Sutra ever."
"This is the best Sutra ever, this Sutra is really great."
"If you study this Sutra diligently 10,000 times, you will be Enlightened in this life."
"If you fail to do so, you will surely spend many kalpas in Hell.
"This marks the end of the Best Sutra Ever.
Okay, great, but where's the content?
Maybe a Westerner like me just can't interpret the imagery, but I think I'll go read the Pali Canon instead, *cough*...