I NEVER talk to Americans
And we greatly appreciate it
EP is in the US and you talked to them by answerring the question. You will have 7 yrs of kangaroos pooping on your shoes.
I was joking
My Creek great grandmother taught us that we must be careful who we had sex with, because ours souls would mix. If they were a evil person, they would take some of our good and replace it with their evil. <br />
For some reason, I still believe this.
SUPERSTITIONS ARE NONSENSE.<br />
That said I always toss a pinch of salt over my left shoulder if I spill.
I toss an acorn over my shoulder whenever I spill the salt
I don't follow them - They follow me. And when they do, I use evasive maneuvers to outrun them.
Keep parents/siblings fed...........................or they'll turn into mindless zombies.
the volume can never be an odd number. never.
If someone sweeps my feet I have to spit on the broom so I don't get bad luck. I don't walk under ladders. I won't pick up a penny unless it's heads up. I toss salt over my left shoulder if I spill it. I knock on wood. I say God bless you. I believe in 7 years of bad luck if you break a mirror. Occasionally I catch myself avoiding cracks even though my mother has passed away. But on a different note I love black cats and the number 13!!! I consider both very lucky and Friday the 13th is the best day of the month!
I agree 100% :)
My belief is not a superstition for me. But you may think me superstitious on seeing some of my beliefs.
The super ones.
salute to a single magpie
No walking under ladders, pick a penny up only if on heads, if black crosses ye path bad luck. Oh & mistletoe
Never walk under a ladder, sweep at peoples feet or let mine get swept at, let a black cat cross my path. Weird i know and do not know what would happen if anything but don't want to risk it either.
None. I don't believe in superstitions.
I only pick up a penny if heads is facing up.
I can say that i really don't fallow any
The ones where you avoid answering questions that might bring you bad luck...
I used to be quite superstitious but I had something of an epiphany when I was severely depressed and realised that superstition is little more than mumbo-jumbo playing on our natural insecurities. Since then I don't bother about Friday 13, walking under ladders and never bother counting magpies
None, since there's no such thing as luck.