It’s Friday, the 13th of November and it’s the only one this year. The next one will not be till January.
Do you think that this matters or is an ordinary day?
A recent poll has found that one-in-five people believe that luck is not good for them.
What other things do you have a fear of?
1. Walking under a ladder? 21percent of people believe it brings bad luck.
2. Are you stepping on the crack? 12%.
3. Broken mirrors? 21% of people think it’s luckless.
4. Black cats? 15%.
5. Do you see an Owl? 10% of people believe it’s a sign of something terrible could occur.
6. An umbrella being hung inside? 19% of people think it’s not a good idea.
7. The 6-6-6 number? 21% believe in superstition about it.
8. Are you on the 13th floor of an apartment? It’s not surprising that 13% of people think it’s a bad luck.
9. Walking through a cemetery and not keeping your eyes open? 8 percent believe it can bring bad luck. The same is true for 6% who say the same thing about tunnels.
10. White lighters? 8 percent think they’re luckier. (There’s an old legend of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin as well as Kurt Cobain had white lighters at their disposal when they passed away. )
It also inquired for things that can bring luck. Here are ten things that bring luck. that we’re all in awe of . . .
1. Do you knock on wood? 26% of people believe it prevents negative incidents from occurring.
2. Sprinkle salt on your shoulder? 15%.
3. A head-up penny? 22%.
4. Singing “bless you” when someone has a sneeze? 27%.
5. Crossing your fingers? 20%.
6. Ladybugs? 17%.
7. Are you seeing an erupting star? 28% believe it’s luck or you can make a hope for it.
8. Finding a four-leaf clover? 24%. A further 26% believe that having a rainbow is luck.
9. Wishing at 11:11? 13%.
10. Do you make a wish by blowing candles out? 28% of people believe birthday wishes are real.
Here are some additional suggestions: Getting the biggest part of a wishbone 18percent . . . Horseshoes hanging with hanging horseshoes . . . blowing dice, 14percent . . . And 17% believe “beginner’s luck” is a real thing.
The poll also found that one of three Americans are blessed with an occult charm of some sort.