Monday, October 25, 2010
Are You Superstitious?
Black cats, four leaf clovers, and salt thrown over the shoulder
Are you superstitious? Do you go out of your way not to walk under a ladder or tread carefully so you don’t step on a crack?
And what about black cats? Do you make sure they come no where near you? Throw salt over your shoulder when you spill some?
How about more?
The sound of bells scares away demons because they’re afraid of the loud noise.
If someone is sweeping and sweeps over your feet you will never get married.
Three using the same match is bad luck.
A cricket in the house brings you good luck.
The dried body of a frog worn in a silk bag around the neck averts epilepsy and other fits.
If you catch a falling leaf on the first day of autumn you will not catch a cold all winter.
A rabbit's foot will bring luck and protect the owner from evil spirits if carried in the pocket. Hmmm, sure doesn’t give the rabbit any good luck!
Cover your mouth when you yawn, or your soul can go out of your body along with the yawn.
And these are just a few! What about you? Are you superstitious?