Do you believe in superstitions? If so Which superstitions do you believe?
Halloween is in effect a celebration of our superstitions. Whether it is "knock on wood", fear of the "black cat" or the number "13", it is reported that over 50% of Americans are superstitious and the percentage is much higher in other parts of the world.
Some I do, and some I don't. I own 2 black cats, however I try not to walk under ladders, step on cracks, or break mirrors. Keep on hubbing
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