Is it unlucky to throw away a lucky bamboo?
The lucky bamboo I bought five years ago finally succumbed to my black thumb (and forgetfulness), but I fear bad luck if I throw it away.
If it is a lucky bamboo I would think it would be bad luck to throw it away, yes.
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