What is the best superstition that you have ever come across?

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  1. saanj H profile image72
    saanj Hposted 7 years ago

    What is the best superstition that you have ever come across?

  2. soniafernandez profile image71
    soniafernandezposted 7 years ago

    He he he, Hey gorgeous!!'

    Well Here's my answer, there was this one time my chappal broke and I had a horribly runny nose and I was at my friends house. She lent me her slippers and also a brand new hand towel but I had to pay her a rupee. Some crap about people fighting otherwise:) She is a sweetheart and I went along with it but it was quite hilarious:)

  3. sir_tallest profile image62
    sir_tallestposted 7 years ago

    i think mine would be 'if you're itching on your palm for no reason-it means money is coming your way.....you take the highest currency you can get and scratch your palm with it.....the harder and how longyou scratch determines how much money will come.sometimes it works...sometimes doesn't....but the scratching thing always happen

  4. How? profile image35
    How?posted 7 years ago

    I don't know but i was watching a movie called - DIL TOH BACCHA HAI JI .. in which a lady said that - "If we don't say CHEERS by looking into each others eye... then one will have a bad sex life for the next 10 years"

  5. ginjill ashberry profile image74
    ginjill ashberryposted 7 years ago

    Keyword is Superstition right?
    Knock or touch wood when you accidentally say something bad luck like, "Let's hope he's not in the accident."

  6. ManuPria profile image69
    ManuPriaposted 7 years ago

    While having some snacks with friends, the one who picks and eats the last piece will get a handsome husband.

  7. DannyMaio profile image60
    DannyMaioposted 7 years ago

    knocking on wood has to be the best! or when passing a church you make the sign of the cross.

  8. Bella Vida profile image59
    Bella Vidaposted 7 years ago

    Do you know how sometimes you bite the inside of your cheek by accident?   Well, a friend told me once that when that happens, it's a sign that someone is saying something negative about you...

  9. Ann810 profile image77
    Ann810posted 7 years ago

    The worst superstition was someone spitting on a broom because someone else acciditally swept their foot with a sweeping broom.

  10. profile image0
    Buddhist Hotdogposted 7 years ago

    Saluting magpies.  I love it when I see someone trying to salute a lone magpie without anyone else seeing what they're doing.

  11. onegoodwoman profile image74
    onegoodwomanposted 7 years ago

    Maybe this is more folklore than superstition........yet it came to mind......

    When the cows come home
    It is time for the  milking.
    When the crows fly
    It is too late to cry.
    When the duckling is a drone
    The farmer is in for a bilking.

  12. Rob Bell profile image75
    Rob Bellposted 7 years ago

    You should always break up your egg shells otherwise witches will use them as boats.

 
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