BAD LUCK

Its just not your day.

Have you ever had one of those days? Everything goes wrong. Red lights all the way, you are late due to no mistake on your part. Events unfold as if there were someone fighting against you. You may be experiencing a run of "Bad Luck", when all the possible variables make you the loser. Have you ever said, "You have got to be kidding me?"
Then you know what Bad Luck is, now what? Spray some Good Luck at it and say a little prayer.
Your luck changes !!!

HERE IS A LITTLE BIT ABOUT BAD LUCK...

This is a list of symbols and signs

believed to be unlucky according to superstition:

Using crutches or a wheelchair when not needed

A black cat crossing one's path

Certain numbers: The number 4 (tetraphobia) in Chinese culture

The numbers 4 and 9 in Japanese culture

Also in Japanese culture, maternity wards numbered 43, as it can literally mean "still birth"

The number 17 in Italian culture

The number 13, known as triskaidekaphobia

 

Friday the 13th (In Spain and Greece: Tuesday the 13th)

Opening an umbrella indoors.

Failing to respond to a chain letter.

Viewing one's doppelgänger (twin) may be considered a harbinger of bad luck.

Walking under a ladder

A ladder falling on you.

Entering and leaving a home through different doors, e.g., entering from the front door and leaving from the back door will result in a romantic curse according to Greek tradition, especially if the home owners have unmarried children.

According to Eastern cultures, spitting in public, as the spit may land on invisible spirits, who in response to the disrespect, may place a curse on the spitter.

Greek's spit to ward off evil e.g., spitting into fishing nets.

Hanging a horseshoe with the ends pointing down, as it is believed that the luck will 'fall out'

Breaking a glass gift may be considered as sign of relationship

Breaking a mirror is said to bring seven years of bad luck.

Shoes on a table

On the Isle of Man, the mention of the word "longtail" (referring to a rat)

Three on a match (superstition)

Giving a clock as a gift in Chinese culture, as in Chinese, to give a clock has the same pronunciation as attending their funeral.

Saying the word "Macbeth" while inside a theater.

Having the initials "CC" (first and last name both beginning with C) Luck worsens with every year.

A hanging picture falling from the wall

Stepping on a grave

Ravens, crows and magpies

Spilling salt

 

Giving pocket knife as a gift

Closing a pocket knife opened by someone else

Ouija board

Greek Orthodox priest in the street. It’s considered a bad omen to see a priest walking in the street, and superstitious people whisper ‘ΣΚΟΡΔΑΛΙΑ (garlic)’ under their breath.

Even numbered bridal party. Greeks traditionally choose an odd numbered bridal party of 3,5 or 7 members.

Wedding ring. Greeks traditionally avoid wearing wedding rings any time before the wedding. Its also bad luck to buy an engagement and wedding rings on the same day

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Bridemaids' shoes. Greek bridesmaids, write down the names of three suitors on the sole of their left shoe. At the end of the night,if one name remains he will be her groom, but if no names remain the bridesmaid will remain a spinster.

Overturned shoes: Greeks considered shoes left with the soles up omens of death.

Pointing at feces

Navajo: pointing at a rainbow

Navajo: throwing rocks into the wind

Navajo: a coyote crossing your path[4] heading north

Southern Europeans and Southern Asians: black rats mean bad luck. However, white rats mean good luck.

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