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04 November 2007


charlie gower

What about ladders? Or is that more practical common sense than superstition?

I always touch wood, and make do with my head when there is none present. Superstitions are fun.


The survey didn't cover ladders, but 28% of us have a magpie-related ritual - which is quite a random one really.


I had a strange one about crossing my legs if i saw a truck carrying a hay-bale until I saw a dog???

Pretty unlucky as I was generally sitting in a car on the A14 during harvest season at the time.

Hmmm on second thoughts if ladders are not covered by the survey I am probably in the minority on this one.

Good luck with the move sis x


Is that a superstition you made up or did you inherit it from someone? very odd.

Mind you, don't you have a collection of strange cricket-related superstitions?

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I always touch wood, and make do with my head when there is none present. Superstitions are fun.

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Apparantly, only 15% of us believe that the number 13 is unlucky. I say apparantly because on the last two occasions I've flown, I've found myself sitting in row 13 having forgotten to check in early and having to make do with the seats not desired by my fellow passengers.

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