Five things Friday

Well here we are on Saturday morning, I started this post yesterday Friday the 13th but then Jessica turned up to get Leo and by the time they left I had forgotten about the post, so here I am finishing it this morning.

Friday the 13th is considered by some to be unlucky and by some to be lucky, for me it is just another day but I thought I would share my thoughts about some of the things that are supposed to be bring one bad luck. Well only 5 things because it is Friday or Saturday.

Broken mirrors: Yeah they will bring you 7 seconds or 7 minutes of pain if you are unlucky to cut

your self while cleaning it up.

Ladders : Yes these can be unlucky if while walking under the ladder someone on the ladder

dropped something on you.

Spilling salt: They say if you spill salt you should toss a pinch over it put let us be honest here it is

only bad luck if you spill salt when applying salt to something and the lid comes off

and a heap falls out.

Opening an umbrella indoors: Yeah this can be bad luck if when you open it and hit something

breaking it or if you poke someone in the body or eye when opening

it.

Black cats: They say that you are doomed if a black cats crosses your path but lets be honest it

really is only bad luck if you fall over the damn cat or it runs in front of your car you hit

the brakes and swerve and run into a tree.

4 thoughts on “Five things Friday

  1. Good reminder of the date. Or you could hit the cat, which would be unfortunate for the poor creature – but could you make it one of those prolific moggies that’s using our garden for their personal toilet at the moment? October 13th was when the French king decided to begin his persecution of the Knights Templar. And it was Margaret Thatcher’s birthday. Just thought I’d throw a bit of useless trivia in… 🙂

  2. Hello, Joanne. You have a great humor. Lol. I was smiling the whole time I was reading your post. I do believe that Friday the 13th is somehow unlucky but I don’t know the reason behind this beliefs.

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