Friday 13th makes me think of all the things people are afraid of, or what superstitions they believe in. I feel like I'm not superstitious for the most part, but in some ways I act superstitious in a way that I don't think about.


I tell myself I'm not superstitious thinking that it’s all a bit silly, however I caught myself the other day trying to dress myself. I noticed I have to put my socks on before my pants, If I don’t do that, I feel like I'll start the day off on the wrong foot.

Another thing I caught myself doing was removing my ball cap from my bed because I had reservations about leaving there because when I was a child, my aunt reprimanded me for putting a sun hat on her bed saying it was bad luck.

According to Wikipedia, Superstition has many definitions mostly pejorative, saying that it's commonly explained as irrational beliefs at odds with scientific knowledge of the world.

Superstition plays into everyday life from sports, religion, battle, and anything you can think of.

Sports for example, hockey players DO NOT shave in anyway during the playoffs to keep a good streak going. According to The Bleacher Report, it's same with baseball players. They refuse to wash hats and gear, no grooming on game day, and one I didn't know was that there’s a superstition about singing Take Me Out To The Ballgame during the seventh inning stretch.

There are many things people can be superstitious about, take a second and think what you're superstitions are and let us know on social media.

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