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17 Superstitious Stories We All Have Heard
Source: ebuzztoday
Published: Jan 3, 2016

Superstitions do not make sense to a lot of people, but also numerous people take superstitious stories way too seriously. Here are 17 of the superstitious stories we all have heard.

1. Black cat crossing your path your path it’s bad luck

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Source: playbuzz

2. Fiddling with a scissor while not actually cutting anything with it can lead to a fight

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Source: tumblr

3. An upside down slipper will bring you bad luck

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Source: quora.com

 

4. If your shoes are place near your bed, bad dreams will come to your way

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Source: buzzfeed.com

5. If someone walks over a person who is lying down, his/her height won’t grow anymore

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Source: dailymail

6. Opening an umbrella inside the house is bad luck

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Source: gifbin.com

7.  Getting hiccups it means someone is missing you

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Source: idolforums.com

8. Breaking a mirror brings 7 year of bad luck

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Source: banana404.wordpress.com

9. Breaking glass is sign of good luck

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Source: tumblr

10. Wearing certain colours in certain days will bring you bad luck

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Source: tumblr

11. If your left palm is itching it means money to be paid out and if your right palm is itching it means money coming in

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Source: blog.getsholidays.com

12. Walking under a ladder is bad luck

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Source: random-facts.top5

13. Before doing something new, you should eat some sweet

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Source: tumblr

14. Pregnant women are not allowed to go out during eclipse

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Source: youtube.com

15. Falling lizard on humans is bad luck

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Source: pinterest.com

16. Twitching of the left eye is consider to be a bad omen and right eye is good omen

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Source: tumblr

17. Sweeping your house after sunset will take your good luck away

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Source: rebloggy.com

Do you believe in any one these superstitious stories? Let us know in the comment below