Anything that science doesn’t believe in is superstition but there many bizarre things that people from different countries blindly follow. From avoiding ladders to pavement cracks and black cat, there are many superstitions that people mostly believe. Whatever your attitudes towards superstitions, their origins are really interesting. Explore some of the more weird beliefs from all over the world.
Seeing an owl is supposed to be unlucky for those who see or hear them. It brings bad news for them.
Stepping over dog’s poop with your left foot is considered lucky, but stepping in it with right foot brings bad luck…haaw
People of Turkey don’t chew gum during the night as it is supposed that after the sunset, the gum will turn into the flesh of dead people.
Keeping chopsticks vertically into a bowl of rice is supposed to bring bad luck.
Giving yellow flowers to anyone is supposed to be a relationship curse as they represent to be a symbol of betrayal.
Eating 12 grapes together during the midnight of New Years Day can bring 12 months of good luck for you.
If you cheers with a glass of water, then it means you are wishing the death of everyone you are drinking with.
If you throw your purse or if it falls by mistake on floor, it is a sign that you will be losing money else become poor.
If a cat passes before you or runs on your way, then it is a bad omen. Especially the black cat is considered more ominous.
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Singing at dinner table is supposed to be singing for devil.
People from Denmark assemble broken dishes and throw them at the home of their friends and family. This brings good luck for them.