That rabbit foot you carry around might not be helping…or maybe it is?
Or, to quote Michael Scott from The Office, “I’m not superstitious, but I’m a little ‘stitious.” Some of you probably don’t ascribe meaning to any of this — what some call luck you dismiss as mere chance, taking comfort in the fact that no mystical force holds sway over you. Walking under a ladder has no effect on anything, you’d argue, and neither does breaking a mirror. If you’re a sports fan, you’re one of the ones who doesn’t care about washing the shirt you were wearing when your team last won or switching seats on the couch when your team’s on a run. The rest of you either believe in luck or simply don’t want to chance it — there’s no harm in throwing salt over your shoulder after accidentally spilling some, is there?