List of the Weirdest Superstitions in the World
This content was last updated on 10.02.2024 13:59
Take a Look at Superstitions from Around the World
Superstitions in Bulgaria are quite fascinating. It is believed that if an unmarried woman sits at the edge of a table, she will not find a husband. Additionally, to avoid having ugly children, people refrain from clinking glasses that do not contain alcohol.
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In Spain, it is believed that eating 12 grapes at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve will bring good luck for the entire year. Therefore, they happily devour 12 grapes at exactly 12 o'clock every month.
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In Russia, the number of flowers you give someone is extremely important. When giving flowers to someone, you must choose an odd number of flowers. Even numbers of flowers are only sent to funerals.
According to Chinese superstition, the numbers 4, 13, 14, 23, and 24 are considered unlucky. For this reason, these numbers are avoided in buildings and room numbers.
According to a superstition in Brazil, to avoid bad luck, you should never place your bag or wallet on the ground.
In Egypt, it is believed that leaving scissors open brings bad luck. To ward off nightmares, scissors are placed under the pillow while sleeping.
In Haiti, there is a superstition that if you step on the ground at night with only one shoe on, it is believed that your mother will die.
The superstition in Denmark is quite intriguing. Danes collect broken porcelain throughout the year, and at the end of the year, families gather to see which family has the most broken porcelain. It is believed that the family with more broken porcelain will become wealthy.
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