10    Aug 20121 comment

Poll: Is your family superstitious?

Never walk under a ladder or open an umbrella indoors. A broken mirror brings seven years of bad luck.

These are just some popular supersititions shared in many of our families.

What is a superstition?

The Wikipedia definition for Superstition is "a belief in supernatural causality: that one event leads to the cause of another without any physical process linking the two events".

The examples above are common superstitions. But we want to know whether superstition runs in your family?

Are you superstitious? Were yourancestors?

Let us know in the poll below.

If the answer is yes, share your family's superstition in the comments below.

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  1. My husband laughed as we were sitting in a fast food drive through then he pointed at the black cat that had just crossed our path! He said, "Look! You know I don't believe in that stuff, but I know you do...". A minute or two later I handed him our order of food and drinks and we were on our way down the road. Since I was driving, he was in charge of putting straws in the sodas for our 3 kids in the back seat. As he finished with that, he reached for my cup to do the same. That's when he realized....my lid was the only one without the X mark. So there was no hole punched in it to put my straw through. AND HE WONDERS WHY I BELIEVE IN SILLY STUFF LIKE THAT!!!

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