The Club Should Have Recruited a 14th Member
Fortunately, the superstitious occurrence known as “Friday the 13th” has nothing to do with preventing people from reading awesome blogs.
And that’s a good thing because, courtesy of the YouTube channel Life Noggin, we’re going to get a fresh perspective for attempting to interpret the most frightful of days connected to an unlucky number. There are many superstitions attached to “Friday the 13th,” which include black cats, mirrors breaking and the dreaded number 66 – I’ll spare us all by not typing that last number that falls between 5 and 7.
Time to look at this day with some fascinating historical perspective.
The worst part about today was that there was a bag filled with one million dollars on the ground, but I would’ve had to walk under a ladder to grab the cool million.
Oh well, hopefully the money will still be there tomorrow on Saturday the 14th.
Fun Fact: The 13 Club that was founded in New York with members who dared to walk under ladders and break mirrors (as seen in the video). This group eventually became known as the New York Mets.
(Not true, but how perfect would that have been!)
Posted on January 13, 2017, in Uncategorized and tagged blogging, Friday the 13th, history, superstitions, unlucky, video clip. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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