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My social circle contains a wide array of very diverse people.
Among my friends, you will find working research scientists, porn performers, sex workers, engineers, embedded systems programmers, published authors, corporate executives, LGBT activists, lawyers…What you won’t see a lot of is superstitious people.
To make sure their love keeps burning throughout their union, they've been known head to the alter carrying an appropriate symbol: A match.
Photo: Shutterstock China When it comes to Chinese wedding traditions, timing is everything.
Did you know that Tuesday the 13th is considered unlucky in Spain, and not Friday the 13th as in Anglo-Saxon countries?
That's because Tuesday is said to be dominated by Ares, the Greek god of war, who gives his name to Martes, or Tuesday, in Spanish.
I personally have little patience for superstition.
As you can see from this picture, cats can be a psychotic creature.
Spilling olive oil Thought there was no point crying over spilled olive oil?
Think again; in Italy, this is very bad luck indeed.
It's a sign of bad luck if they walk in front of you. They even bring bad luck into a house if they sneeze inside!
This unfortunate connection with misfortune dates back to the Middle Ages when they became associated with witches and were thought to harbour evil spirits.