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Do you know any Good Luck superstitions, guys? We will tell you about several of them from around the world. 1. THROW BROKEN DISHES AT HOUSES // DENMARK In Denmark, people save their broken dishes throughout the year in anticipation of throwing them on New Years Eve. Danes chuck the broken plates at their friends' and familys houses as a way to wish the recipient good luck in the year to come. ... 2. SWEEP DIRT AWAY FROM THE FRONT DOOR // CHINA In China, it's believed that good fortune enters your life through your front door. Just before the New Year, Chinese people follow a tradition of thoroughly cleaning their homes to bid farewell to the previous year, but to avoid sweeping all that good luck out, the home is swept inward and collected in a pile to be carried out the back door, never through the front. In fact, no cleaning is performed at all during the first two days of the New Year so that no good luck can be swept away. 3. BIRD DROPPINGS ARE A SIGN OF GREAT THINGS TO COME // RUSSIA Rather than view a bird defecating on them as a disgusting surprise, Russians welcome it as a sign of good luck and fortune. To Russians, bird droppings on you, your home, or your car signifies that money will be coming your way. Don't worry, if multiple birds defecate on you, youll supposedly get more money. 4. SPILL WATER BEHIND SOMEONE // SERBIA According to Serbian folk stories, spilling water behind someone is a great way to give them good luck. Because moving water is fluid and smooth, it confers good luck to the person you spill it behind. Serbians spill water behind their friends and family members who are preparing to take a test, face a job interview, or go on a trip. 5. HANG UPSIDE-DOWN TO KISS A ROCK // IRELAND The legendary Blarney Stone at Irelands Blarney Castle attracts visitors who kiss the stone to get the gifts of good luck and eloquence. Visitors who want its good luck must walk to the top of the castle, lean backwards, and hold on to a railing so their lips can reach the stone. Kissing the inconveniently located stone is a risky enough process that castle employees help visitors by holding on to their bodies as they lean back. Tell us, Spinners, what Good Luck Superstitious do you have in your country?
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