|Is there any superstition that makes you change your behaviour?
Only one: I tend to think that if I don't plan for the worst, it's like tempting it to happen.
Sure, I know this idea is completely irrational. But I haven't done a great deal to purge myself of it, because, ultimately, planning for the worst means that I'm prepared if it does happen.
Dude, we ARE superstition!
I don't insult any religion and play it safe on Friday the 13th
I don't believe in superstitions.
Yes, those annoying pop songs that for no reason stick to my head; I gotta sing them out loud to make them go away.
I throw spilled salt over my shoulder. That's about it.
Not consciously, though I enjoy making wishes at 11:11 and tracking the amount of time it takes for them to come true. I wished for a Writers of the Future win several years ago, and it has yet to materialize.
I don't engage in superstition. I change my behavior only when what ever I am doing now doesn't work.
No. Other than to bless my girlfriend when she sneezes, because she finds it to be nicer and more normal, I guess.
I'm not a superstitious person in general. I tend to say "break a leg" rather than "good luck" when dealing with actors and actresses but that's generally the end of my superstition unless I feel like freaking other people out.
I don't put any hats on the bed and I don't put a purse on the floor.
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