Just For Fun
Just For Fun
iPhone & iPad
Can you name the superstitions below?
Answers do not have to be guessed in order
Popular Trivia Games Today
That Isn't a Country!
Exclusive Four-Letter Words
1-50 in 60
US State Capitals (Redux)
Border Hopping Bonanza
Word Ladder: Just Marvel-ous
Movie Opening Lines (1980s)
'Do-Re-Mi' scene from The Sound of Music
/13 superstitions correct
Show Missed Answers
It is considered bad luck if one of these crosses your path.
Breaking one of these will give you seven years bad luck.
Walking beneath an open one of these passes you through a triangle of evil ghosts and spirits.
If these fly around your house on Halloween night 3 times, death is inevitable.
To ward off bad luck, throw a pinch over your shoulder and all will be well.
Thought to carry the souls of the dead, it's bad luck to kill one.
This number is very unlucky; there are many high rises lacking this numbered floor.
These birds are commonly viewed as a bad omen, often foretelling death
Placing one of these over a door will ward off witches. Must be lost by an animal and then found by you with an open end facing your way.
Good luck charm. The older this gets, the more good luck it is said to bring.
A burning a candle inside one of these on Halloween keeps evil spirits and demons at bay.
If you happen to see this on Halloween then the spirit of a loved one is watching over you.
At Halloween, these were used as magic charms. Some believe the Devil likes to gather these.
HIDE THIS WARNING
You might also like these games:
Heads or Tails?
(warning: may contain spoilers)
Created Oct 31, 2008 in
Featured Oct 31, 2008
Game Plays 229,574
Verify your account
to favorite or nominate a game
Report a Mistake
Friend Scores and Standings
Loading friend results....
Top Games Today in Entertainment
'Do-Re-Mi' scene from The Soun...
Not Just 'My Favorite Things'....
Top Games with Similar Tags
Top User Games in Entertainment
'Sixteen Going on Seventeen' L...
Family Guy Theme Song
Quickie Marriages (images)
Like us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
Follow us on Google+
2007-13 © Sporcle, Inc.
Partner of USA TODAY Sports Digital Properties
Go to the Sporcle.com Mobile Site →