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Nearly 50% Brits Say They Have a Lucky Pair of Socks

by Savitha C Muppala on March 12, 2012 at 11:28 PM
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 Nearly 50% Brits Say They Have a Lucky Pair of Socks

A recent survey has found that nearly one third of Britons claim to have a lucky pair of socks.

By contrast, 87 per cent of those questioned in the survey by online casino roxypalace.com said they did not consider a rabbit's foot to be a lucky charm and 62 per attached no significance to horseshoes.


But 86 per cent still believe it is unlucky to break a mirror and 59 per cent of those questioned said they would refuse to walk under a ladder.

"We are still very superstitious. We still consider certain practices and objects as lucky," the Daily Express quoted a Roxypalace spokesman as saying.

"What surprised us was how prevalent traditionally unlucky practices were in modern Britain.

"As a nation we seem to be more concerned about preventing bad luck as bringing good luck," he added.

Source: ANI
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