I don't walk under ladders. I will climb them, carry them and set them up, but I will avoid walking under one at all costs. I've heard that it's like breaking a mirror and will cause several years of bad luck.
I'm very superstitious about the Giants. Whatever jersey I'm wearing when they win the World Series is the jersey that I wear the next time they play. I'm really sure it makes a big difference in helping them win.
I never walk late at night by myself because I worry that the Chupacabra — a creepy, mythical, blood sucking monster — will come from behind and bite me on the neck.
I'm really not superstitious at all. I have faith in God, so I find I have no need to be superstitious.
I play a lot of tennis and am superstitious about that. I always wear the exact same kind of black socks, every single time I play. Because if I don't, I'm convinced I'm going to lose.
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