Hoy es viernes el décimotercer!...Are you scared?
Today it is still Friday the 13th in most parts of the world. (Sorry to our Australian friends and others). I personally don't worry about this day at all. I really do not believe in bad luck either. I was wondering if the words "Friday the 13th" mean the same in other parts of the world, whether you believe in all the hoopla or if you have any interesting or funny stories...
I was born on friday the 13th, so for me it`s a lucky day!
Nací en el viernes de trece, así que para mí es un día de suerte!
¡Peligro Will Robinson! ¡Tenga cuidado!
By the way - did you know that the fear of Friday the 13th is officially called...
Now, that's scary!
Hola. El viernes el decimotercero temor procedió del fallecimiento de los caballeros Templar. Recerdos.
Ni modo! Ni aqui ni en Espana! (martes el 13...wuuuuuuuu!!!)
In England, Friday is the unlucky day because it was the day of the crucifixion, and the 13th is unlucky because there were 13 at the last supper - hence Friday 13th being the unluckiest day.
Can someone tell me why Tuesday is considered the unlucky day in Spain?
To Eddy, Morti and all of our British friends...Be careful driving today!!! British study
¿Por qué es el martes considerado de mala suerte en España? Is this true of any other countries?