Some "good luck" sayings include "break a leg," which people originally said to actors in superstitious theater settings, and "fingers crossed," which originated as a way to make a wish by forming a cross with the finger... More »

One example of a traditional southern saying is "speckled pup in a red wagon," which is a way to refer to something that is cute. Another example is "argue with a fence post," which is a reference to stubbornness. More »

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Many popular superstitions center around luck, including the belief that a horseshoe, crossed fingers or a rabbit's foot bring good luck to people. A horseshoe has seven holes, and seven is considered a lucky number. Oth... More »

Some cute good morning sayings include motivational quotes for a new day such as "Morning is a way of God saying 'One More Time!' Life life" or "May you notice the beauty of the morning, see the glory of the sunshine, fe... More »

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There are a few theories for why people say “knock on wood,” but the phrase most likely originated as a way to ward off bad luck or cast away evil spirits. That superstition dates back hundreds of years to pagan rituals,... More »

Good luck charms may fall in the area of superstition, but many people believe good fortune might come their way if they possess one. Most objects that are considered lucky have earned this association from their place i... More »

One example of a quote that has the potential to be life changing is, "You miss 100 percent of the shots you never take" by Wayne Gretzky. Another example is, "The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continual... More »

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