I don’t consider myself a superstitious person, but you won’t find me walking under a ladder if there’s enough space to walk around it. Why risk it, right? It’s the same with good luck charms — who hasn’t ever had a lucky pen or a lucky shirt? Sometimes, these good luck charms are cultural, and they are different around the world. Acorns in Norway, pigs in Germany, a three-legged bullfrog in China… If you’re tired of your same-old lucky charm and want to find good luck elsewhere, you can get inspired by this infographic by NetentStalker. Here are the world’s most unusual good luck charms.
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