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Hair Superstitions


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Hair Superstitions:  If you don't cover your bald head it will start raining
Hair Superstitions:  If you shave your head on a Saturday, you will be in perpetual debt
Hair Superstitions:  You shouldn't wash your hair the day before an exam.
Hair Superstitions:  Hair at no age must be cut at the waning of the moon, which would prevent it growing luxuriantly.
Hair Superstitions:  Hair cut off should always be burned; it unlucky to throw shorn hair away; otherwise, birds might make a nest of your hair, weaving tightly, so that you would have difficulty rising on your last day.
Hair Superstitions:  Choosing to cut your hair (or nails) on a particular day means the following: Cut them on Monday, you cut them for health; cut them on Tuesday, you cut them for wealth; cut them on Wednesday, you cut them for news; cut them on Thursday, a new pair of shoes; cut them on Friday, you cut them for sorrow; cut them on Saturday, see your true love tomorrow; cut them on Sunday, the devil will be with you all the week.
General Superstitions:  To get rid of a cough, take a hair from the coughing persons head, put it in between two slices of buttered bread, feed it to the dog, and say - eat well you hound. May you be sick and I be sound.
General Superstitions:  To drop a comb while you are combing your hair is a sign of a coming disappointment.
General Superstitions:  Pulling out a gray or white hair will cause ten more to grow in its place.
General Superstitions:  Cut your hair on Good Friday to prevent headaches in the year to come
General Superstitions:  If a bat gets in your hair you are possessed by the Devil.
Good Luck Superstitions:  Good Luck: Cutting your hair during a storm
Animal Superstitions: Horses:  Eating a hair from a horse's forelock - cure for worms
Hair Superstitions:  You shouldn't wash your hair the day before an exam.
Hair Superstitions:  Hair at no age must be cut at the waning of the moon, which would prevent it growing luxuriantly.
Hair Superstitions:  Hair cut off should always be burned; it unlucky to throw shorn hair away; otherwise, birds might make a nest of your hair, weaving tightly, so that you would have difficulty rising on your last day.
Hair Superstitions:  Choosing to cut your hair (or nails) on a particular day means the following: Cut them on Monday, you cut them for health; cut them on Tuesday, you cut them for wealth; cut them on Wednesday, you cut them for news; cut them on Thursday, a new pair of shoes; cut them on Friday, you cut them for sorrow; cut them on Saturday, see your true love tomorrow; cut them on Sunday, the devil will be with you all the week.

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