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  • 10 Superstitions About Travel

    10 Superstitions About Travel

    In the famous words of Bill Murray's character in the movie "What About Bob?", traveling is all about "baby steps." So if you're eager to start off on the right (or left?) foot, you may want to read up on these common travel superstitions.

  • How Code Switching Works

    How Code Switching Works

    Ever dialed up or down your accent depending on whom you're speaking with? Or switched from one language to another mid-sentence? Even if you haven't, you've seen it done. Why do people do that — and is it conscious?

  • Where did the legend of Bloody Mary come from?

    Where did the legend of Bloody Mary come from?

    The "Bloody Mary" ritual, long popular on the sleepover circuit, supposedly causes a ghastly apparition to materialize in a darkened room. Where did this legend come from? Was there a real Bloody Mary?

  • Will sleeping with a fan on kill you?

    Will sleeping with a fan on kill you?

    Every culture has its own unique superstitions, most of which probably seem a little odd to outsiders. In Korea, for example, there’s the fear of death by fan.

  • 10 Superstitions About Travel
  • How Code Switching Works
  • Where did the legend of Bloody Mary come from?
  • Will sleeping with a fan on kill you?
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