13 Things You Didn’t Know About Friday the 13th

Friday 13th

  1. Every year has at least one and at most three Friday the 13ths.
  2. Fear of the number 13 is known as triskaidekaphobia, while fear of Friday the 13th is known as paraskavedekatriaphobia. Now try to pronounce it!
  3. People in Spanish-speaking nations fear Tuesday the 13th.
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Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. Even though you should make your partner feel special every day, Valentine’s Day allows you to be super cheesy.

I also bet some of you have a hard time with what to get or what to do on that day. Here are just a few Valentine’s Day gift ideas. I hope they help you out!

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Happy Holidays!

I would like to wish all my readers a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Enjoy your holidays and the time spent with your loved ones.

Below is my favorite Christmas song “I Wish It Was Christmas Today” from SNL. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Maybe next Christmas I can recreate it and send out my own :)
Happy Holidays!

Have a Honky Tonk Halloween!

13 Cool Facts about Halloween:

  1. The correct spelling of Halloween is Hallowe’en.
  2. Halloween has several different names: All Hallow’s Eve, Hallowmas, Samhain, Third Harvest, Celtic New Year, All Hallowtide, All Saints Eve, El Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).
  3. Sometimes called the Witches’ New Year’s Eve, the dark half of the year commences on October 31st.
  4. Halloween dates back 2000 years ago as a Pagan tradition.
  5. Samhain, traditionally known as the meat harvest, is possibly the best-loved Sabbat of many Pagans as well as the third and final harvest festival in the “Wheel of the Year”.
  6. Wearing masks on Halloween comes from Welsh and Celtic traditions.
  7. Jack O’ Lanterns originated in Ireland as hollowed out turnips with candles placed to keep away evil ghosts and spirits on the Samhain holiday.
  8. Orange and black are traditional Halloween colours, where orange represents the fall Harvest and black the darkness.
  9. Black cats were believed to be witches’ protectors of their dark powers.
  10. White cats are believed to be bad luck in England.
  11. If you see a spider on Halloween, it is said to be the spirit of a loved one watching over you.
  12. Ringing a bell scares evil spirits away.
  13. Halloween is always celebrated on October 31st.

Enjoy the Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures song presented by Rob Zombie.