We all have that one or two people in our lives who would lose their mind if we do something that they consider inauspicious. It's the ingrained mindset of getting into trouble, losing our luck or some other disastrous occurrence if we don't follow our daily routine or something that we consider inauspicious hinders it. That one superstitious friend has a solution to all the negative vibes and somehow now you can also relate to them.
Even though you take pride in being progressive and rational in your approach to life somehow the superstitions do creep in your subconscious as well. If next time you see a black cat crossing the road and it automatically makes you change your direction you have adapted to their beliefs well and good.
While hanging out with your superstitious friend all the common topics gravitate towards "How you were dealt with bad luck because you did something that you weren't supposed to do".
Astrology, horoscopes, tarot card reading all are very much real to your friend and you have a detailed account of what colour and what number is lucky and unlucky for them on a particular day.
If your friend is superstitious to the point of slotting their days according to lucky and unlucky days it's quite difficult to get them to hang out with you.
This one is both blessing in disguise and a pain as well. Firstly, You don't have to share your chicken with them but also you can't make any plans involving chicken with them.
A superstitious friend has most absurd advice to your daily troubles. It might involve some kind of weird ritual to align your stars back to their most auspicious position or some other intake of herbal infusion to strengthen your brain waves.
During minor cough, slight migraine or some indigestion troubles your friend will give you most twisted advice to cure them that it would defy all the medicinal research and logic.
If you haven't tried all kinds of black magic tricks to get your crush to notice you or brought all kinds of charms together then you haven't fully explored the extent of superstition.
This is one superstition that your friend never wants to mess around with. Karma and the whole deal with ‘what you do comes back to you' is a concept that your friend loves to elaborate on whenever you do something that you are not supposed to.
It's so easy to scare and agitate your superstitious friend. They get agitated when something inauspicious happens and you can further make them anxious by making some of them up.
When you have a superstitious friend, you walk on glass and have to take care of not doing something that would result in your friend's paranoia to creep up back again and destroy a good day.
If you have a superstitious friend, you are well acquainted with their obsessive tendency to perform every daily task of their life like a ritual.
It's a common occurrence to say jinx with you and your friend when you say a same word at the same time. Touchwood is said to ward off all evil influence. These words are as common as your own name.
The constant superstitious nagging might get annoying at one point of time and result in some kind of falling out or another. At that time, you just have to ignore your friend to desist full-blown fight.
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