Take this quiz to find out how lucky you really are – you may be surprised….
Does bird poo often land on you – supposedly a symbol of good luck – or do you avoid walking under ladders at all costs? The questions take all these important factors into consideration.
It comes after a study of 2,000 UK adults and 500 in Ireland revealed the ‘luck of the Irish’ is REAL.
Those living in the Emerald Isle experience 40 fortunate moments a year, but people from the UK get just 37 – nearly 10 per cent fewer.
Irish folks are also more likely to describe themselves as lucky, with 49 per cent believing they’re blessed, compared to 40 per cent elsewhere.
And the poll also found 66 per cent of UK adults claimed they’re due a bit of good luck in their lives.
But 26 per cent admitted they don’t truly know the meaning of luck and think it’s too hard to define.
A lucky people
A spokesperson for Lottoland.co.uk, which has launched the lucky in life quiz to celebrate its Irish Lotto draw this St Patrick’s Day, said: “Luck is such a strange concept – most people question whether it even really exists?
“Some people certainly seem luckier than others – something our lotto winners would attest to.
“But there’s no real evidence to show how or why luck might come about – it could be anything from wearing our lucky pants to finding a four-leaf clover. Or maybe it’s just in the stars!”
To increase their chances of good fortune, 23 per cent of UK adults have used a lucky charm – rising to 38 per cent of Irish respondents.
Lucky numbers, special bracelets and coins are popular good luck charms both sides of the Irish sea – with Irish people more likely to opt for a four-leaf clover.

Source article

Load More Related Articles
Load More By Entertain The Kids
Load More In Lifestyle
Comments are closed.

Check Also

Top 18 activities those with a physical condition struggle to do – including sleep

  Millions of Brits are unable to exercise, sleep or endure long journeys in the car …