Samael hummed that children’s tune every night before he went to Pretty Luckiest 5th Grade Teacher Ever St Patrick’s Day Gifts Shirt bed. Similar to jokes rhymes about mothers are more common and memorable, so most people only remember the first part of this rhyme. Samael was not someone who was going to forget this rhyme. He had been paranoid about unlucky symbols and superstitions since he was 5 years old. On the day of his 5th birthday his mother was hit by a drunk driver and was unable to walk afterwards. Her back was broken every which way and the doctor told her she would likely never walk ever again. When she heard that she jokily said “Damn if only Sammy avoided more cracks on the road.”
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Though she only meant it as a Pretty Luckiest 5th Grade Teacher Ever St Patrick’s Day Gifts Shirt joke Samael took it literally and asked his classmates the next day if stepping on a crack really could hurt his mother. Many of the other Kindergarteners had also heard the saying Step on a crack break your mother’s back. Confirming his fears. What cemented his early superstitious beliefs was when the Kindergarten teacher came over and asked them what they were all talking about. When Samael asked her whether stepping on a crack was bad for his mother. The teacher, unaware of what had happened to Samael’s mother didn’t want to spoil the kids’ fun. In the same way adults play along and tell kids Santa Claus is real, she played along and said “That’s right, make sure to hop over those tricky cracks on the sidewalk.”
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Samael could never even remember stepping on that first crack but since that Pretty Luckiest 5th Grade Teacher Ever St Patrick’s Day Gifts Shirt day he became obsessed about avoiding anything that was bad luck. He never walked near ladders. He refused to buy or even look himself in the mirror in case he ever accidently broke one. He even started studying unlucky symbols in other cultures around the world online. He never shook his leg while sitting because that was a sign in Asian cultures that you were “shaking future riches out of your pockets”. He avoided going out on every Friday the 13th and always kept his “protective necklace” on him at all times. It was made up of different lucky charms such as 4 leaf clovers, horseshoes and every single part of a dead rabbit including both its feet and even its head.