We all have those days; the days where we feel like a rain cloud is following us wherever we go, where there is a scarcity of lucky rabbit feet, where we find ourselves constantly confronting a black cat.
We all have those days; the days where we feel like a rain cloud is following us wherever we go, where there is a scarcity of lucky rabbit feet, where we find ourselves constantly confronting a black cat. We will always have the occasional unlucky day. The best way to cope with these kinds of days is to just survive and know that it will eventually pass. The days of bright sunshine, fresh air, and green grass will return, and for now, you’re just going to have to bear with whatever is given to you. Bad days can be attributed to a number of possibilities. Sometimes you’re the own cause for your own bad luck. A lot of times, bad luck is just something you can’t control. Here are some signs of days where lady luck just refuses to play on your side:
1. You Sleep Past Your Alarm
The easiest way to determine whether or not you’re going to have a good day is to look at how you start the day. Missed your alarm? Then you’re already behind on playing catch-up to lady luck.
2. The Vending Machine Fails On You… Twice
When this happens to you, just feel sorry for yourself. Not only are you out of money, but you’re still hungry and you have nothing to show for it.
3. You Drop Your Glorious Ice Cream Cone
That perfect twirl that you’ve just received in your hands looks absolutely glorious. You decide to bring it nearer to your mouth. Your taste buds are tingling with excitement. You close your eyes for added sensuality. And then, you notice something weird. You’re biting at air. You open your eyes and you find your ice cream has splat on the floor.
4. You Literally Break A Weighing Scale
This is just plain embarrassing. All you wanted to do was know your weight and you end up getting a real message and it screams “You should be ashamed of the way you’ve been living your life.” Maybe it’s time to lay off those donuts a little bit, don’t you think? - Continue reading on the next page