Why do people say Happy Friday the 13th? Isn't today supposed to be a horrible day filled with unlucky events, for example, like being chased by some guy in a hockey mask named Jason? By the way, Jason is really not a scary name. There's extra excitement today because the much anticipated horror film, Insidious Chapter 2, comes out on this supersticious day. The first movie was scary and this one looks equally as terrifying. Are you brave enough to see it today?
"I'm not superstitious, but I am a little sticious." Happy Friday the 13th. #TheOffice
— The Office (@theofficenbc) September 13, 2013
Happy Friday the 13th. The dream that inspired Stephenie Meyer to write Twilight came on this date. Be afraid.
— Professor Snape (@_Snape_) September 13, 2013
Visiting the DMV on Friday the 13th is pretty much "asking for it", right?
— Christian Finnegan (@ChristFinnegan) September 13, 2013
There's no way I'm leaving the house on Friday the 13th, or any other day when someone might make eye contact with me.
— Daniel Kibblesmith (@kibblesmith) September 13, 2013
Happy Friday The 13th pic.twitter.com/dI1HdnTuX4
— W. Aymerich (@willaymerich) September 13, 2013
- Friday the 13th: Would you board flight 666 to HEL? (usatoday.com)
- Friday the 13th means a message from Nokia, not Jason and a hockey mask (phonearena.com)
- Friday the 13th: One of the first "true" slasher films (dnaindia.com)
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