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12 Good Luck Charms You Might Already Have In Your House

Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, here are a few lesser-known good luck charms that are (mostly) easy to get ahold of.

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3. A Goldfish

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A goldfish kept in an aquarium in your house brings "positivity" and good luck. If you want to get really crazy, you can follow this suggestion: "Normally 8 gold fishes are kept with one black fish to remove bad luck."

4. Three Keys

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Wearing three keys together is said to be good luck as one unlocks the door to health, wealth, and love, respectively, but also hopefully your building door, your apartment door, and your car.

8. A Redhead

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Rubbing the head of a person with red hair is said to be good luck, but redheads themselves are also said to be terrible luck on certain specific occasions, like "meet[ing] a redhead on the first morning in May."

9. White Socks

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White socks might not seem especially meaningful, but they're One Direction member Niall Horan's good luck charm, and he seems to be doing okay. (A note: this site also claims to know Mr. Horan's penis length down to the hundredth decimal place, so, it might not be trustworthy. Or it's ESPECIALLY trustworthy??)

11. Bezoar

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OK so you might not already have this item (which is a ball of undigested hair and food fiber from "the gut of an animal") in your house already, and if so, ew? But if you can get one, it's lucky, and if you're Ron Weasley, it might save you someday.

12. A Raccoon Penis Bone

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Again, you might not have this on hand. I don't know what your house is like. The animal penis bone in general is called a baculum, but you'll need the baculum of a raccoon if you want your penis bone to count for anything. It'll bring you good luck and fertility.

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