Very superstitious, ladders ’bout to fall for these Jimmy Fallon fans.
On Friday’s broadcast of “The Tonight Show,” host Fallon rounded up some of his viewers’ most bizarre superstitions.
From winking back at someone on television to tossing the first Pringle in the can.
Check out the segment above, and see other viewers’ suggestions via the #MyWeirdSuperstition Twitter hashtag below:
Whenever I load paper into the printer, I have to load the new paper underneath the old paper because the old paper has been patiently waiting its turn #MyWeirdSuperstition
— kirsten gutmann (@thebatmansmommy) January 30, 2018
#MyWeirdSuperstition is I have to sleep on the side of the bed that’s furthest from the door so kidnappers will get my boyfriend first.
— Andro Queen 🚀 (@zoranatheparana) January 29, 2018
I’m too afraid to say I don’t believe in ghosts because I’m scared they’ll hear and haunt me as a target #MyWeirdSuperstition
— Kelly // MOTW (@timberlakensync) January 29, 2018
Whenever I’m in the car, I have to finish listening to whatever song I’m listening to before I get out. If I don’t, it will get stuck in my head for the rest of the day. I call it “song karma” #MyWeirdSuperstition
— Gavin Strickland (@gpstrickland31) January 29, 2018
I used to work at Target, and the customer’s total rang up to be $6.66… she said “Oh no, I ain’t having that.” and threw a pack of gum on her order to change the total. 😂 #MyWeirdSuperstition
— Mikela Pischel (@meowkela) January 29, 2018
My grandma once found a fry in her onion rings and one hour later found 1$ on the street. Since then every time she orders them we put a fry in it and hide 1$ somewhere for her to find. She now has 136$. We might just be stupid lol #brokeforlife#MyWeirdSuperstition
— Tiffani Amber (@Tiffaniamber111) January 29, 2018
I have a pair of underwear and matching socks that contain little Einstein heads on them. I only wear them when taking science exams in order to channel the knowledge they hold. I’m now doing a PhD at Harvard, so obviously it works. It’s science, folks. #MyWeirdSuperstition
— Paul Rothlauf (@paulrothlauf) January 29, 2018