Apparently wearing red underwear on New Year’s Eve brings Italians good luck… (stop grinning, I’m serious)
In Italy, the color red signifies good luck, as it calls on the protective presence of the Archangel Michael.
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The English Comedy Sketch Dinner for One is a New Year’s Eve Tradition. The premise follows 90-year-old Miss Sophie as she hosts a birthday party for herself, setting the table for long dead friends.
Her butler, James, obliges and play acts all of the dead friends, getting more and more drunk as the night rolls on. Each course begins with the refrain,
“The same procedure as last year, madam?”
“The same procedure as every year, James.”
A piece of tin predicts your fate in the coming New Year
On New Year’s Eve at midnight, Fins find the nearest piece of tin, melt it, pour it into a horseshoe-shaped ladle, then drop it into cold water. The tin then hardens and forms a random shape. Shapes are then interpreted into predictions for the coming year.
Carrying an Empty Suitcase Will Bring New Adventures
Mexicans believe that by carrying a suitcase, it will bring travel and adventure in the coming year.