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"To have good health throughout the next year, eat an apple on Christmas Eve."
"On Chrismas Eve all animals can speak. However, it is bad luck to test this superstition."
"The child born on Christmas Day will have a special fortune."
"Wearing new shoes on Christmas Day will bring bad luck."
"Snow on Christmas means Easter will be green."
"A clear star-filled sky on Christmas Eve will bring good crops in the summer."
"A blowing wind on Christmas Day brings good luck."

January 6 is the date when Christmas decorations should come down. Supertitions say that it is bad luck to leave it for another day or take it down before that date.
We can't fix anything. It is forbidden to sew, repair or fix. If we do so we will be fixing the whole next year. So try not to sew socks, fix the tap or repair the washing machine and you will be all right from January till December.
We shouldn't lend anything to anyone at Christmas Eve. If we do so a person that will be given such help from us will suffer poorness.
Nothing sown on Christmas Eve will perish, even if the seed is sown in the snow.
Singing Christmas carols at any time other than during the festive season is unlucky.
Dogs that howl on Christmas Eve will go mad before the end of the year.
Mistletoe is considered lucky to hang in the house at Christmas. Mistletoe is not allowed to be used as a church decoration because it is associated with paganism.
It is good luck to kiss under the mistletoe. It is bad luck to deliberately to avoid doing this.
Hiding the “Christmas Pickle” among the branches of the family Christmas tree is an age-old tradition for many families. It’s generally said that the tradition originated in Germany, but this is a myth–it actually got its start in America.