This may sound a little odd; people don't usually celebrate Friday the 13th. My thought: why not? -- Especially if it falls during spooky season, as it is this year.

Here's how I think you should celebrate Friday the 13th.

5 Ways To Celebrate Friday The 13th


1. Watch Friday the 13th

This one is probably pretty obvious, but what better day to watch these movies? Get comfy and cozy, pop some popcorn, dim the lights and have a horror movie marathon.


2. Make a Friday the 13th Playlist

Get into the spooky groove with a little music. This would be fun to play around the office.

Song Suggestions:

Season of the Witch - Donovan

Superstition - Stevie Wonder

I Put A Spell On You - Nina Simone

Witchy Woman - The Eagles

Any and all Fleetwood Mac


3. Decorate

If you haven't already, this is the perfect day to bust out all of your Halloween decorations and go crazy. Pumpkins, skeletons, candy corn, wreaths, bats, spiders... go all out! Turn your home and office into a creepy lair.


4. Find a Building Without the 13th Floor

This is an actual thing you see all the time. Hotels, office buildings, and even hospitals skip the 13th floor because it's known to be such an unlucky, creepy number. See if you can spot one!


5. Bet $13

Go to a casino or slot machine and bet exactly $13. Who knows, maybe you will get lucky.

That's It

Those are just some of the many ways I'm sure you can celebrate this upcoming Friday the 13th. Have fun and avoid ladders and black cats!


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