Superstition ain’t the way

In the neapolitan Smorfia, number 17 stands for 'a disgrazia (the disgrace).

In the neapolitan Smorfia, number 17 stands for ‘a disgrazia (the disgrace).

Being Italians, we should quote Eduardo De Filippo instead, whose opinion was that “essere superstiziosi è da ignoranti, ma non esserlo porta male” (literaly: “Being superstitious is a sign of ignorance, but not being superstitious brings bad luck”).

Read the full article on Kappa Language School’s website.

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