Spoiler Talk: CotD (Mon)
Here’s Monday’s peek at the NY Times Clue of the Day BEFORE the game airs. This clue may be today’s Final Jeopardy! and you can make a prediction on how many players will get this right and/or leave a hint on the right answer.
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10 clues, similar categories about “Superstitions.” This category used to show up quite a bit, but the last time it appeared in any game on J-Archive was in Feb 2007– 10 years! These 2 deal with particular types and come from the year 1993.
MONEY SUPERSTITIONS 5/21/1993
$100: When you give one of these to a man, a coin or bill should be in it so he’ll never be out of money
$200: If your left hand does this, money is coming
$300: A groom may give a bride a penny to wear in this for good luck
$400: Turn over a silver coin in your pocket when you see this heavenly body & your wish will come true
$500: Carrying a coin with this year stamped on it is supposed to bring you good luck show
WISH SUPERSTITIONS 12/22/1993
$100: A wish made on the candles of one of these won’t come true if you tell it aloud
$200: This part of a bird is broken & the person who gets the larger part gets his wish
$300: “I wish I may, I wish I might, have the wish I wish tonight” is said upon seeing one of these
$400: You can make a wish when you see 3 birds on a telephone wire or the first one of these birds in the spring
$500: A rhyme says “Touch” this color “and your wish will come true” show
Today’s Quote: I believe that if it were left to artists to choose their own labels, most would choose none. –Ben Shahn