A new survey has found that 42% of people have lucky charms . . . and not the kind that are magically delicious.
Roughly two-thirds of people believe in the concept of good and bad luck . . . and just under half are superstitious . . . so it's not surprising that certain physical items are considered "lucky."
The survey asked people what their lucky charms are, and there aren't many surprises among the Top 10: A ring was #1 . . . followed by a bracelet . . . a necklace . . . a coin . . . a key ring . . . a picture of a loved one . . . a t-shirt . . . a watch . . . a glass, cup, or mug . . . and a lucky pair of socks.
Those are all common, but there are a few off-beat ones in the Top 30: A cat . . . a tattoo . . . a hip flask . . . and a hand-me-down handkerchief.
There's also a lucky horseshoe, which isn't shocking. It's even one of the marshmallow shapes in Lucky Charms cereal.
And despite it being one of the most popular symbols of luck, a four-leaf clover was all the way down at #23.
(You can find the whole list by scrolling down at this link.)