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13 Disneyfied Friday the 13th Facts

By Pilar Clark |

December is traditionally associated with holiday cheer and pepperminty happiness, which makes having a Friday the 13th this month feel weird. Like Donald Duck in pants.

And, like of lot of things we believe, fear of Friday the 13th – called paraskevidekatriaphobia – isn’t based on any kind of scientific proof of pre-weekend nefariousness or, you know, scientific logic. Nope. Superstition is the only thing that says 13 is a crazy unlucky number.

Good thing Disney doesn’t agree.

Disney Parks Blog took a day normally met with doom and gloom, and gave it some mouse-eared magic, sharing 13 “lucky” facts that show how the number relates to Disney Parks. In the best ways possible of course:

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13 Disneyfied Friday the 13th Facts

LUCKY TH1RT3EN

13 Disneyfied facts on Friday the 13th. Anyone's head spinning yet? 

Photo credits: Disney Parks Blog, Disney Parks

One Mom MediaTravelhound Pilar wouldn’t mind being at Walt Disney World eating the ears off a Mickey ice cream bar right about now. But, since she can’t be at her “second home” year round, she curates happy thoughts on Disney Social Media Magic, a virtual springboard where breaking news and other Disneyfied thingamabobs are shared. For more mouse-minded geekery, join Pilar on FacebookTwitterPinterestInstagram and personal site, One Mom Media.

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About Pilar Clark

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Pilar Clark

A native of Chile with really deep Chicago roots, Pilar Clark and geekdom have been mutually exclusive since tight-rolled jeans and slap bracelets were in fashion. An award-winning writer, editor, social media strategist and geeky pop culturalist, she's been quoted in and on some cool places like Martha Stewart and BBC America’s websites. Follow her adventures on One Mom Media. Read bio and latest posts → Read Pilar's latest posts →

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