Bad Luck

Bad Luck may refer to:

  • Harmful or negative luck
  • Bad Luck (film), a 1960 film directed by Andrzej Munk
  • "Bad Luck" (Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes song)
  • "Bad Luck" (Social Distortion song)
  • Bad Luck, an album by Trophy Scars
  • Bad Luck, a band consisting of the main characters in the manga/anime Gravitation

Other articles related to "bad luck, bad":

Jinxed
... a person that makes them prey to many minor misfortunes and other forms of bad luck A person afflicted with a similar curse, who, while not directly ... An object or person that brings bad luck ... sure to win the contest!" can be seen as a jinx because it tempts fate, thereby bringing bad luck ...
List Of Tenchi Muyo! GXP Episodes
... Fukō (Rain, Followed by Fog, With Some Occasional Bad Luck)" (雨のち霧、ときどき不幸) April 3, 2002 November 10, 2012 Seina Yamada, a Japanese high school. 2013 The GP Police uses Seina's case of bad luck as a tool to draw in space pirates before apprehending them ... His bad luck case gets him into trouble when Tarant Shank, a notorious space pirate, encounters the young cadet and decides to eliminate him 11 "First ...
List Of Minor Tugs Characters - Tugboats - Boomer
... then catching fire, Ten Cents finally believed that he had a bad luck streak ... very different adventures in one episode he lost his 'bad luck' by successfully towing the schooner, and in the other one, he failed as in the original TUGS, and then became a 'vacation boat' in a story Ten ... Boomer's history reflects the naval superstition that changing the name of a ship invokes bad-luck ...
Castilian Horse - Characteristics
... to be indicators of character and good or bad luck ... their feet were considered to have good or bad luck, depending on the leg or legs marked ... hair whorls in various places were considered to show good or bad luck, with the most unlucky being in places where the horse could not see them – for example the temples ...

Famous quotes containing the words luck and/or bad:

    “It’s good luck when you move in to begin
    With good luck with your stovepipe. Never mind,
    It’s not so bad in the country, settled down,
    When people’re getting on in life. You’ll like it.”
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    Good and bad are but names very readily transferable to that or this; the only right is what is after my constitution; the only wrong what is against it.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)