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Make Your Own Fortune With a Little Insta-Luck

by Hazel Chua
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If you avoid black cats like the plague and run to the opposite direction when you spot a ladder propped up against the wall, then you might want to buy yourself some Insta-Luck.

Insta Luck

There’s a one in 10,000 chance that you’ll come across a four-leaf clover yourself (hence, the reason why it’s deemed as being incredibly lucky), so you might be spending more than a few hours on your hands and knees looking for one.

It kind of ruins the whole point of why four-leaf clovers are lucky, but if you need some help and have about 12 bucks to spare, then you can just buy some luck instead by getting an actual four-leaf clover in a jar. It’s literally luck packaged in a teeny tiny jar that’s hand-picked and grown in the US of A.

Insta-Luck is priced at $11.99(USD). Unfortunately, they’re currently sold out, so your luck will have to hold out until they have some more in stock.

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