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Potential Lucky Charms Of The Future: Evil Eye

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Gerard's picture
on February 24, 2009 - 11:26am
These things actually gross me out for some reason. I believe they come from Greece and are a very traditional lucky charm. They could easily be adapted to marshmallow form. Can't you picture it? G **EDIT** I have been informed that Turkey is the country of origin for these "lucky charms". A Turkish man once threatened to knife us in Paris. It was intense.