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"Tabi-Tabi Po!"

A list of well-worn superstitions to guide you back home.

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We’ve all heard these before, spoken by titas and lolos in cautious tones. Though we travel armed with the usual weapons of reason, there are a handful of deep-rooted beliefs that we also hang on to, defying all practical logic. These superstitions are meant to ensure safe passage, but deep down, we know we keep them with us because they’re just comforting nuggets of folk belief that remind us of home.

A list of well-worn superstitions to guide you back home.
A list of well-worn superstitions to guide you back home.
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