Friday the 13th only happens a couple of times a year, so each and every time it does, it causes horror fans to celebrate. The day has always been billed as unlucky, given the superstitious nature of the number 13. Over the years, however, the superstitions have grown when it comes to Friday the 13th. Of course, a lot of that has to do with the slasher film series Friday the 13th, which feature Jason Vorhees.
Regardless of whether or not Friday the 13th is actually unlucky, horror fans have taken to celebrating the date any chance they get. Jason is one of the most iconic horror characters of all time, right alongside Michael Meyers and Freddy Krueger. No matter which month Friday the 13th arrives on, it's now cause for plenty of celebration and fun tweets.
Ever since the clock hit midnight and it became Friday the 13th, horror fans have been flooding social media with posts about the day, the film series, and Jason Vorhees. Everyone is showing out to send the creepy and unlucky vibes all across the Internet.
You can check out some of the best tweets celebrating Friday the 13th in the slides below!
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Don't walk under any ladders 🙄, Don't break any mirrors 🔲, Don't spill any salt 🧂 , And don't walk 🚶🏻♂️ by any black cats!🐱 Happy Friday the 13th!— William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) December 13, 2019
Friday the 13th marathon, anyone? 🔪 pic.twitter.com/lXf1OIwvwQ— rad dad (@ohemgeeijizzed) December 13, 2019
Last of the Year
Last Friday the 13th of the year, make it a good one!— Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) December 13, 2019
What's That Mean Again?
Oh shit, it's Friday the 13th...
What's that mean again? Avoid cats or ladders or something?— Joseph Gordon-Levitt (@hitRECordJoe) December 13, 2019
Today is Friday the 13th.
The last one was 13 weeks ago,
and the next one is in 13 weeks 😵✨— 🚀✨ (@CVRLNE) December 13, 2019
Leave Out Treats
happy friday the 13th!! don’t forget to leave out sticks and bones for jason voorhees tonight !!— amatuer groupie (@bubbasawyers) December 13, 2019