Saturday Scenes

Thu 20 September 2012

Things I Never Knew About Saturday

Filed under: #satscene —— Sylvia @ 20:59

Saturday is a such an important day! Many things happen just because it is Saturday. Here are a few that you might not have known about:

  • Saturday’s child works hard for a living
  • If a new moon occurs on a Saturday, then there will be twenty days of wind and rain
  • If you find the first flower of Spring on a Saturday, it means misfortune
  • In India, it is bad luck to buy oil or iron on a Saturday
  • The word for Saturday in Maori means “washing-day”
  • The Vikings called Saturday “bath day”
  • In Sweden, Saturday is the only day of the week when children should eat sweets
  • Saturday’s colour is purple
  • If you are born on a Saturday, you can see vampires which are otherwise invisible.

And of course, if you take a photograph on a Saturday, it will be featured on Saturday Scenes!

On Saturday, the 15th of September, the following photographs were taken:

And here are the hard-working submitters who took them:

Saturday Scenes is a wonderful way to celebrate Saturdays!

Taking part is easy:

1. Take a photograph on a Saturday
2. Send it to @SatScenes on Twitter
3. Wait for the webpage to get updated
4. Oooh and aah over all the great submissions from all over the world!

So take a photograph this weekend and send it to @SatScenes!

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