Break a leg!
Posted 9 months ago and submitted by Eric Colquhoun | Share link: http://illo.cc/95933

“Break a leg” is saying which actors and musicians say before they go on stage to perform as a way to wish “Good Luck”. It reflects a superstition in which directly wishing a person “good luck” would be considered bad luck, so an alternative way of wishing luck was developed. The precise origin of the saying is unknown. The aim of the art was to add a humorous, whimsical touch to the information about the history of the saying.



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