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Spoons, Pajamas Figure into Snow-Day Superstition

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Spoons, Pajamas Figure into Snow-Day Superstition

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When it comes to snow days, some high-school students are taking matters into their own hands. In a recent article for the Hartford Courant, English teacher Mark Dursin reveals a little-known snow superstition among his students: "the Pajamas-Inside-Out, Spoon-Under-the-Pillow-Snow-Day Ritual."

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