Friday, the 13th, is already a day that has so many people looking over their shoulders and praying for no more bad luck, but throw the crazy year of 2023 in there and the years that we got over dealing with the pandemic and COVID, and it doesn’t seem as scary as it used to be.
Of course, you know how I like to get through these times; a good laugh and funny memes never fail to crack me up. I mean, we are either going to laugh or cry, right? Well, there is one thing to look forward to this Friday, the 13th, and that is that it is the last one we have this year! Check out my collection of the best Friday the 13th memes 2023 I found on the internet!
Friday The 13th Memes 2023
I hope everyone gets a good laugh, like I did, at some of these Friday the 13th memes in 2023. I know I needed it because this time of year is always stressful, but at least we always have these laughs to look forward to, and now it’s all about Halloween and Friday the 13th 2023! Right now, parents are planning their kids’ school schedules, as well as sports and other activities, so we could use a little laugh, and these funny memes will certainly evoke a laugh or two.
Did you have a favorite meme from this list or one you saw that made you laugh and think I should include it? I am constantly updating this list, so I would love to include more, especially since it is becoming closer and closer to the time to return to school in some way, shape, or form. Enjoy!
Everyone is wearing maks now. What posers!
Jason wearing crocs to kill on Friday the 13th.
Actually, getting married on Friday the 13th proves to have the lowest divorce rate. I got married that day!
When Catholics realize it is Friday the 13th.
When your birthday falls on Friday the 13th and you hear “ch, ch, ch” noises when you blow out the candles.
The Office has the best line for Friday the 13th. “I’m not superstitious, but I am a little stitious.
Watching Friday instead of a lot of other horror type movies on Friday the 13th is good with me because I sure don’t like scary movies!
When you are patiently waiting on Friday the 12th for the next day to hit.
Can you guess which day it is? Of course, everyone pays attention when it is Friday the 13th!
Even baby yoday Grogu wants to wish everyone a Happy Friday the 13th.
There is nothing more true than Friday the 13th still being better than Monday.
Why is Friday the 13th considered unlucky?
Friday the 13th is considered an unlucky day for a variety of reasons, both historical and cultural.
One of the most common explanations is that it is associated with the Last Supper of Jesus Christ, which had 13 guests, including Jesus and his 12 disciples. The 13th guest, Judas Iscariot, was the disciple who betrayed Jesus, leading to his crucifixion on Good Friday.
Another possible explanation is that Friday the 13th is associated with the Knights Templar, a powerful religious and military order that was disbanded in 1307 on Friday, October 13th. Many Templars were arrested and executed on that day, and the order was accused of a variety of crimes, including heresy and witchcraft.
In addition, both Friday and the number 13 have been considered unlucky in many cultures throughout history. Friday is the day of the week on which Jesus was crucified, and the number 13 is often associated with death and bad luck. For example, in Norse mythology, 12 gods were feasting in Valhalla when Loki, the trickster god, arrived as the 13th guest. Loki’s arrival led to a quarrel, and the gods ended up fighting and killing each other.
While there is no scientific evidence to support the belief that Friday the 13th is an unlucky day, the superstition persists. Some people go to great lengths to avoid bad luck on this day, such as staying home from work or school or avoiding certain activities, such as traveling or signing important contracts.
It is important to note that the belief in Friday the 13th is just a superstition. There is no evidence to suggest that this day is actually any more unlucky than any other day. However, for some people, the superstition can be very real, and they may experience anxiety or fear on Friday the 13th. If you are one of these people, there are a few things you can do to cope with your anxiety, such as:
- Remind yourself that Friday the 13th is just a superstition.
- Plan pleasant activities for the day to distract yourself from negative thoughts.
- Talk to a friend or family member about your anxiety.
- Seek professional help if your anxiety is severe or debilitating.