Ask McFartnuggets: "Why Are Lucky Numbers Always Only One or Two Digits?"

Dear McFartnuggets: 
How come people’s lucky numbers are only one or two digits like 7 or 11 or 21? You would think maybe occasionally someone’s lucky number would be 143 or 5,456. Does luck run out of numbers the more decimal places are added? -- Vontae from Port St. Lucie, Florida

Dear Vontae:
Numbers in and of themselves possess no luck. 100 should be more of a lucky number since if you live to 100-years-old you’ve probably avoided death a number of times. The reason it’s not a lucky number is because numbers are made lucky by people. We assign luck to numbers based on their appearance and value in gambling and 100 doesn’t come up in casino games too often. So technically, yes. Luck does run out the more digits a number has which is ironic considering if you got a billion dollars you’d think of yourself as pretty lucky. If someone gave you seven dollars you wouldn’t consider yourself that lucky even if seven was your lucky number. Basically lucky numbers are complete bullshit and anyone who believes in them is probably stupid.Thanks for the question, Vontae.

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