Did I just qualify for a Guinness World Record or what? Or is it time to go to a hospital? Anyhow, based on my quick Google search, nine times definitely means something bright and rosy is installed for me based on the following from Mama Lisa:
In English there’s a saying about the number of times you sneeze and what it means too. It goes:
Once, a wish,
Twice a kiss,
Three times a letter,
Four times something better.
Here’s an English proverb about the day you sneeze on, and what that means…
If you sneeze on Monday, you sneeze for danger;
Sneeze on Tuesday, you kiss a stranger;
Sneeze on Wednesday, you sneeze for a letter;
Sneeze on a Thursday, for something better;
Sneeze on a Friday, you sneeze for sorrow;
Sneeze on a Saturday, your sweetheart tomorrow;
Sneeze on a Sunday, your safety seek,
The devil will have you the whole of the week.
Here’s a last proverb that tells about what it means if you sneeze at different times of day…
Sneeze before you eat,
See your sweetheart before you sleep.
Sneeze between twelve and one,
Sure sign somebody’ll come.
Sneeze between one and two,
Come to see you.
Sneeze between two and three,
Come to see me.
Sneeze between three and four,
Somebody’s at the door.