Apparently, the word “jinx” derives from a certain Old World woodpecker. Do you know which one? Take your guess and check your answer. Good luck!
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Yet another snakebird with a funky dance (Carrie will know).
A woodpecker woke me up pecking on the roofside of my house and when I got up it flew away, about two and a half hours later a different one started pecking. What does this mean? And my house is not wood either, it is vinal.