What does it mean? I searched it on google and found no definition other than people said it's from a tv show or something.

Thank you very much.

The idea is this.

The only kind of luck I have is bad luck.

It's meant to be a humorous remark.

Dear Unsigned

It is from "Born under a Bad Sign". The first recording is attributed to Albert King - Stax Records - 1967

- If it wasn't for bad luck, I wouldn't have no luck at all

Written by William Bell and Booker T Jones

Best regards, Dave
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
The irony lies in the fact that when we say things like, "Please! I need some luck!" or "I always do it for luck," we mean "good luck."

Okay, I'll give you some luck - badluck! Ha ha ha! Emotion: big smile Satisfied?

- A.

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