It may not be the last Friday of the decade, but it is the last Friday the 13th of the 2010s. Not only that, but there won't be another Friday the 13th until March 2020, and then not again until November 2020. It may not be an official holiday, but people are celebrating it in their own way.\nIf there are two things associated with Friday the 13th, they're bad luck, and Jason Voorhees, the hockey-masked serial killer from the Friday The 13th horror film franchise(well, not the first one; that was his mom).\nJudging by all of the tweets from Canadians about Friday the 13th, it seems that the spirit of those two things is alive and well. Then again, they are closely related in some ways. After all, wouldn't running into Jason Voorhees be considered some pretty bad luck?\nDespite the foreboding nature of the day itself (accompanied by an almost completely full moon, no less), Canadians seem to be in high spirits. They may also be cautious about running into any black cats or walking under any ladders.\nWe went to Twitter to find the best responses and celebrations of Friday the 13th, and we're happy to report that we didn't run into any hockey-masked murderers along the way.\nThis Is Actually Some Solid Advice\nToday is Friday the 13th. So if you see a guy walking the streets in a hockey mask . . . and you're NOT in Canada . . . run.~Tymo#FridayThe13th pic.twitter.com/E78qRSZeTc— Canada's COOL FM (@coolradiocanada) December 13, 2019\nOnly in Canada could you run into someone wearing a goalie mask that isn't planning on chasing you with a machete. They might just be on their way to a neighbourhood hockey game.\nSometimes You Just Can't Avoid Bad Luck\nHappy Friday the 13th! Be someone’s good luck today!✌️❤️🇨🇦pic.twitter.com/rLgAjr7QCa— Brittlestar (@brittlestar) December 13, 2019\nNo matter how hard you try, there's sometimes just no way to avoid disaster, especially on a day when bad luck reigns supreme.\nWe Would Pay To See That In Theatres\nIn Friday the 13th:Jason went to hell.Jason went to space.Jason went to New York.Jason went to Elm Street.Why no Jason Christmas movie?! Happy #FridayThe13th pic.twitter.com/lhfAY5U8dL— 🇨🇦 Canadian Dad 🇨🇦 (@FreezinTaunTaun) December 13, 2019\nThis Canadian Dad has the right idea: If Jason can go to space, then why can't he go to the North Pole and take on Santa? It wouldn't even be the most ridiculous thing he's done.\nOne Person Is Celebrating The Day More Than Anyone Else\nHappy #FridayThe13th Horror Fam! 💀 pic.twitter.com/f55GbGRiRP— T. Carter (@Horror_Disciple) December 13, 2019\nWho else's dance moves but Drake's could illustrate just how excited Jason Voorhees gets every Friday the 13th? Time to hunt down some campers!\nThings To Avoid Today\nA happy #FridayThe13th to everyone!!!Just a reminder, no walking under ladders, stay away from black cats and women named Karen, and please, PLEASE, stay away from people in hockey masks!!!! 😳😳 pic.twitter.com/UwBP6lI1xT— 🎄🎅 𝕊𝕒𝕟𝕥𝕒 𝔻.𝔸.𝔻. 🇺🇸🇨🇦 (@DataArchDad) December 13, 2019\nOf all the things to avoid on this list, women named Karen seems like the least scary. That is, until one of them is asking for your manager with five minutes left in your shift.\nBlack Cats Are Bad Luck But They Are Cute\nDon’t walk under ladders or cross the path of any black cats today - it’s Friday the 13th! Are you superstitious? #fridaythe13th pic.twitter.com/t650ZBlEqX— Marquee (@MarqueeTP) December 13, 2019\nThey say don't let a black cat cross your path, especially on Friday the 13th, but when they're this cute, it's pretty hard to resist. Isn't a bit of bad luck worth some head scratches?\nThe One Place You Need To Avoid\nHappy Friday the 13th! Stay away from Camp Crystal Lake.#FridayThe13th pic.twitter.com/rDcx84WSn8— Clayton Baker 🇨🇦 (@IGIF_) December 13, 2019\nSure, you've got to avoid walking under ladders or crossing any black cats, but anything would be preferable to accidentally ending up at Camp Crystal Lake. Just don't do it!\nHappy Friday the 13th to all, and to all a good night (Even you, Jason)!\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.