If a man who cannot count finds a four-leaf clover, is he lucky? ~Stanisław Jerzy Lec (1909–1966) [In the 1962 English translation by Jacek Gałązka of Unkempt Thoughts from the Polish, here’s the actual wording: “is he entitled to happiness?”
If you find a four leaf clover it means you have entirely too much time on your hands. ~John Wagner
Spencer: I’m looking for a four-leaf clover so I can be lucky.
God: Why don’t you just staple a leaf onto a three-leaf clover?
Spencer: You’re saying I should cheat?
God: No. I’m saying in this world, you have to make your own luck.
~Tommy Blaze, “Over the Four-Leaf Clover,” Knocking on Heaven’s Door, 2014, KOHD.org
Warped wise man says: “If you iron a four-leaf clover, you press your luck.” ~Joke submitted to Boys’ Life, 1987, by Wayne Rich
What do you get if you cross poison ivy with a four-leaf clover? You get a rash of good luck. ~Laughs, Hoots & Giggles by Joseph Rosenbloom, 1984
The shamrock is a religious symbol. St Patrick said the leaves represented the trinity: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. That’s why four-leaf clovers are so lucky — you get a bonus Jesus. ~Stephen Colbert, 2010