Back then people (mostly women, though some men too) were accused of being a witch based on their behaviors or interests, but now being a witch is proudly self-proclaimed.
The word witch is often associated with images of an old woman with warts and a large nose who’s into evil or scaring children.
How we met is a saga in itself & too private to share here.
But by the 2 date, when he saw where I live & how I live, it must have hit home. As we were sitting in his car after dinner (Taco Bell, a man after my own fart) he said something that I knew, but for some reason lanced through my gut.“You know, when you tell people you are Witch, they think you are crazy.” No shit, really? That was our last date & by that I mean the last time we saw each other face to face.
sorry i don't make the rulesi just follow thembut yea COUGH date a witchespecially ones who is pan and cool and has a username starting with 'l' and ended in 'ulloph'haha i wonder who that would beha...
As All Hallow’s Eve fast approaches, we like to imagine that many are casting spells, brewing wonders inside their well-worn cauldrons, and looking to the moon for some lunar inspiration.
Yup, we’re talking about the witches of this whimsical world, those who hold spellbinding secrets within their soaring souls.
So we think it’s fun to spend some time reflecting on and celebrating the unique tell-tale qualities of a truly bad-ass wizard. I just didn’t want to title this essay “1 Clue the Man You Love is a Bad-Ass Wizard.” Wizard attention is amazing.
There’s a stereotype in our society of men as clueless creatures who are vaguely aware of the women around them and mostly concerned with football scores and stock quotes.