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Simply Red
05-06-2009, 05:38 PM
http://i39.tinypic.com/23icfnt.jpg


Real life 'Witches.'

What are their reasons and motivations? Are any of the spells actually legit?

Anyone ever witnessed a witch, other than your MIL or 'Ex' yada, yada? ;)...

Is this 'black-majic' thing sort of like channeling demons? (which I know is real.)

-- I think I may've dated one, briefly...

I was wondering about them though ... + Bored...

TIA

-SR

JuicesFlowing
05-06-2009, 05:40 PM
SR, I think they mostly work in High School cafeterias. "The lunch lady" etc?

Simply Red
05-06-2009, 05:43 PM
a post from a witch site ->

'I’m a black mage & I personally can say that one who dwelved into high necromancy can make that occur. It’s called”Death In Flight” spell, it actually exists & most necromancers believe it to work. So if there was a casting in that sense & that caster died, it’s possible.
oh btw, Wiccans don’t know enough to comment on the “dark” arts unless they are practtioners of the OLD Wicca rites.'


REALLY?????!

JuicesFlowing
05-06-2009, 05:45 PM
a post from a witch site ->

'I’m a black mage & I personally can say that one who dwelved into high necromancy can make that occur. It’s called”Death In Flight” spell, it actually exists & most necromancers believe it to work. So if there was a casting in that sense & that caster died, it’s possible.
oh btw, Wiccans don’t know enough to comment on the “dark” arts unless they are practtioners of the OLD Wicca rites.'


REALLY?????!

I don't know. That shit isn't right. Ouija boards are false, because there is ALWAYS one idiot who moves the piece, but I don't know about the dark arts.

PS The "real" dark arts.

Simply Red
05-06-2009, 05:47 PM
I don't know. That shit isn't right. Ouija boards are false, because there is ALWAYS one idiot who moves the piece, but I don't know about the dark arts.

and pls. don't be mistaken, I believe in god, and this isn't very christian, however it is really a bizarre practice, my main ? is, is why? What motivates one to do such?

FAX
05-06-2009, 05:50 PM
I know a lot about witches, Mr. Simply Red. I've known several. One of them was kind of a "wanna be" witch, but the others were pretty real. Scary stuff. They weren't exactly evil or anything, but they do make potions (and darn good margaritas), call up spirits, keep "familiars" around (cats, weasels, boyfriends), and are amazing lovers. I liked them because they were different than your typical girl, but I always eventually got the creeps and started looking around for a girl-next-door, cheerleader type to break the spell.

I knew one in LA who was really pretty. Really pretty. Dressed like that blond chick in that band with the two girls and the two guys named after the drummer guy. Used the Ouija board to decide what to have for breakfast. Did really complex and accurate horoscopes, too. She had a monkey for a pet and claimed it started out as an ex.

FAX

JuicesFlowing
05-06-2009, 05:50 PM
and pls. don't be mistaken, I believe in god, and this isn't very christian, however it is really a bizarre practice, my main ? is, is why? What motivates one to do such?

No worries. I believe in God too. All I know is that "Wiccan" is about worshiping the earth,per se (I guess?)... I have no idea how someone can make evil "HAPPEN" ... it's messed up and wrong. I'm sorry, but the photo you posted makes me laugh a lot, every time I see it. Despite the topic.

Simply Red
05-06-2009, 06:02 PM
I know a lot about witches, Mr. Simply Red. I've known several. One of them was kind of a "wanna be" witch, but the others were pretty real. Scary stuff. They weren't exactly evil or anything, but they do make potions (and darn good margaritas), call up spirits, keep "familiars" around (cats, weasels, boyfriends), and are amazing lovers. I liked them because they were different than your typical girl, but I always eventually got the creeps and started looking around for a girl-next-door, cheerleader type to break the spell.

I knew one in LA who was really pretty. Really pretty. Dressed like that blond chick in that band with the two girls and the two guys named after the drummer guy. Used the Ouija board to decide what to have for breakfast. Did really complex and accurate horoscopes, too. She had a monkey for a pet and claimed it started out as an ex.

FAX

ok, I realize some of that is a joke, is any of it true? Also, really, what is their goal, what are they after, or is it a simple belief such as a religion?

Simply Red
05-06-2009, 06:04 PM
I know a lot about witches, Mr. Simply Red. I've known several. One of them was kind of a "wanna be" witch, but the others were pretty real. Scary stuff. They weren't exactly evil or anything, but they do make potions (and darn good margaritas), call up spirits, keep "familiars" around (cats, weasels, boyfriends), and are amazing lovers. I liked them because they were different than your typical girl, but I always eventually got the creeps and started looking around for a girl-next-door, cheerleader type to break the spell.

I knew one in LA who was really pretty. Really pretty. Dressed like that blond chick in that band with the two girls and the two guys named after the drummer guy. Used the Ouija board to decide what to have for breakfast. Did really complex and accurate horoscopes, too. She had a monkey for a pet and claimed it started out as an ex.

FAX

FAX, I wanted to let you know that that picture I posted, that witch looks like she'd be a wild lay.

Simply Red
05-06-2009, 06:05 PM
No worries. I believe in God too. All I know is that "Wiccan" is about worshiping the earth,per se (I guess?)... I have no idea how someone can make evil "HAPPEN" ... it's messed up and wrong. I'm sorry, but the photo you posted makes me laugh a lot, every time I see it. Despite the topic.


me too.

Delano
05-06-2009, 06:06 PM
FAX, I wanted to let you know that that picture I posted, that witch looks like she'd be a wild lay.

I bet she smells fierce.

Look at that hair. FOUL.

Simply Red
05-06-2009, 06:09 PM
Mandy on July 5th, 2007 2:40 am I’m a black mage & I personally can say that one who dwelved into high necromancy can make that occur. It’s called”Death In Flight” spell, it actually exists & most necromancers believe it to work. So if there was a casting in that sense & that caster died, it’s possible.
oh btw, Wiccans don’t know enough to comment on the “dark” arts unless they are practtioners of the OLD Wicca rites.

MoreLemonPledge
05-06-2009, 06:11 PM
http://www.mystickaltymes.com/web%20live%20pics/wiccans6.jpg

Delano
05-06-2009, 06:11 PM
A Simple Circle Cast
4 candles (Nightlights are fine)
Matches or lighter
Frankincense incense (Joss Sticks of the same scent are OK)
A small bowl of water
A small bowl of salt
A compass (If possible)
A small plate of your favourite food (Ramen noodles)
A small glass of your favourite drink (Strawberry Fanta)

Decide on space within which you will have your ritual, the ideal circle is nine foot in diameter but use whatever is available. You must not be disturbed during the ritual, if this means a very small space, so be it , make do with what you have. Clean the circle, ideally with a broom ( a vacuum cleaner or brush will do), but whatever the tool be conscious you are clearing your own sacred space.


· Place the candles in the four quarters of your circle (North, East, South, & West), (Ideally using a compass, but this doesn't need to be exact, if you have nothing else available just use your intuition)
· Place the bowls, drink and food in the centre of the circle
· Light the candles
· Light the incense from the North Candle
· Take a pinch of salt
· Drop the salt into the water and stir with your finger,
· Visualise the water becoming clear, cleansed and pure, shining with blue light
· Take the bowl and sprinkle water around the circle, please be respectful of the candles when doing this.
· Visualise blue light starting to shimmer around the circle now.
· Now Concentrate your mind on the circle as a physical entity, it must really exist to you.
· Stand in the middle and trace the circle with your finger starting in the North through East, South and West back to north visualising blue light flowing from your finger into the perimeter of you circle as you progress
· Your circle is now cast, the feel of a circle is relaxed but safe and secure
· Now within this cast circle you are free from any outside interference.
. Within this circle you can now perform whatever spell, or simple act of worship you wish. Remembering to abide by the Wiccan rede "An it harm none, do what you will".

· When you have completed the spell or ritual, you must ground yourself, and close the circle down
· To ground yourself and bring yourself back from your current susceptible state slowly eat and drink, savouring each mouthful. We rarely notice the wonder of our food and drink so make the most of this opportunity.
· When you have finished your mini-feast it is time to start dismantling your circle
· Now acknowledge and bid goodbye to the quarters, starting with the East and passing clockwise to the North
· Standing in the centre trace the circle with your finger starting in the North through East, South and West back to north visualising blue light flowing back into your finger from the perimeter of you circle as you progress
· Bid farewell to the circle, and to the Goddess and the God who have watched over you.
· Extinguish the candles & incense
· The circle is now dissolved, but remember you can always invoke this safe space any time you wish to.

MoreLemonPledge
05-06-2009, 06:14 PM
A Simple Circle Cast
4 candles (Nightlights are fine)
Matches or lighter
Frankincense incense (Joss Sticks of the same scent are OK)
A small bowl of water
A small bowl of salt
A compass (If possible)
A small plate of your favourite food (Ramen noodles)
A small glass of your favourite drink (Strawberry Fanta)

Decide on space within which you will have your ritual, the ideal circle is nine foot in diameter but use whatever is available. You must not be disturbed during the ritual, if this means a very small space, so be it , make do with what you have. Clean the circle, ideally with a broom ( a vacuum cleaner or brush will do), but whatever the tool be conscious you are clearing your own sacred space.


· Place the candles in the four quarters of your circle (North, East, South, & West), (Ideally using a compass, but this doesn't need to be exact, if you have nothing else available just use your intuition)
· Place the bowls, drink and food in the centre of the circle
· Light the candles
· Light the incense from the North Candle
· Take a pinch of salt
· Drop the salt into the water and stir with your finger,
· Visualise the water becoming clear, cleansed and pure, shining with blue light
· Take the bowl and sprinkle water around the circle, please be respectful of the candles when doing this.
· Visualise blue light starting to shimmer around the circle now.
· Now Concentrate your mind on the circle as a physical entity, it must really exist to you.
· Stand in the middle and trace the circle with your finger starting in the North through East, South and West back to north visualising blue light flowing from your finger into the perimeter of you circle as you progress
· Your circle is now cast, the feel of a circle is relaxed but safe and secure
· Now within this cast circle you are free from any outside interference.
. Within this circle you can now perform whatever spell, or simple act of worship you wish. Remembering to abide by the Wiccan rede "An it harm none, do what you will".

· When you have completed the spell or ritual, you must ground yourself, and close the circle down
· To ground yourself and bring yourself back from your current susceptible state slowly eat and drink, savouring each mouthful. We rarely notice the wonder of our food and drink so make the most of this opportunity.
· When you have finished your mini-feast it is time to start dismantling your circle
· Now acknowledge and bid goodbye to the quarters, starting with the East and passing clockwise to the North
· Standing in the centre trace the circle with your finger starting in the North through East, South and West back to north visualising blue light flowing back into your finger from the perimeter of you circle as you progress
· Bid farewell to the circle, and to the Goddess and the God who have watched over you.
· Extinguish the candles & incense
· The circle is now dissolved, but remember you can always invoke this safe space any time you wish to.


MOM! I told you to leave me alone when I'm doing a circle cast! GAH!

Delano
05-06-2009, 06:19 PM
Protection
Materials required
Three rowan berries/teaspoon of cloves/Mistletoe/frankincence oil/red pouch/3 Midgets.

Place the ingredients into the red pouch and add three drops of frankincence oil.
As you create your spell believe that
the protective properties of the ingredients
will Shield and guard you from any harm.
Speak the following chant with at least three midgets as spiritual guides

I invoke thee Goddess
Along with thy midgets at my side
To fill my soul with light
To guide, protect and lead
My soul into the light.
I rise above all evil spells
within my soul HER spirit dwells.
All shades of wickedness quit this place
Show not your evil face.
Enter Light, Dark Shadows doom !
Thy presence fills this sacred room.

Tie the draw string together with three knots and repeat

By the power of three times three,
So mote it be.


~ARTEMIS

MoreLemonPledge
05-06-2009, 06:21 PM
Speak the following chant with at least three midgets as spiritual guides.

ROFL

wild1
05-06-2009, 06:21 PM
are their spells legit LMAO

MoreLemonPledge
05-06-2009, 06:22 PM
are their spells legit LMAO

Of course. They use words like believe, pretend, and visualize!

bogey
05-06-2009, 06:33 PM
I know a lot about witches, Mr. Simply Red. I've known several. One of them was kind of a "wanna be" witch, but the others were pretty real. Scary stuff. They weren't exactly evil or anything, but they do make potions (and darn good margaritas), call up spirits, keep "familiars" around (cats, weasels, boyfriends), and are amazing lovers. I liked them because they were different than your typical girl, but I always eventually got the creeps and started looking around for a girl-next-door, cheerleader type to break the spell.

I knew one in LA who was really pretty. Really pretty. Dressed like that blond chick in that band with the two girls and the two guys named after the drummer guy. Used the Ouija board to decide what to have for breakfast. Did really complex and accurate horoscopes, too. She had a monkey for a pet and claimed it started out as an ex.

FAX

I too dated a Witch and you are correct about them being great lovers. The last night I spent with her was in her trailer. She had a wood stove set up in the main room. It was a cold winter night and we had a fire going. All of a sudden, the flu fell out of the ceiling and smoke started pooring into the trailer. I had to put the fire in the stove out, so I poured water on it which only added to the smoke. After the fire was out, we had to go to my place for the rest of the night. I don't believe in witch craft, but I couldn't help but believe that satan had pulled that flu out to get me out of her life. Who am I to piss off satan. So we broke up the next day. But not until I had one last night hot satanic sex.

FAX
05-06-2009, 07:50 PM
ok, I realize some of that is a joke, is any of it true? Also, really, what is their goal, what are they after, or is it a simple belief such as a religion?

It's all 100% true, Mr. Simply Red. I may joke, but I do not lie.

I don't think of it as a "religion" since it's a very unstructured way of life. I'm certain that organizations like the Church of Satan think of themselves as a "religion", but a basic, run-of-the-mill witch chick may or may not (most often, in my experience, not) be affiliated with groups like that. The ones I knew were basically just girl peeps interested in the occult, so I would say it was more (as you say) a belief system.

They were big on nature, living for today, holistic healing, granola, herbal teas, and stuff like that. Just in a creepy way.

FAX

Simply Red
05-06-2009, 09:17 PM
It's all 100% true, Mr. Simply Red. I may joke, but I do not lie.

I don't think of it as a "religion" since it's a very unstructured way of life. I'm certain that organizations like the Church of Satan think of themselves as a "religion", but a basic, run-of-the-mill witch chick may or may not (most often, in my experience, not) be affiliated with groups like that. The ones I knew were basically just girl peeps interested in the occult, so I would say it was more (as you say) a belief system.

They were big on nature, living for today, holistic healing, granola, herbal teas, and stuff like that. Just in a creepy way.

FAX

That's pretty crazy, wonder what the real accomplished witches can pull off?

Redrum_69
05-06-2009, 09:18 PM
The Eagles knew a witchy woman...

Pioli Zombie
05-06-2009, 10:52 PM
This thread belongs on Evil Disney.
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DaneMcCloud
05-07-2009, 01:01 AM
I'm not sure if Fax is joking or not.

But in my experience, I can tell you it's very real. Fortunately, I was young and dumb and got out of that relationship early. But "Witches" take their business very seriously. Whether it's Tarot Cards, spells, etc.

I would say to stay far, far away.

And yes, crazy-ass sex.

Valiant
05-07-2009, 01:13 AM
That's pretty crazy, wonder what the real accomplished witches can pull off?

About as much as I can..

DeezNutz
05-07-2009, 01:20 AM
That girl in the OP is riding the largest feather duster I've ever seen.

She should have gone stock. Much scarier looking.

SnakeXJones
05-07-2009, 03:22 AM
I'm not sure if Fax is joking or not.

But in my experience, I can tell you it's very real. Fortunately, I was young and dumb and got out of that relationship early. But "Witches" take their business very seriously. Whether it's Tarot Cards, spells, etc.

I would say to stay far, far away.

And yes, crazy-ass sex.

Here Also... I was about 19 (or was 19) and almost married that weird bitch :shake:. I've seen and heard some weird shit in that relationship... (Weird ass Stories)

Pioli Zombie
05-07-2009, 06:44 AM
Morons will bemoan religion and then plop their kids in front of all the witch shit they got on tv now.
Great. Have your kid grow up wearing black all the time killing goats.
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Skip Towne
05-07-2009, 07:15 AM
I like witches. Especially Elizabeth Montgomery.

Iowanian
05-07-2009, 07:56 AM
In HS, a "witch" or band of them put a spell on me and a friend after an incident in the gym...there was some gang sign placed on their forhead, wild shaking of their heads and mops of hair and jibberish.

One of their bedrooms was later discovered to be painted black, pentagram on the floor and a list of "people to kill". I was number 3.

That person lives 3 houses away from me now. I'm alive, maybe they were beginners and did it wrong and accidently cursed me to be ShamWOW cape-Awesome at the Sexual arts.

Katipan
05-07-2009, 08:10 AM
The witches I knew when I was a kid just liked to be naked in the forest and were totally focused on the rule of 3.

They chanted, they did the whole Guardians of the Watchtowers of the North/South/etc... They "opened" and "closed" their circles they sang songs like "dance dance wherever you may be for I am the Lord of the dance cried he and he lives in you as he lives in me and he leads us all in the dance, says he."

They like love and nature and sunlight.
And were totally creepy in a sweet way.

MOhillbilly
05-07-2009, 08:16 AM
witches aint nothin but hos and tricks.

Iowanian
05-07-2009, 08:38 AM
My good buddy had a live-in that thought she was a witch...she claimed to see dead people and talk to them, claimed she could levitate at night, did the tarrot cards and played with rats and snails and puppy dog tails.

She was nice enough, but strange enough to be spooky.

Otter
05-07-2009, 08:48 AM
This thread reminds me of the Halloween Episode from "Two and a Half Men".

"Does this mean I"m Jewish now"

The witches I knew when I was a kid just liked to be naked in the forest and were totally focused on the rule of 3.

Where would this forest be located Katipan? Do you know if they like merlot or more of a desert wine?

Fish
05-07-2009, 09:01 AM
http://i39.tinypic.com/23icfnt.jpg



That's a terrible photoshop....

Simply Red
05-07-2009, 09:09 AM
That's a terrible photoshop....

yeah but, gd funny, though ...

Fish
05-07-2009, 09:12 AM
yeah but, gd funny, though ...

Yes. I like how they added the broom shadow....

Simply Red
05-07-2009, 09:17 AM
Yes. I like how they added the broom shadow....

that's awesome, i didn't notice how brushed that looks.

Simply Red
01-21-2010, 08:19 PM
Did anyone ever come up w/ anything here?

The Mad Crapper
01-21-2010, 08:20 PM
I'm not scared of Witches. It's Clowns I have a problem with. Clowns scare the living crap out of me.

Simply Red
01-21-2010, 08:29 PM
I'm not scared of Witches. It's Clowns I have a problem with. Clowns scare the living crap out of me.

Yes.

Count Alex's Losses
01-21-2010, 08:30 PM
I think a witch cast a hex on my dingus.

Jenson71
01-21-2010, 08:34 PM
I'm in a Junior-Senior seminar right now called Witches and Witchcraft.

I have absolutely no interest in the subject, but I need to take it in order to graduate. No interest. The 50 minutes are almost painful to get through. I even like the professor, but it's such a subject I can't even remotely get interested in.

Der Flöprer
01-21-2010, 08:36 PM
I'm not scared of Witches. It's Clowns I have a problem with. Clowns scare the living crap out of me.

They all float down here, Johnny...................AND....................YOU'LL.........................FLOAT..............TO OOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!

http://movies.infinitecoolness.com/it/pennywise/it-pennywisewp06.jpg

Count Alex's Losses
01-21-2010, 08:36 PM
Come on, obviously it's a bunch of hooey, Jenson. But you don't find it intriguing in the least?

I bet there are some cooky wiccans in that class. Engage them in debate to entertain yourself.

petegz28
01-21-2010, 08:40 PM
I dated a witch for 3 years and it was the hottest and best piece of ass I and everyone else have ever had.

NewChief
01-21-2010, 08:41 PM
The witches I knew when I was a kid just liked to be naked in the forest and were totally focused on the rule of 3.

They chanted, they did the whole Guardians of the Watchtowers of the North/South/etc... They "opened" and "closed" their circles they sang songs like "dance dance wherever you may be for I am the Lord of the dance cried he and he lives in you as he lives in me and he leads us all in the dance, says he."

They like love and nature and sunlight.
And were totally creepy in a sweet way.

This. Between my BA and my MA, I took a year off. I hung with a "coven" of witchy types. As others said, wild sex. They were cool, empowered chicks for the most part. At the time I really enjoyed them, but some of them really went off the deep end over the years (one joined some crazy cult that was convinced that their "master" lived in the center of the earth with all the great scientists and was doing some sort of secret work to lead them to salvation).

Der Flöprer
01-21-2010, 08:41 PM
I dated a witch for 3 years and it was the hottest and best piece of ass I and everyone else have ever had.

ROFL

petegz28
01-21-2010, 08:41 PM
I'm in a Junior-Senior seminar right now called Witches and Witchcraft.

I have absolutely no interest in the subject, but I need to take it in order to graduate. No interest. The 50 minutes are almost painful to get through. I even like the professor, but it's such a subject I can't even remotely get interested in.

I thought you were the religous, catholic type? Incense, candles, holy water and altars should be right up your alley!

stumppy
01-21-2010, 08:42 PM
I dated a witch for 3 years and it was the hottest and best piece of ass I and everyone else have ever had.

At least thats what she wanted you to think.

petegz28
01-21-2010, 08:43 PM
ROFL

Dude she was sick-hot in bed. She was sick-hot anway. Blonde, nice firm cheerleader build with that 1-jiggle ass. Loved to watch porn while we got it on. And there wasn't a place she wouldn't spread em' wide. Problem is she spread them wide for several guys. Picture a younger Rebecca Demornay with a slightly more cheerleader build.

petegz28
01-21-2010, 08:43 PM
At least thats what she wanted you to think.

What was?

Der Flöprer
01-21-2010, 08:54 PM
Dude she was sick-hot in bed. She was sick-hot anway. Blonde, nice firm cheerleader build with that 1-jiggle ass. Loved to watch porn while we got it on. And there wasn't a place she wouldn't spread em' wide. Problem is she spread them wide for several guys. Picture a younger Rebecca Demornay with a slightly more cheerleader build.

Hey, I'm all for it. But the "everybody else" part cracked me the fuck up. We've all been there brah! Sounds like your experience was better than a lot of people's.

Simply Red
01-21-2010, 09:06 PM
This. Between my BA and my MA, I took a year off. I hung with a "coven" of witchy types. As others said, wild sex. They were cool, empowered chicks for the most part. At the time I really enjoyed them, but some of them really went off the deep end over the years (one joined some crazy cult that was convinced that their "master" lived in the center of the earth with all the great scientists and was doing some sort of secret work to lead them to salvation).

I hear ya. I dated a girl in town here, that ran a Consignment shop in 'Little Five Points' she was an odd one, our first date she was heavily sedated on something, she lived in a bad ass condo downtown, but her friends where very matrixesque and they all would point out random coincidences CONSTANTLY, and that shit got old. But, what was even odder is, she had 'In God I Trust' embedded by fingers plowing into concrete, lettered on her mantle above the fireplace. ... odd pup she was. Went to a party w/ her once, everyone was really unorthodoxly civil and postured, and then we went to the back of the outside of the house, there was a crowd gathered around a small fire and an American Indian in full head-dress. No BULLSHIT.

MOhillbilly
01-22-2010, 08:37 AM
I hear ya. I dated a girl in town here, that ran a Consignment shop in 'Little Five Points' she was an odd one, our first date she was heavily sedated on something, she lived in a bad ass condo downtown, but her friends where very matrixesque and they all would point out random coincidences CONSTANTLY, and that shit got old. But, what was even odder is, she had 'In God I Trust' embedded by fingers plowing into concrete, lettered on her mantle above the fireplace. ... odd pup she was. Went to a party w/ her once, everyone was really unorthodoxly civil and postured, and then we went to the back of the outside of the house, there was a crowd gathered around a small fire and an American Indian in full head-dress. No BULLSHIT.

did he greet you in the traditional indian way with a little war dance and the chant of hihowarya hihowarya?

Sofa King
01-22-2010, 08:52 AM
I hear ya. I dated a girl in town here, that ran a Consignment shop in 'Little Five Points' she was an odd one, our first date she was heavily sedated on something, she lived in a bad ass condo downtown, but her friends where very matrixesque and they all would point out random coincidences CONSTANTLY, and that shit got old. But, what was even odder is, she had 'In God I Trust' embedded by fingers plowing into concrete, lettered on her mantle above the fireplace. ... odd pup she was. Went to a party w/ her once, everyone was really unorthodoxly civil and postured, and then we went to the back of the outside of the house, there was a crowd gathered around a small fire and an American Indian in full head-dress. No BULLSHIT.

what were YOU on is the question...

CoMoChief
01-22-2010, 09:22 AM
SR, I think they mostly work in High School cafeterias. "The lunch lady" etc?

In my Elem. school we had a man "lunch lady"

We would all call him "Jimmy the Lunch Lady" And he had some personal vandetta with some of the students and would almost 2-3 times/week would send people to the principal's office, all because we all made fun of this guy.

Pretty sad when a bunch of 3rd and 4th graders can get under your skin. The guy probably drove himself off a cliff by now.

I know Zach remembers Jimmy the Lunch Lady at Lucy Franklin Elem.

MOhillbilly
01-22-2010, 09:34 AM
In my Elem. school we had a man "lunch lady"

We would all call him "Jimmy the Lunch Lady" And he had some personal vandetta with some of the students and would almost 2-3 times/week would send people to the principal's office, all because we all made fun of this guy.

Pretty sad when a bunch of 3rd and 4th graders can get under your skin. The guy probably drove himself off a cliff by now.

I know Zach remembers Jimmy the Lunch Lady at Lucy Franklin Elem.

so you made fun of the guy who made your food?:shake:

seclark
01-22-2010, 09:37 AM
so you made fun of the guy who made your food?:shake:

that's what i was thinking...wonder who the joke was really on?
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