You cannot pretend you are a real witch if you cannot help a businessman get the European Union funds he wants. For example, only the other day I had a young businessman who came to me with his papers applying for European funds. I spread the cards on his documents, said my spells and splashed the papers with some potions. It only cost him about £40 for my charms but when gets the money thanks to my spells he will be happy and I will be happy because he will bring me new customers.
Witchcraft is recognised in Romania and the EU guarantees gay rights. Margareta from Pitesti has put two and two together:
I have come up with a lot of new spells to help men to get together or for men to gain more feminine features. They are starting to use make up and wear jewellery and I am helping with spells to make them more attractive, make their thighs smaller and stop their moustaches growing.
So why did everyone get so excited about Turkmenistan?
[Dave Noblog points out that plastic bags caught in trees are called witches’ knickers. I’m sure Margareta and Florica can afford silk.]
- Christening of Moors, devolution of justice to gypsies etc in C16th Scotland
Check the curious items and documents starting p591, including payments to “blak Margaret” and the precept granting “the Earl and Lord
- Towards a noun-free Southern Europe
Tim the Translator is not happy with a diktat on non-sexist language issued by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, which includes
- Horny, half-naked Cameroonian teens and the UN Universal Deceleration of Human Rights
There’s an interesting piece by Kini Nsom at the excellent Post Online (Cameroon) on topless, drunken and otherwise disorderly women in
- Brilliant online Spanish eco-wholefoods supplier
Rincón del Segura delivers an incredibly tasty range of basics nationwide.
- Exciting? Harley, my dear
Despite the marketing blitz, Barcelona is still rather like Brighton was before BBC researchers discovered the irresistible combination of out-of-town living