Friday, 12 April 2013

Dogs Delight 34 Witch

Instead they showed the postmistress, who claims to be a witch, her eyes looking at each other, her long face in close-up under the black shawl:

‘We’re not a tight-knit community,’ she proclaims aggressively.  ‘Witches face a lot of prejudice in backward places like this.  I expect people will be pointing fingers at me.’

‘Only if they can find them,’ said Richard as the witch was pushed aside by Mrs Hunt leaning into the microphone and barking, ‘A lot of fuss.  Labradors are bound to retrieve things left lying around.  It’s their instinct.’

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