Q Living where I do, though, I have been wont from time to time to refer to the weather as being "colder than a witch's teat."

Meaning, of course, that of a mythical witch (which is certainly considered in western literature as not a warm being), not that of a real woman who by virtue of religious affiliation regards herself as a witch.

Okay, I should probably just stop using that phrase. Certainly many people would be offended by it.

Damn, how can simple things get so complicated?

I'm cold now.

littleidiot cold as a witch's teat? 021218
littleidiot cold as a witch's teat. 021218
p2 maybe next halloween
i will walk around
in a cow costume
"trick or teat!"
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