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    (Original post by Tucking Fypo)
    lmao :rofl2::toofunny::jester:

    Black swagga. :afraid:
    Lol, not all of us are like her.

    Her manner of speaking gets to me. I'm sure there are mellow black girls who are not rough around the edges who might have applied to the show but weren't chosen to appear because they didn't stand out like her. I know that I wouldn't have made it onto the show had I applied.
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    (Original post by Stray_talk)
    White Witch, bit more harmless
    A witch is a witch, there's no point in sugar coating the term with white.
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    (Original post by jklmn)
    You sound naive... Witches don't exist, but people who think they are do, otherwise known as idiots.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wicca
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    (Original post by babygirl110)
    A witch is a witch, there's no point in sugar coating the term with white.
    I couldn't agree more, unfortunately most people aren't informed enough about the religion to know what the word actually means without a lengthy explanation and the assumptions they make on hearing the word witch are generally nothing to do with what is intended. For some reason the word white witch has been chosen by society, it's what I get asked most often when I tell people I'm a witch, "Are you a white witch?" and it's what ITV preferred to use. It's not a term I use myself at all. The majority of people in the UK also have no idea what wiccan means, so it's not useful as an alternate correct term either.

    I loathe the term white witch, it's meaningless. Besides the only white witch I tend to think of is the one from the CS Lewis books and she was hardly a pleasant character!

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    (Original post by marysiak)
    I couldn't agree more, unfortunately most people aren't informed enough about the religion to know what the word actually means without a lengthy explanation and the assumptions they make on hearing the word witch are generally nothing to do with what is intended. For some reason the word white witch has been chosen by society, it's what I get asked most often when I tell people I'm a witch, "Are you a white witch?" and it's what ITV preferred to use. It's not a term I use myself at all. The majority of people in the UK also have no idea what wiccan means, so it's not useful as an alternate correct term either.

    I loathe the term white witch, it's meaningless. Besides the only white witch I tend to think of is the one from the CS Lewis books and she was hardly a pleasant character!

    Marysia
    You're a witch?

    Can I ask where you get your powers from? Just curious.
 
 
 
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