Wet the bed? Urine trouble now.
Thanks for the laugh. I needed that.
…and your little sog too!
It would have been worse if she did that at school.
! The Day this happens Monkeys will fly.
She’s a whizz-ard…
WAS a whizz !
Follow the yellow…never mind!
Love the comments! Now, to be to boring pedant with useless trivia…. in the original book, the stated reason the witch melted was because she was so old that she had utterly dried out and dusty, so the water washed all the rustiness away. Which means a young witch ought to be okay. Not sure of Baum‘s physics and/or chemistry here, but then, it is a land of talking scarecrows and tin men. And flying monkeys!
She shouldn’t have had that big glass of potion just before going to bed.
This made me realize that witches probably don’t swim or bathe, either.
P.s. That little witch didn’t hold her water!
Don’t cry or you’ll end up like her too!
This explains that ‘burning sensation’ she was complaining about…
Robert Mueller strikes again.Which witch was it ;)
Next time buy moisture wicking sheets.
Witches Be Loco!
Harry Potter witches aren’t green. The closest thing described was a hag and nothing about being green there. Maybe the green is mildew as the mean ones age? – or gangrene?
Go by the books only not the movies.
That effect only happens after they go through puberty.
Ah, good point
Gees Louis, keep that away from the Tin Man. He’s the one with a WD-40 bulge in his pants.