Often people happen onto my site looking for spells, one of the most frequent searches being for spells to make exes or romantic rivals go away. If I had this spell, I'd be a rich woman instead of a tired one. We all try to be serene with the past; we're supposed to be be evolved and beyond it, unconcerned with what happened before us. But if that's correct, it doesn't explain the popularity of the Nasty Bitch Be Gone candle at my local voodoo store. According to the yellowed card attached to the side of the display that gives you critical information for making your candle decisions -- St. Theresa for love and money, St. Anthony for concentration, and so on. Nasty Bitch Be Gone promises "to rid yourself of his exes and any potential hos getting on your man." If this doesn't work, you can head over to the actual voodoo dolls and try to stick a few pins into their teeny-tiny little hearts in hopes of some sympathetic doll magic.
I'm with old Woody Allen when he says stuff like, Yeah, I'm a little jealous, like Medea. Jealousy is an emotion most of us are afraid to admit, more embarrassing than a story that starts, And then I gave him a blowjob beside the dumpster . . . Because that story can go somewhere whereas jealousy is a dead end, the dark underbelly of desire and sadness, the vale of tears stuff. So we go on looking in secret for the cure, all the while sticking ourselves with pins, the staves of the past acting as a torture device, one even our worst enemies couldn't design half so well.
Michelle's Spell of the Day
"Eternal nothingness is fine if you happen to be dressed for it." Woody Allen
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