Chain letters annoy me more than a degu using its wheel at 3.00 in the morning. And why do they annoy me? Because they are absolute utter rubbish. They mean nothing, they harness no magic or energy and there is no truth, I'll repeat that - NO TRUTH at all that they will do any of the things they claim they will.
Yet the nasty spiteful people behind these mass cons always manage to succeed in upsetting somebody when they send out their pathetic little messages.
These horrid little missives can range from death threats to curses to hexes to wishing bad luck on yourself and your family. They can cause real distress in the recipient who often feels faced with the difficult choice of facing up to the bad luck or passing the letter on to somebody else and causing harm to them as well. So this witch is making an offer. Send them to me! Yep, no matter how nasty, no matter how hateful, no matter what they threaten, you are welcome to type them out and send them to email@example.com You can then rest knowing you haven't broken the chain but you've sent it on to somebody who isn't going to lose a minute's sleep over receiving it.
Now what will I do with them? Depends really. If I'm pressed for time I'll just delete them and break the chain. If I've got a few spare minutes I'll Google the text, try to find the person who started it and send them a letter of my own sharing my opinion of them and giving them a good dressing down for their childish ways. But if the letters arrive on a bad mood day, I will print them out and burn them in a ritual fire with a little hexing ingredient of my own. And that small minded creepy little letter writing nerd may well find out his/her letter generates a good deal more bad luck than they ever bargained for.......
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