No, you move out of the way. You never know when she might accidentally kick you in the face/head.
i twitch my nose and she goes off in a puff
No because I am always up on Olympus and Hecate is imposing new broom laws for her fellow sorcerers.
no you don’t duck. she may be flying low because she’s lost and looking for directions.
You’re Quackers !
I don’t duck . . . I dive
I try to avoid witches altogether, as a general rule.
No. It could be my fore-mother – one of the last women to be hanged for witchcraft in the UK.
I’m not joking!
No, I wave them away. The magical field around the Tower of Art is unpredictable and can seriously interfere with the guidance systems of even the best broomsticks.
Wizards and witches have to look out for each other.
If she’s coming towards me, of course. But witches have their priorities and in this neck of the woods she (or they) can be going in any direction and not care who sees them. Decades ago, when I last lived here, I told one to look out and she actually said thanks — it’s not always the best idea to fly low around here. But they have their priorities and I bang my head on enough things not to need broomstick concussions.
Depends on the witch.If it’s like Glenda the good witch of the north I’d probably holler at her if I could buy her a drink but if it was the evil,ugly witch of the east I’d probably throw a rock at her and run.Laters.