Monday, March 06, 2006

Writing on walls

I briefly considered live-blogging the "Wiccan" episode of Wife Swap. But if I did, it would be all "'What a jerk,' M. muttered" and "'Oh! My! God!' M. shrieked."

So I'll leave that to others. But I predict a new meme: instead of Wiccans sacrificing goats, it will be that Wiccans encourage their kids to write and draw on the walls.

Where do they find these people? And why are some people pleased?

UPDATE: Jason Pitzl-Waters learned 10 things about Wicca from watching the show.

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Blogger gl. said...

it still would have made a good read & a good literary exercise. :)

11:14 PM  
Blogger Jason said...

I'm still debating if I want to write a follow-up review. Ugh. Could there have been any more bad Wiccan stereotypes crammed into that episode?

6:17 AM  
Blogger Jason said...

The top ten things I learned about Wicca from Wife Swap.

8:28 AM  
Blogger Chas S. Clifton said...

M. thinks that it kicking the lounging coveners out of the house was a good thing, actually.

8:34 AM  
Blogger Chas S. Clifton said...


Rather than live-blogging "Wife Swap," I was writing up our day's mountain trip, actually.


9:09 AM  
Blogger Autumn said...

I watched the show. It was very interesting. I think both sides learned something from it. At lest the wife who traded with Bella didn't go off screaming in the night or start ranting about Jesus. I saw a similar video clip on a blog recently where a woman had traded with a wiccan and she freaked out.
Nice post. I am glad I stopped by

5:26 PM  

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