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A Second Opinion

by Jonathan Hill
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 31/10/2015

"Doctor, these warts are troubling me?'

“They seem superficial to my eye.'

"And my skin has a tint to it - greenish. Liver problems?"

"Hmmm, that'd give you more of a yellowish tint. I think I know what's the matter. You're a witch."

“Pardon?!"

“You’ve a broomstick under your arm."

“True, but I just like to sweep the floor as I go."

"Anything else unusual?"

"Nothing I can think of."

“Well, I stand by my diagnosis. I think you’re a witch.'

Dissatisfied, the patient booked an appointment with another doctor for a second opinion before flying off into the darkening sky.

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