Put a silver six pence under your pillow, and the pixies will leave your hair alone.hypatia said:I always give leeway to the realms of the magical world. Now if only the pixies would quit knotting my hair as I sleep :grumpy:
Well, i love it, some of my best mates are pixies and elves.arildno said:What's wrong with that site?
I liked it..
That is true, no way can you fool the little people, if you try you may end up in all sorts of trouble, a six pence is about all they can carry, so anything silver that size will do.hypatia said:Now where would I get a silver six pence from? Would silver spray paint on a copper penny do? hmm more then likely not, I wouldn't want to anger them and wake up with some kind freakish Dolly Parton hairdo. :surprised
Aww bye, bye Hypatia.hypatia said:Well if I suddenly stop posting here, you, and you alone will know why.
When visiting relatives in Ireland we often saw the little people, the strangeIvan Seeking said:...and......not only is this commonly reported among the locals, but one of the scientists leading this research states flatly that one of her collegues reports a direct sighting of a living hobbit. This is in the interview on the NGC special that first aired about a year after the story broke. I think there is a link to the NGC in the Biology thread...if not, a simple search should lead to a video, or at least the next airing of the story.
AFAIK, there have been no other recent little foot sightings.
I couldn't help but wonder if the researcher didn't get caught up in the thrill of the discovery. But there is this nagging detail: The locals reported occasional sightings of living hobbits long before we discovered that they really did exist.wolram said:When visiting relatives in Ireland we often saw the little people, the strange
thing is we only saw them after a night at the local, i think guiness must
sharpen the vision