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The magical powers of a teapot

May 9th, 2024 at 11:32pm

In this dream I was in Antarctica and working for Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle (of the TV show “Foyle’s War”) where I made the great discovery that it was possible not only to detect a murderer by using the magical powers of a teapot, but to restrain a suspect too.

Mr. Foyle was greatly pleased by this as a combination of Antarctica’s occupational health and safety policies and their human rights legislation meant it was no longer permissible to physically touch or hold a suspect in the course of arresting them, and Mr. Foyle was absolutely adamant that those laws must be strictly adhered to, so detaining people by waving a teapot around made working within the rules much easier.

Mr. Foyle informed me that the fact I am a wizard was his main reason for hiring me, as he thought skills involving magic and inanimate objects would come in handy one day.


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  • 1. nbrettoner  |  May 10th, 2024 at 10:14 am

    Hi Samuel,
    You do surface with the most amazing dreams 🙂
    To be foiled by the ably~assisted Foyle; in the midst of felonious eronious
    wantan wickedness (due to no doubt the foibleness of the offender’s derelict character)
    is no doubt a thing to beholden.
    {One cannot always aford a ford, but can always beholden}.
    As in dreams, one’s mind can wander in wonderment, leading in both suitecases to utter confusion.
    However!, in this your most wonderful dream we have all the makings of a truly English High Tea.
    Either Earl Grey or Yorkshire. Although The Queen preferred Darjeeling.
    It’s always good to be recognised by superiors (i.e. a~Foyled) in our abilities accomplishments and attributes.
    Was much tea spilt?. Nary a drop I expect, with that stick~thingy being waven about.

    Ummm, why does “mad hatter’s tea party” come to mind?.
    Oh, it’s nearly thyme for my Gpa nappus

    Kind regards from the murky north

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