Witch's Tit Not As Cold As Expected
Published August 17, 1999 in Whoa!

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- A new study, conducted by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has found the heat capacity of witches' tits to be significantly higher than previously believed.

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"For years, the public has assumed that the breasts of witches maintain temperatures at or around the freezing point of water," said team leader Phillip McCracken in a telephone interview.  "Through a series of revolutionary experiments, we have been able to determine that they actually achieve an average temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit."

The researchers do not currently understand why witches' tits -- while certainly warmer than expected -- are nearly 27 degrees cooler than the tits of normal humans.

"Unfortunately, theory behind the thermodynamics of thaumaturgic mammaries is sadly under-investigated," added McCracken.

Magdalena Chancerly, the president of the National Organization of Wiccans in Salem, received the news of the scientists' findings with enthusiasm.  "You can only hear 'cold as a witch's tit' so many times before becoming offended.  I, for one, am glad to have my breasts associated with the comfortable climate of spring instead of the chill of winter."

Michael Genrich is a Boston-based writer and compu-chimp.  He accepts full responsibility for The Daily Instigator.