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Here are the answers Mistress Willa provided in her interview in
the Washer Women issue of Playwench.
Wendeline Wylie ... but you can call me Willa.
Wench, owner of the well.
have to ask The
Scots Dragon because that's where I get all my bodices.
any of you know that I even have eyeballs! They're green, for the
I was born in a pub and I shall die in a pub!
the romantic poetry of Bill Wigglestaff
(who is ever-so-much more entertaining than that Shakespeare bloke),
waiting for JP to sweep me off my feet, and harmlessly flirting with
every other male (especially kilted ones) who cross my path in the
gestures, flowery words and general wooing techniques....oh and kilts.
Kilts should count three or four times in this list.
who don't wear kilts.
you like to do when not at the well:
with a warm, clean blanket and a romantic book of poetry after
making sure that my windows are securely locked.
rose of lust!
to the Company and All For Me Grog.
pressing considered a sport? How about wubbies?
you get to be at the well?:
out working at my father's pub, The Spider's Web, but I became so
popular (might I say I was known world-wide at the Web?) that my Mum
decided she needed to get me out of there while I still had a decent
reputation. So, the relocated me to their other business...the well.
And when my father passed away, the business got passed along to me.
they are real...and no, they're not going to pop out."
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