Today I was reading papers for the "grammar" side of things, and one of the writers kept using "witch" instead of "which".
The first time it popped up, I underlined it and said "ooh, witch!" and drew a picture of a witch's hat and broom.
The second time, I underlined it and said "a witch! scary". Then in the margin I wrote "witch/which" and using arrows to indicate the word to which I was referring "This one is a noun" and "This one is a subordinating conjunction". I'm sure you can guess where the arrows went.
I circled a few more misuses. The last instance of "witch" in the paper, I drew another witch's hat and broom. I almost drew a black cat, but then I thought maybe it was going over the line.
I wonder if the writer ever confuse the two again...
(PS: Rory returned tonight! Yay for returned kitties).