Write your own parody of the "Double, double, toil and trouble" chant.

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When one writes a parody, one is attempting to produce a funny imitation of an author or genre. It is often amusingly hyperbolic, or exaggerated. An audience has to be able to recognize the original text being parodied in order to understand both the similarities and the humor produced.

To begin your parody of this scene, you might want to come up with a scenario in which three women are working on something together. I think that having three females is crucial to ensuring that the original text of the parody is recognizable to your audience. You could choose some kind of stereotypical scenario, such as three mothers wishing that their...

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