I think I understood the OP--the poster was allegedly looking for a witch to help reverse a spell (as in a period) of bad luck and health problems that he/she was having. But that's about the extent of the information that the poster provided.
And nothing the poster said subsequently clarified why these were problems that required the services of a witch, or what sort of witch was needed.
It was the lack of info that contributed to some of the playful responses. The poster didn't offer enough elaboration to be taken completely seriously.
Only in response to a question, did the poster say
no not green witch wiccan witch or voodoo witch
i am looking for real witch whit powers and whos spells are actually working
Well, what is a "real witch"? Why didn't this poster tell us more about what he/she was actually looking for? I've met many people who actually believe in Voodoo, or Espiritismo, or Santerismo, or Santeria Afro-Caribbean forms of magic, and those people can describe their beliefs and tell you exactly what sort of person they are looking for to cast a spell or remove one. And people who share these cultural beliefs generally know who casts spells, and where to find such people--at the very least, they know who to ask without suddenly popping into a strange forum that is unrelated to the culture.
So, I'm disinclined to believe that the OP was someone from a different culture who was naively looking for a practitioner of some culturally shared magic arts here at A2K.
And I do think the OP understood the responses he/she was getting. He/she apparently recognized the photo of Elizabeth Montgomery from "Bewitched" and thought it was funny. It is possible the person did not understand some of the word play that was going on. But the person was also being asked questions, by GreenWitch, that they chose not to answer, suggesting this was not someone seriously looking for help--or someone seriously looking for a "witch".
While I might not share those beliefs, I am perfectly willing to listen to and discuss any culturally based beliefs in magic without challenging them. I find the subject extremely interesting from an anthropological perspective and I've always felt that way. Had I thought the poster was serious, I would have responded accordingly.
Whether this poster was serious or not, it is extremely difficult to communicate with someone who is not supplying much info, and who additionally appears limited in coherent English.