Torturers, bound to be in league with the Tooth Fairy, the one magical being Eileen is known to really be scared of. Eileen is not frightened of the Witch (though well aware of her capabilities) or other fairies generally but the Tooth Fairy has everyone on her list and even Eileen is not exempt. Eileen doesn’t like that.
What Eileen always gives out to those meriting it. Others call it the tough approach. The critics point out it is Eileen who defines what is just.
Something Jenny is prone to and a misery for those suffering from it. Eileen sees it as a pathetic complaint and people, including Jenny, should just stop whinging. Jenny’s response was to tell her mother to never apply to go on the Samaritans’ phone helpline. People want sympathy and it’s clear to Jenny Eileen can’t manage it. This did not go down well and if anyone other than Jenny had said it, they’d have been in trouble.
What someone’s suffering from when they can’t match Eileen’s levels of fitness. Eileen doesn’t allow for the fact that most are nowhere near as fit as she is but could still put a credible effort in.
Events to celebrate the best of humanity’s efforts. Eileen has time for them all but with one exception - she has no time for the talent show spotting type events (they’re a business drumming up racket in her view).
Eileen has been impressed by the movies. Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter - Eileen is a lady who can see these films as documentaries of magical life on other magical worlds.