I would just like to state (this has probably been said before) that most people come here to learn, even those who are presumed "fluffy". Most of the time we bark at people for asking "can I become a vampire?" and we yell at them and assume they are ignorant fluffs for asking a simple question, and when a simple "no" would suffice. They won't learn that they can't transform, open a portal, etc., until we tell them that, and nothing makes you feel more stupid than someone yelling at you for asking a "stupid" question. We shouldn't assume that they are ignorant and fluffy until they refuse to learn that they can't transform etc. When most people see this site, and the phrase "real magic spells" a whole new world opens up, and most do the common thing, want to learn the impossible. There is nothing wrong with this, unless (like I said earlier) they refuse to learn. By scolding people for asking a fluffy question, we may be scaring away new amazing magick practitioners. So next time you see a question like, "can I become a werewolf", just say "sorry, but I have to say no".
So in a nutshell: teach, don't bite.