Today is Halloween. I haven’t written anything suitable lately, so I’ve decided to share something from long ago. From Nov 3, 2015, to be exact.
But before I get to that, I’ll share a couple of pictures I took today (along with zombie baby above that I took a couple of weeks ago).
I don’t think the Great Pumpkin is coming.
[Previously posted on November 3, 2015]
The series ended 12 [now 15… holy crap, I’m old] years ago, but it taught us some valuable truths. Read them. Heed them. And you can thank me later.
11 things I learned from Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- Never underestimate the power of a pointy stick.
- If you only see that super-hot guy you like at night, he’s probably a vampire.
- Don’t eat all of the fundraising chocolate bars you’re kids bring home.
- Spend an inordinate amount of time in the library.
- Adding Weetabix to blood gives it texture for a lovely breakfast.
- Don’t bring friends and loved ones back from the dead – it never ends well.
- Even in the worst possible situation, sarcasm and humor are always good ideas.
- Bunnies are to be feared.
- Always bring kittens to a poker game.
- If one is a British man, he will sound intelligent and sophisticated and God damn sexy no matter what he is saying. [Okay, I knew this one a long time ago…]
- You can face life by doing things the hard way or… actually, there’s just the hard way.
Happy Halloween. May you eat too much chocolate with no regrets.
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