I always thought it was telling that in the title of the episode “Lovers Walk” there was no apostrophe. It’s not like they’re following a path in Sunnydale called Lover’s Walk or anything. It was just lovers. Walking.
Who are the lovers? Angel and Buffy? Spike and Drusilla? Buffy and Spike? Spike and Angel? Yes.
When Spike makes his speech about “you’ll never be friends” on the surface he is talking about Angel and Buffy, but unconsciously he’s also talking about himself and Drusilla “you’ll fight and you’ll shag” and (in my own Spangel shipping heart anyway) about himself and Angel.
In a prescient way he also describes himself and Buffy in the future “you’ll hate each other until it makes you quiver but you’ll never be friends.”
"Love isn’t brains" is perfect to describe Spike/Buffy because he tells her repeatedly in later seasons that he knows it’s crazy that he’s in love with her but he just can’t help it.
"what are the chances of EVERYONE in a group of friends being queer" you do realize that we all tend to flock together like penguins huddling for warmth in a cold, heteronormative world, right
Nathan Fillion is not appreciated enough.
I couldn’t appreciate him more or I would DIE.
a underaged girl could be wearing lingerie and shaking her ass in a grown man’s face begging him to take her and guess whaaat
hes still trash for fucking her
hes the adult. he has enough control and willpower to say no. he knows that fucking kids is wrong.
stop sympathizing with men and protecting them for falling “victim” to “teenage temptresses”
if you cant trust yourself to not fuck kids, even if they “tempt you” the problem is you, NOT the kid
find someone who looks at you the same way mark ruffalo looks at paul rudd
i got a dean cut out
and then carried him 12 blocks back to the hotel
And then? Don’t leave us hanging.
my milkshakes bring all the boys are the yard and they’re like “your friend is hot”