I believe in swearing.
I believe it’s healthy and it’s a constructive way of channeling your anger instead of punching someone in the face or punching yourself in the face or just smouldering.
I know it’s offensive to some people, and that is a shame, but then I guess it wouldn’t be as effective if it weren’t offensive to some degree. I use swearing as punctuation and occasionally people take offense and think I am swearing AT them. But I’m not. I”m just blowing off steam. I would not endorse calling people names.
But yeah. Swearing. Fuck fuck fuckity fuck and in the words of Spike, Sodding, blimey, shagging, knickers, bollocks. Because if it’s good enough for Buffy…
I’m well aware that this is probably not what the question was getting at; however…
So apparently May 21, as well as being House Day (*CHEER*), marks ten years of BTVS being off the air (*BOO*).
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN??
Buffy, um. hellooooooooo!!
When I was in hospital, I was watching series 6. I felt like I had been prevented, against my will, from dying. I had honestly come to grips with the idea of dying, even though I hadn’t wanted to initially, and it was an enormous headfuck to then have to come to terms with the fact that I WASN’T going to die after all. It sounds insane, because i really didn’t want to die in the first place, but anyway, watching Buffy go through the same feelings was fucking comforting.
This all sounds inordinately cheesy and pathetic and perhaps it is. But whatever. You either get this or you don’t and if you don’t, well, I’m kind of glad for your sake.
BUT YOU STILL NEED TO WATCH BUFFY BECAUSE IT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE HAHAHA