old ass ppl talk shit about my generation until they accidentally disable their wifi and cant figure out how to turn it back on
then im suddenly the mastermind of information & resources
whats up guys
Dow Jones Stock is up 5 points
whats up guys?
THE DOW JONES STOCK JOSH
umm okay :) anyways, what are you guys up too?
JOSH YOU HAVE TO SELL NOW
Can we please stop making fun of people who are over 20 and are still virgins
Can we please stop making fun of people who are not interested in sex/are repulsed by sex
Can we please stop making fun of people who aren’t interested in a sexual or romantic relationship
Can we please stop making tv shows about virgins trying to lose their virginity like it’s a leech upon their life destroying all of their goals and opportunities?
Why is calling somebody a punk an insult like hell yeah im punk I bleed fall out boy
the-elusive-ollie replied to your post “Things that will never be okay: “After Jenny died, I had dreams that…”
"every night I save you" I THINK THAT QUOTE APPLIES TO MORE THAN ONE COUPLE HMMM
Yes very much so
In Joyce’s eyes, it was. Joyce had no clue what her daughter got up to. Her only knowledge of Buffy’s “secret life” was from Buffy’s problems at school, having gotten thrown out, etc. Its also implied many times that Buffy often times shuts her mother out, literally and figuratively. A totally normal teenage thing to do, mind you.
17, while it may seem to be, is actually not old enough at all. 17 year olds are very much irrational, hormonal, emotional beings, and remain so into their twenties. (Boys especially. Sorry. :-p )
And yeah everyone was stupid in Dead Man’s Party. All except for Giles, who was too busy being awesome and hotwiring cars and kicking zombies.
Buffy totally did shut her mom out, and Joyce had very little idea of what was going on with her. But at the very least, you would think her “It never stops” speech would set off some alarms. And discovering that Buffy is a Slayer should’ve set off some too. I know that Joyce cares and is concerned about Buffy — I just don’t think she expressed her understanding for Buffy’s circumstances well enough after she had months to reflect and should’ve been able to do so better. (How she reacted at the time is, again, understandable and she didn’t have enough time to process any of it well enough.)
And hormones or not, 17 is old enough that I don’t think it’s fair to write off what Buffy did to hormones when she lost a friend, got expelled from school, had to kill the man she loved, and felt like she lost the support of all her loved ones. She has enough knowledge of the world and enough experience to understand the ramifications of what she’s doing, to be able to live on her own in LA for months, and if what she did boiled down to hormones she probably would’ve returned home at some point after they calmed down. The length of her stay in LA indicates strongly otherwise.