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Giles at the Library??



So I'm way behind and missed out on Buffy when I was younger, so I'm catching up now and loving it. Today at the library, I totally saw a guy who looked like Giles and I wanted to run up to him and start talking and telling him he's like the coolest librarian, but had to stop myself. So I admired Giles-look alike from afar and was reminded that I need to watch Buffy when I get off work tonight!:)

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  1. Ahh, that is so cool! I totally adore stuffy Giles. He's super cool. :D


    Hmm, that sounded fangirlly. Oh wells, who cares? It's Buffaaaaay!

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  2. Yaaaay Buffy! I was behind the times, too, and I watched all the DVDs the summer before last. I love it!!

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  3. I've seen the movie but missed out on the show!

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  4. That is very cool! You have more self control than me, I don't think I could have resisted telling him!

    Hope you're enjoying the wonder that is Buffy :)

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  5. Giles was one of my favorite parts of that show. After the 4th or 5th session (forget which), the series lost its appeal for me, but it's still one of those guilty pleasures. shhh. ;)

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  6. Never seen the movie or show! But I have heard good things :D ... Thinking about looking it up on youtube.

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  7. Giles look-a-like? Wish I could've been there :( I would've admired him from afar too hehe
    I LOOOOVE Buffy I'm trying sooo hard to get one of my friends to watch it but she won't :( She honestly believes it's sucky. She's only seen a few episodes. You have no idea how infuriating it is to hear that :( If she just gave it a shot she'd realize her folly hehe

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  8. OMG- I just posted about how I started watching Buffy this week! We are like psychically connected!
    I love Giles!! And how beautiful is the library on that show? My high school library looked like it was under a rock since 1962.

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