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Spike fished his ringing mobile out of a pocket, smiling as recognised the familiar number on the display. "How'd the meeting go?"

Rachel looked up from her work as Spike started to get louder and his side of the conversation degenerated into repeating Dawn. He seemed surprised when she cut him off. "How on earth did she use Andrew as a weapon?"

Glancing across at Rachel, Spike had a look of bewilderment on his face. "Fed him kebabs and beer then stuck him on a playground roundabout."

"Eew... I'd do a runner at beer and garlic sauce projectile vomit too."

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open_on_sundaychallenge #168: dizzy
Part of the London!verse and the Wolf&Declán!verse

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laridian
12th Jun, 2006 12:21 (UTC)
Ah, the technicolor yawn!
redwolf
12th Jun, 2006 12:36 (UTC)
It's a classic, I liked the idea of using it as a weapon. Poor, unsuspecting Andrew. He should know better than to accept alcohol from Dawn.
laridian
12th Jun, 2006 12:37 (UTC)
I imagine you really only get one good shot, though, so it had better count! :)
pheral
12th Jun, 2006 12:46 (UTC)
ewwwwww. :P
redwolf
12th Jun, 2006 12:53 (UTC)
Well, it did make the bad men run away.
pheral
12th Jun, 2006 13:35 (UTC)
this is true, but man, sometimes the end does not justify the means. lol.
ozma914
14th Jun, 2006 18:27 (UTC)
Ewwwww..... and, brilliant idea. On a related subject, I've always wondered if slayers would be better off eating lots of garlic.
redwolf
14th Jun, 2006 21:12 (UTC)
I don't know. But breathing vampires to death just seems to lack a little something if you're trying to throw something action related together.
ozma914
15th Jun, 2006 07:25 (UTC)
Yeah, plus ... Angel and Spike would get burned lips.

It's not an original idea. I saw an episode of "Sailor Moon" years ago that had a comic scene in which a vampire is defeated by garlic breath -- after the hero insists that the senshi have to do it, otherwise the money he spent in buying their meal would be wasted.
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