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Vexation"They're horrible." Andrew spun himself around in his office chair.

"Granted," Giles agreed. "But surely you can handle a group of little girls."

Andrew planted his feet on the floor and stared at Giles in horror. "Little girls? Most of them are taller than I am. You only had to deal with one Slayer, I get them en masse and just when they start to respect me, I get a new batch. Can't I just drop them down an elevator shaft?"

Giles savoured the thought a moment too long. "That would be wrong."

"Launch them from a trebuchet?"




open_on_sundaychallenge #138: being dizzy
Part of the London!verse


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14th Nov, 2005 04:49 (UTC)
Trebuchet vs. elevator shaft. Andrew's much, much kinder than you would be. *grins*
14th Nov, 2005 04:58 (UTC)
I love a good trebuchet.
14th Nov, 2005 05:14 (UTC)
They can be quite handy. *nods sagely*
14th Nov, 2005 08:18 (UTC)
I can see my house from heeeeeeerrrrrrreeeeee......
Oh, come on ... how's he going to get them on the trebuchet? He'd end up being the one flying through the air.
But if Giles is so willing to agree with him, they have a real problem!
14th Nov, 2005 11:59 (UTC)
Re: I can see my house from heeeeeeerrrrrrreeeeee......
You need to get them one at a time. Tell them there's a really good view of closed lot where they're shooting that new Brad Pitt movie if they climb up onto the sling.

I may have put a bit to much thought into slinging junior Slayers.
15th Nov, 2005 12:56 (UTC)
Slinging Slayers
Yeah, there is the question of why you put so much time into the idea, but we all have our dark sides.

The Brad Pitt idea is excellent. We mustn't forget that they're slayers, but they're still young women. Which, speaking of dark sides, is most likely one reason why I became so interested in the show.
14th Nov, 2005 09:47 (UTC)
Or, he could drop a very large safe on their heads - oh no, that's Roadrunner!

Poor Andrew, all them rough, unattractive girls. ;)
14th Nov, 2005 12:02 (UTC)
The safe never worked that well for the coyote. Shame, I hated the roadrunner. He needed a good eating.

Maybe Andrew could bond with them over Tombstone. Many pretty boys in leather.
14th Nov, 2005 20:17 (UTC)
Giles savoured the thought a moment too long. "That would be wrong."

*grin* - perfect line

Poor Andrew. He's not having the easiest of times, is he?
14th Nov, 2005 21:26 (UTC)
I don't think too many people would care to be in his shoes.
15th Nov, 2005 03:12 (UTC)
*imagines several people who really deserve to be launched from a trebuchet over cliffs*

Thank you for that image!
15th Nov, 2005 03:16 (UTC)
It is rather enjoyable, isn't it?

I really, really need a trebuchet for the office.
15th Nov, 2005 03:43 (UTC)
I don't know why you removed me. I thought you were cool. You were one of my most interesting Flist people. Not to mention a fantastic writer and icon-maker.

But if that's what you want, I guess I'll see ya 'round. I'm dismayed, but no hard feelings.

Keep up the good writing.
15th Nov, 2005 03:56 (UTC)
Re: But...
I follow LJ for fiction, so most of the people on my flist are either writers or people I know through means outside of LJ.

I've cut my flist back a lot because it was getting unwieldy. Most of those cuts were because either the writer's interests or mine have moved in different directions.

If you feel you can't read my fics without your being on my flist, that is your decision to make.
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