Chasing Me Chasing You

An uncollared submissive struggling through depression, motherhood, and the constant craving of her next orgasm.

Part of the Scooby Gang

Angel, Spike, and Buffy Characters from TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

I’m in my late twenties (late late twenties, if I’m honest). I missed the Dallas/Dynasty years by a bit, and was too old for the Twilight generation as well. However, I fell smack into Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Angel generation. These aren’t Anne Rice’s vampires. They live in crypts, not mansions. Forcing the show to live in cemeteries and graveyards. These locations become the backdrops for romance, sex, and various other seedy activities. But this show just made them a location, in some cases, a home.

The vampire bad-boy Spike (the gorgeous James Marsters) lives in a crypt/mausoleum for the duration of his time on the show. It’s a comfortable, decorated space with a TV, a lamp, and a fridge full of blood. What’s odd about that?

I guess through this show I’ve just come to see cemeteries as a place. In some cases, a very sexy place. I mean, people have sex in airplanes and meadows; why not a graveyard? It’s quiet and peaceful and often more secluded than my own house (toddlers don’t bang on the door in graveyards).

I can’t say that I have a desire to have sex in a graveyard, but at the same time, it doesn’t sound awful. Sir grew up next to a cemetery, he isn’t a fan. He also wasn’t a Buffy fanatic like me, so maybe I just need to get him into the show and then he’ll be planning a nighttime adventure. I think it’s just one of those ‘things we shouldn’t want to enjoy’. One of those dirty little thoughts that we were raised to avoid or never mention. So, while I’m not begging to be chained up in the closest cemetery any time soon, I completely understand the compulsion that others may have to do so.

Just to be clear, if Spike ever asked me round to his place for some quality time, I would let that beautiful man suck me dry.

Wicked Wednesday

5 Responses to “Part of the Scooby Gang”

  • little girl

    Well…we are in our forties and those were our favorite shows of all time. Have every season of both on DVD. Actually watched a little Buffy last night on cable.

    When Buffy ended, we were heartbroken. My husband was close to swearing off TV shows forever!

    • CollaredMom

      So glad that I’m not the only one. I compare every other Joss Whedon show to Buffy and none of them compare.

  • Marie Rebelle

    I have actually never been a Buffy fan, but neither have watched Dallas, Dynasty or Twilight. Or Friends. I was more into books and writing most of the time 🙂

    Like the comparisons you make with Buffy and your own thoughts about cemeteries though 🙂

    Rebel xox

  • DelFonte

    In my forties and I watched every episode of Buffy and Angel when they came out.
    I grew up in a village with a graveyard right in the middle, no streetlights. I got use to walking through it in the dark. Highgate cemetery in London is also a great place to walk through, amazing tombstones. As long as they’re old and not ‘currently’ in use then I’ve no problem exploring.

  • Molly

    Haha toddlers don’t bang on the door in cemeteries… how true that statement is!



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