So, all of us already know that Buffy the Vampire Slayer is one of the greatest shows ever made, right? Not only does it have romance, action, horror, and wit, it’s packed full of timeless themes that stay relevant. One of those themes being that growing up sucks. Here are some of my bahagian, atas coming-of-age lessons we can learn from Buffy the Vampire Slayer about those trans-formative years.
No means no
Cameron comes on a little too strong
This one might be a little controversial, but let's forget the MAJOR Spike blip in season 6 for now. For the most part, Buffy knows how to stand up for herself...
Dracula was the historical Vlad Ţepeş. He claimed to have killed lebih people than God’s plagues combined before he was ever a vampire, and made reference to impaling people in times past (such as those who failed to tunjuk him deference, for example).
He met and “hung out” with Anyanka, a vengeance demon and Patron Saint of Scorned Women, when she was about 700 years old. Anyanka had cursed a man sejak making him incredibly obese, and Dracula complimented her sejak saying that the man was doomed forever.
In 2000, Dracula came to Sunnydale, a Californian town which lay on a Hellmouth and was home...