BtVS watcher since:
First watched Once More With Feeling. Have since watched all episodes in all seasons at least once. [Loved the movie, but taught Tuesday night. Not anymore.]
Hanging out at the ATPoBtVS Posting board since:
Since about April 1, 2002. Found the ATP site first and had to read and muse my way through everything there before coming here.
Origin of posting name:
My favorite nickname from Buffy and one of the very few that is meant affectionately.
Age / species / day-job:
funny how this changes every year / vamp goddess / consultant programmer
Most memorable BtVS/AtS quote:
Not possible to do one:
quiet-here-it-comes: "Suuuum-one waaaaaas-n't woooooor-thy."
pretty-much-sums-it-all-up (not in the episode): "Oh, I need a hug."
serious(lie): "The good guys are always stalwart and true, the bad guys are easily distinguished by their pointy horns or black hats, and, uh, we always defeat them and save the day. No one ever dies, and everybody lives happily ever after."
serious(truth): "Dawn, the hardest thing in this world ... is to live in it."
wish-I-had-a-reason-to-use-it 1: "Well, at least you all didn't dream about that guy with the cheese"
and 2: "It's a big rock. I can't wait to tell my friends. They don't have a rock this big."
Bill Watterson & the modern-day Calvin and Hobbes
3.141592653589793238433 squared, because pi r square
Strangest thread topic ever posted:
A thread topic can be strange?
Coolest thread topic ever posted:
Coolest: My ATPo Buffy, Public Enemy #1 Posting Thread
Why I love this board more than unlife itself:
No one, absolutely no one, ever starts a new thread with "I like Spike best. Who's your favorite?" Also, the level of intelligent discourse, discussion, debate and postulation just makes me feel smarter for reading it.
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