June 8th, 2012

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FIC: Could We Have Kippers for Breakfast, Mummy Dear? (G/X, G/O, G/S) Slash NC-17

Title: Could We Have Kippers for Breakfast, Mummy Dear?
Author: Goddess Michele
Date: June 7, 2012
Pairing: Giles/Xander, Giles/Oz, Giles/Spike (no, not at the same time)
Spoilers: Very vague ones for various Buffy episodes.
Rating: NC17—for men loving men
Beta: I am my own worst beta!
Disclaimer: Joss Whedon and the continuity kings at Mutant Enemy own Giles, and the rest of the Scooby gang, I just play with ‘em once in a while.
Feedback: Yes, PLEASE! starshine24mc@yahoo.com
Archive: Written for the Summer of Giles.
Summary: Three potential wake up calls…
Author’s note: Happy Birthday to me.
Author's note 2: Sorry, I know I'm 3 hours late CMT, but I was shanghai'd by a new baby and a surprise party.

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Vid: Landfill (Giles/Spike) NSFW

Hello, everybody! I have three videos for you guys today. I hope you enjoy!

Title: Landfill
Pairing: Giles/Spike (Shippy)
Warnings: Sex, sex, sex and more sex
Summary: The plot is relatively simple, Giles and Spike have been going at it like bunnies until Spike fucks up which pisses off Giles enough for him to whip out his crossbow. (No, that's not an euphemism for anything. ;p) Spike doesn't know why Giles is mad and what's going on so he assumes Giles dumped him because he's had his fun with Spike and is now ready to move on. Much angst follows.
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Vid: Tonight I Can Write The Saddest Lines

This will be my third and last entry of the day.

Title: Tonight I Can Write The Saddest Lines
Pairing: Giles/Buffy (Shippy)
Rating: Worksafe
Warnings: None
Summary: "To think that I do not have her. To feel that I have lost her."
The basic idea behind this video was to interpret canon events through B/G goggles, which is something I rarely do with my AU videos. I wanted to play with the idea that the real reason Giles left was because he and Buffy had been romantically involved but their love had turned sour before her death (which of course isn't true in canon). The real tragedy for Giles was not only her death, but the fact that he had already lost her before that. So when she comes back from the death, he tries to come to terms with losing her.

The poem is by Pablo Neruda and spoken here by Spokenverse (from YouTube)

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