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Summary: What can I say, I'm in a weird mood. No crossover. Except with inspiration from psychotic humor on a cartoon.

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Disclaimer: I do not own Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Or the cartoon Freakazoid the psychotic comedy of which inspired this, but isn’t part of it.

(Also, this was inspired by something else too. But that’ll remain in my head.)

A group of creatures with characteristics that weren’t exactly normal by any standard sat in an abandoned warehouse.

“So why are we here again?” asked a dour faced creature with a horn sticking out of its nose.

“I have this question… and I want to hear some answers.” Said a small blue skinned demon.

“Spit it out!”

“Quiet Joe.”

The scar faced vampire grumbled and got a bag of blood out of the cooler. As he did, he paused and picked up a can.

The first speaker spoke up. “So what is it?”


Buffy and Xander were on their way back to their homes.

“Well, that was weird.”

“Oh come on Xander.”

”What? Two demons were dressed up in pink tutu’s along with clown paint on their faces. And I could have done without the Macarena dance.”

Buffy shuddered. “Well, they were dangerous.”

“And drunk.”

“They’ve killed someone at some point.”

”But they were having fun.”

“We did the world a favor, Xander.”

He sighed. “And here I hoped we’d go one night without having to save people.”

They passed by a warehouse. As they continued to talk, an explosion was heard followed by screams. When they ran in, they saw several creatures staggering around. In one corner, a vampire was rocking back and forth while staring blankly into the distance.

Buffy groaned and yelled. “What happened!”

Everyone pointed at a decapitated creature.

Xander blinked. “Is that…”

The vampire shuddered. “I thought people were kidding when they said it’s not wise to open up a can of worms.”

The End

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