A GIF Guide On What To Get Joss Whedon For His 49th Birthday


Joss Whedon has given us a lot — *inhales* Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly, Serenity, half of Dollhouse, The Avengers, that one episode of The Office, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, The Cabin in the Woods, Much Ado About Nothing, the best parts of Speed, Toy Story, and especially Waterworld, still an amusing punchline 20 years later *exhales* — so today, on his 49th birthday, we thought we’d give something back to him.

Below, you’ll find a list of gifts, in GIF form, you may want to buy for and send to Whedon, who can be reached at 1313 Cancellation Rd. I’m Going to Kill Everyone You Love, California 13834. Double check that zip code.

Toy dinosaurs.

dinosaurs wash

A cloning machine (or a demon, if that’s easier).

double xander

Some new, less melancholy music.

angel melancholy

A motorcycle for you and your best buddy.

angel spike motorcycle

A dome to trap the inhabitants of Arizona.


Mr. Kitty Fantastico

kittykitty 2

Bling. Any kind will do.

buffy ring

Penis enhancement pills.

hammer penis


giles scotch

A pack of smokes.

giles cigarette


randy giles

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