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I know this sounds Weird, and Strange,
but do any of yall wear fangs?
Occasionally yes. I know it sounds strange, but looking like a vampire makes it easier for my friends to laugh at me and accept me. I'm not just a blood drinker, I'm their very own pet vampire.
And one of my donors likes fangs. And whatever works...
No, but i cant anyway! CURSE THESE BRACES!!
Donors / Bloodletters / Bloodsharers
sharing tips, techniques and how-to's regarding feeding, bloodletting, safety, finding donors, etc. Have questions? Needing information, moral support, tips or advice? Come on in. Advanced stuff.
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who just want to feed of your Chi/Prana/Energy, so Donors are asked for this as well.
U.S. TV show "Unexplained Mysteries" investigates the story of a group of Psychology Researches, who never return from an assignment to interview a group of would-be Vampires.
The programme explores what became of the researchers, using as evidence, their own video footage and field notes found by police in Poole.
A profile of real vampire and her suburban life.
Watch her interview and learn about the real life vampire doners and her friends...
Originally posted by Faiol
MAN I am watching this "tvshow"
I SURE this is recorded by ACTORS
The Independant UK 1996
MISSING, PRESUMED UNDEAD
Susan Walsh appeared to be just another ordinary, aspiring American journalist.Then she stumbled upon what looked like being the scoop of a lifetime: a network of genuine, blood-drinking vampires. Her career seemed made. Then she disappeared
James Ridgeway, her mentor at the Village Voice, had heard that blood was going missing from New York hospitals; he suggested she look into it. Walsh spent days on the phone, and weeks criss-crossing the shadowed Victorian streets of the East Village. Eventually, breathlessly, she came to him with the strangest explanation: vampires.
The story she sent Ridgeway read like bad horror. Walsh claimed, astonishingly, to have found actual adults, with office jobs, drinking other adults' blood in their cramped New York flats. Sometimes they stole it from the hospitals; most of the time, they bit and sucked - with fangs - just like Bela Lugosi. Ridgeway had hoped for a credible scoop; he was disappointed. "She got totally absorbed with the vampire thing, the theories, the energy flows.
"I'm not going to worry and waste sleep at night over who might think I'm a little kooky, because I think I'm a vampire," said Kiera, a registered nurse who works in a hospital in Atlanta. She did not want to be identified by her real name.
Throughout the country and all over the world, a hidden subculture of people believe they are real vampires. They claim to have an "energy leak," which makes them feel sick and lethargic. To offset this energy imbalance, they say they need to feed on other people's energy or blood.
"I try to be very ethical about what I do. I feed predominantly from crowds, so as not to cause harm," said Kiera, a founding member of the Atlanta Vampire Alliance.
During my two months on assignment in the Afghanistan combat theater last winter, I covered all kinds of military operations for Salem-News.com and Oregon's KPTV FOX-12. While I was there I spent time on forward combat bases, I went on infantry foot patrols, flew in helicopters, and witnessed levels of disparity that were hard to imagine.
"They come out at night, sometimes people come up missing, especially kids. They even pull their animals inside when the vampires are out."
My friend and I both wished that this guy and his bizarre stories would get lost, but he stayed right there telling us more about the local fears associated with the vampires of Afghanistan.
"It's been going on for hundreds of years here, people in other parts of the world don't even know about it; but anyone who has lived around here does."
There is no doubt that the people of Afghanistan are superstitious. Death is such a common occurrence here, and graves are no less than prevalent in places, you just see signs of it everywhere. The soldier said even our military forces have to be aware of this strange phenomena in certain parts of the country.
"Guys are scared, you're damned right. They know there isn't a thing anyone can do about it if one of them decides to come after you, you just stick with other people and hope for the best sometimes."
Another soldier made this statement, "Afghan vampire lives in the deep desert (makes sense dessication and all), looks like a normal person but is quite a bit taller, (not bigger, just taller), and most of them are women."
Originally posted by orionthehunter
For anyone who didn't know, vampires are in now. They are popular. Vampire movies and vampire TV shows are very popular. Kids and some older people enjoy all the vampire entertainment. There are a lot of young people and some a bit older imitating vampires and also into a goth look. To be labeled a vampire nowadays, you don't even need to drink blood, you can mysteriously drain the energy away from others to feed. You don't even need to touch them. That makes it even easier to join the vampire club. As is, I think a lot of this vampirism is not reality. Many people like the culture and fantasy that relates to the vampire world and fantasy. However don't tell them it's all in their head or they won't like you.
I even went to one of these sites and mentioned a story about not feeling well and suddenly felt better after talking to a girl taking my order at a restaurant. The girl suddenly looked ill and stumbled and fell within seconds. Voila, I'm suddenly labeled a psychic vampire. That wasn't hard to join the vampire club. Strange thing about that was the only person next to me suddenly felt ill too. I was perfectly fine at that point. Stranger things have happened though. I didn't have to drink any blood or anything else. You could even say with a loose definition we all feed on other's peoples energy. We even feed on the energy of this planet. Some people even say we are killing the planet. Until you have some way to scientifically measure and quantify some exchange of energy between individuals, it's just in your imagination in my opinion. It can be fun to pretend though. What is really scary are people who start believing all this is real and go around and want to kill vampires and/or vampire wannabe's. There are real psychos out there.
Originally posted by orionthehunter
I forgot to mention a pretty girl with fangs looks very sexy in my opinion. I do not wear fangs nor have I ever tried any. I'm not even sure why the look seems so sexy.
I prefer two fangs over the eye teeth. I noticed fake fangs are even sold online.
Sometimes I think my mother might be one of those psychic vampires. I feel drained a lot of the time after going over to visit her.
Maybe it's due to "you need to fix this" or do that, or do this etc. etc. or something is broken, can you fix it? I'm treated like a handyman when I visit.
Every once in a while I need to get away and absorb the party energy in a night club. I usually feel better after a visit there.
I think the sexy look is more like the girl in the pic on the site with two custom fit fangs. I don't believe a full set of vampire teeth looks sexy.
I guess it depends on what kind of look you want.