Anonymous said: r u a vampire
No, but I still harbor delusions of becoming one that I should have outgrown decades ago. I bought the coat pictured below off of a nightstalker and then immediately, foolishly, set out into the sunlight to gloat, only for my skin to smoke and blister due to a topical acne medication which has acted as both boon and bane to my self-confidence over the past few years. So it seems, like the opposite of Blade, I have all of the weaknesses of a vampire, and none of the strengths.
However! I recently saw a wonderfully honest film entitled “Vampire Dog,” which really showcased the lack of glamour involved with the myth and instead focused on the desperate hunger and loneliness these beasts face. It partially assuaged my desires and now I dream of being a gainfully employed human person instead. Norm MacDonald voiced the role of the titular Vampire Dog in a rare dramatic turn.
There are so many small, perfect affects in this film that once I finished it, I immediately wanted to see it again.
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