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    How to tell if you are a vampire

    o_____o These people aren't kidding. Read the comments at the bottom.

    I'm curious as to what would cause people to think like this.

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    Weird, I almost just posted something similar the other day. I just heard about this and got curious, so I went searching online.

    I think some people who feel like they don't belong in regular society, probably NF's, have found this fringe vampire culture as a way to make sense of weird things that have caused them not to belong (like raging emotions, attraction to dark things, intuition, and strange sleep patterns) and it makes them feel important and relieved.

    It becomes even easier to fit one's self into this vampire category when people consider being an "energy vampire" or a "psychic vampire" a form of vampirism as opposed to strictly blood drinking vampires.
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    Most of the traits seem INFP, some of them just NF, and the occasional INTJ like trait I think. I used to drink my own blood once, it was interestingly salty . Some of those "traits" were clearly ridiculous, wtf does being a vampire have to do with sexual energy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewelchild View Post
    Weird, I almost just posted something similar the other day. I just heard about this and got curious, so I went searching online.

    I think some people who feel like they don't belong in regular society, probably NF's, have found this fringe vampire culture as a way to make sense of weird things that have caused them not to belong (like raging emotions, attraction to dark things, intuition, and strange sleep patterns) and it makes them feel important and relieved.

    It becomes even easier to fit one's self into this vampire category when people consider being an "energy vampire" or a "psychic vampire" a form of vampirism as opposed to strictly blood drinking vampires.
    "Dear ďDick Liberenth Ē You are not alone anymore. You enter this page and itís good that you know now that you are one of us. And you donít have to be afraid anymore. Now you just have to know who you are. Iím glad that you arenít afraid to vampires anymone.
    - Welcome new vampire "

    Their logic is sooooo off, though. I mean... they must have something very wrong psychologically.

    I'll agree that they're probably NFs, though. XD

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    Eh, maybe some have psychological problems, but if you don't know about something like MBTI and you're not strong on logic, and you've been alienated your whole life and you feel oddly out of place and full of raging emotion, and are attracted to things involving imagination and fantasy ... I can see someone coming to that conclusion.
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    This Twilight craze is getting way out of hand...

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    That page smells of NF. Poor, misguided NF.

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    Hemophagia, the consumption of blood (actual, or a desire that persists and is disturbing) is often a sign of a more serious underlying condition.

    You can spot one such condition quickly. When you next urinate, wait a few minutes before flushing. If the urine slowly turns to a color that can be mistaken for blood, you have one form of porphyria; if not, you may still have other forms, or some other condition.

    Your best bet is to make an appointment with a psychiatrist, who can then proceed with a differential diagnosis, or send you on to an endocrinologist.

    If you decide that you absolutely MUST consume blood, you should cook it first. The US Armed Forces Survival Manual states succinctly that raw blood will likely make you sick, so it should be mixed equally with water and boiled for at least a minute to prevent vomiting and to kill parasites and pathogens.

    Beef and pork blood should be available from a butcher shop inexpensively--tell them you want to make blood pudding.

    - according to a psych nurse from this link
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    @lane777 - You should post that as a response on the webpage.

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    Done
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