A Place For Everything And Everything In Its Place

We vampires are a pretty free spirited bunch. We’ll do most anything any time of night or day night.

However, I’m a stickler for getting the basics right. Nice clean puncture wounds on the neck, or a really good gash across the jugular. I hate to see multiple puncture wounds – it looks hesitant and conflicted – like we feel we shouldn’t be biting people, draining their life blood and leaving them dead in shallow graves.

Whatever else you do, drain all the blood, don’t leave any. It’s wasteful. And NEVER put any of your own blood back. We’ve all been there. A few days later someone covered in mud turns up seeks you out and asks your advice. “You made me,” they say. As if it’s my fault.

So, do it right. Drink your fill. Pop them in a shallow grave. If there is any risk you’ve got something wrong, cover your back and bury them with a really bloody heavy rock on their head.

Otherwise:

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~ by afraidosunlight on May 4, 2012.

2 Responses to “A Place For Everything And Everything In Its Place”

  1. Hey Aoibhe! You are a woman of principle and (let’s be honest) considerable style. I feel you’re wasted hanging about that graveyard. Why not move to the suburbs? A nice city basement someplace, plenty of nightlife, and the wifi coverage is MUCH better. Hope to see you in the Big City soon! Indigo x

  2. And by the way, I’ve popped you on my blogroll. I hope this pushes a few innocents your way ;>

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