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Fun Vampires Have, Page 10
Do vampires have fun? Yeah, despite all the problems we have, we still manage to have some fun. We have more fun than blondes. Here's some of the fun we have, some of the silly situation we sometimes find ourselves in...
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I had made myself a long black cloak so that I could dress like Roxula (Richard Roxburgh as Dracula) and I even used make-up to make my skin pale (I have no trouble with sunlight so long as I have a cup of coffee in the morning, and when I don't only my eyes are affected). I had blood-red lipstick and red nails (which aren't quite long yet, but they're getting there), and my eyes were sticking out cause they were traced in black. Apart from the red, I really looked like a pretty corpse.
I was lolling around downtown, nothing to do, the next bus taking me home would have been around 8:45 pm and it was only a quarter to 7:00 pm. There is a church downtown, right across the street from King's Place (which is where all the busses stop). I walked in, and there was some beautiful music playing. I went to where the 'santuary level' is, and walk in through the double doors. It was just a practice for a musical performance going on, but there were a fair amount of people gathered. A few turned to see who had come in, and they stared.
I walked right up to the altar, knelt on one knee, crossed myself (I'm neo-pagan, by the way) and casually sat in a seat right up front. When the song was over and people were getting ready to leave, I went right up to the performer and told her I liked her flute-playing. She tried to avoid me while saying thanks, and as I turned to leave back down the aisle, several people in their seats were crossing themselves.
Okay, maybe it's not that funny, but I was bored and tired at the time so it had given me a laugh after I was safely out of the church.
Contributed by Christina - amalthea727 (at) yahoo.com
My story is, one day at school I had decided to bring my fake fangs that I had gotten for Halloween that previous year. At lunch, I was just hanging out with some of my friends. We have this weird wall outside that everyone goes behind. Well, I went behind it and, being as morbid and evil as I am (I mean this literally), I just kind of stood there behind the wall, glaring at the people that were above it and stuff. Well, someone I hated came above the wall and I hissed at them. They backed away instantly and everyone started asking me if my fangs were real. I just smirked and answered, "Yes..." People have kind of backed off from bothering me lately. Only a few of my friends know who and what I really am, and they accept it very well, which kinda amazed me.
Contributed by Wings of Blood
In study hall, in my high school, this guy always messes around with me while I'm on the computer. He came up to me one day (and mind you, I wanted blood badly), and started poking me in the cheek. He kept saying that I taste like steak, and stuff like that, so I turned to him and bit his wrist. Needless to say, he freaked out. He came back the next day, and asked if I could do it again.
Contributed by Rayne_Of_The_Night
During the summer, I would sit in my room where it's really dark and play on my computer, only going out to the brightly lit kitchen to get food or drink. One time, when my dad happened to walk into my room, he mentioned how dark it was, and how he thought I was a vampire (kidding, of course). I merely smiled at him and hissed, making him laugh. Later that night, I went to get something to eat. I noticed how the enitire kitchen smelt like garlic, and it was coming from the refrigerator. I asked my dad what it was, and without blinking, he replied, "Eh, your mom's trying to keep you out of the fridge." I still laugh at this, as they still have no idea!!
Contributed by DubDub G
Not too long ago, my school chorus went to a music performance assesment thing where we have to sing for judges and crap like that. Well, the choir I was injust happened to be full of prank playing teens (I completely include myself in that!). Well, this guy happened to bring his fangs with him (not sure if he is a vamp or not) and decided to put them in. After a half an hour of sitting in a hot church-like robe in an auditorium waiting for all of the schools to file in,he decided to have a bit of fun. The chior sitting across from us was obviously making fun of our gold and black outfits, so he gave them a great big smile filled with pearly white fangs. Needless to say, the entire other choir, and others who were watching, turned pale and most asked to leave to go to the bathroom! Our chorus erupted with laughter.
Contributed by Natalie, punkadelicrelic (at) yahoo.com
I'm a highschooling hybrid vampire who has recently awakened. During the midst of confusion and weakness and frustration, I got my little dose of pride of who I am.
I was at work one evening, just as the sun was setting. The shades on the windows at the resturant I work at were not in the right place, so the sunlight penetrated the glass and right into my eyes. I have pretty good tolerance to the sun skin-wise, but my eyes are awful. So I ran to the back and dug into my purse and took out a pair of sunglasses. My boss came out and saw me and broke out with a laugh and asked, "What are you, a vampire?"
I grinned widely and said. "Yes, yes I am." Even though he was laughing, he sort of gave a gasp and said. "Don't play around, I swear you are, look how dominant your canines are." I just snickered and said. "I'll try not to bite you then."
It didn't help that I was sleeping all day and I was late for work. He was curious to why I was still asleep at 4 pm.
Though it was all jokingly, it was nice to be acknowledged.
Contributed by Kiono
Eerie America TV Series
Eerie America could very well be called The Fodors Travel Guidebook for The Addams Family. I read some in-depth information about the show and saw the promo, and from what I can tell, this will be an absolutely AWESOME series if they can get it off the ground. (I'm actually praying they will.) Let others know and see who can help. This is something that should happen! Let's pull together and make it so!
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