Lesson #11: How to tell if someone is a vampire.

Living in New Orleans, zombies and vampires are both serious threats.  And its very easy for zombies and vampires to blend in to the insanity here, looking just like everyone else.  This lesson helps prevent any problems with vampires before they start.  First, assess any possible signs of vampirism, like pale skin or pointy teeth.  In the case of Muppet vampires, look for pinkish/purple-ish skin and pointy ears. Muppet vampires actually come from the planet Vulcan.  Also check if the person seems awfully interested in blood.  Dexter on Dexter would be a strong candidate for vampirism, despite his golden tan.

The big test, however, occurs in the doorway to your house.  If someone knocks on your door, and you think the person may be a vampire, just leave the door open and walk into your kitchen.  If the person follows, he or she is just rude, but not a vampire.  If the person just stands at the door, waiting for you to invite her or him in, the person may be a vampire.  In order to prevent vampire violence, it is best to never invite anyone in, not even Muppets.

Count Von Count, a flexible vampire

Count Von Count, a flexible vampire

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7 responses to “Lesson #11: How to tell if someone is a vampire.

  1. hollie taylor

    they are not real!!!

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  3. INTRESTING! AND WHAT ARE THE SYMTOMS OF BECOMING A WAREWOLF

  4. shanaheinricy

    Great idea for a new lesson! I’ll really have to think about that one. I’m not sure what the answer is, but I’ll definitely look at Being Human (my current favorite show — both the British and U.S. versions).

    Any ideas?

  5. yes what r the symptoms? im not sure of the answer either but i would love to know if they exist…and vampires but im presuming they not real but who knows…

  6. shanaheinricy

    Hmmm, symptoms. Probably things like warm temperature, increased sense of smell, increased aggression, especially closer to the full moon. I’m working on this one. I’ll have the lesson up next week. Maybe Red Riding Hood’s grandma was really sick with werewolf-itis.

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