Discussion in 'Waffle' started by Mania, Jan 5, 2015.
very nice bri! how much magnified is that picture. can you see them at all with the naked eye? hey do stock trading platforms have built in arkanoid. seems counter productive to me
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Farm yard sea creatures.
That's a manatee. Or "peixe-boi". Wait. Translating "peixe-boi" to english gives us "bull fish" which is much like "sea cow". I'm lost. Where am I? What year is it?
It was actually a Dugong.
Exactly. That one looks much hotter than mine though. I'd plough through that!
hey you ever think of how vampires actually suck the blood out their victims? the neck and other places, as they seem perfectly capable of draining someone through their ankle or wrist or whatever?
see, everyone has this idea that its just fangs and then an amazing ability to suck thats the whole of the trick. i dont think so.
my theory is that they can dislocate their jaw, the fangs are there mainly to make a primary incision, and then a kind of "stem", if you will, comes out of their esophagus, like a leech-ish semi rigid tentacle shooting forth and thats what actually connects with the victims flesh and thats what does the cutting and sucking. bit like resident evil but i see a more... penis like protrusion. i been thinking about this alot lately. watched all of hemlock grove for no fucking reason. but if you look at the victims injuries on the neck, you have to wonder how they would get a circular leech like mark and not the standard two small holes on the artery. and even then my moneys on this feeding tube with teeth kind of thing. perhaps wrong thread, ill post this elsewhere
Your vampire theory is cool, carl. But I didnt read all of it.
what! but its really a rather short post! for my standards, anyway?
anyway the image of this tube is stuck in my mind and its plenty disgusting. i get that way, i get a fantasy thats utterly disgusting and horrific and think about it constantly for months, maybe a year, until a dream comes along that solves it.
you know, i rather think i might be mentally ill
Decided to read it. Ok, your theory is rather good, but think for a moment: we have vampire bats that have some kind of substance in their saliva that makes iot impossible for the blood to coagulate. This said, what if vampires have the same abilities? I mean, they only needed to make the first incision with their teeth, and then the blood wouldn't stop flowing.
no of course not but its not so much about flow as being able to drain a person in a few seconds if need be. the tube would of course have the anti coagulant, chances are the aural properties of the vampire have that function alone
To be honest, I take the rules of the RPG game Vampire: The Maskerade as what I believe. In those rules, they use their fangs for the incision, their saliva have this anti-coagulant, and when they're finished, they close the wounds by licking it. Vampires don't need THAT MUCH blood to "live".
but what about the tube! it can be seen as a part of the large intestant that can be inverted, prolapsed if you will, only it has a leech like front, can be steered and is rigid. this is what does the actual sucking and biting and so forth, the fangs are an evolutionary remnant of some sort, has little function other than as an offensive weapon or to make incisions to prepare for the tube.
the tube dude. can you see it?
and of course they dont close it, once they bite a neck its completely fucked, and they take as much blood as they like, they are not nice creatures, if they are hungry a human has to die, its sort of in the concept of a vampire. if they feed from the wrist or similar the human is still likely to die, if not from acute anemia, then from bleeding out, as there is no closing the wound.
or maybe you can sow the wrist... is that possible?
the tube dude? No, I haven't seen him in ages! Really good guy, you know?
you dont know the tube dude. his aka should be clear to you by now. not somebody you want to meet, with a pocket full of heroin and an arse full of fire
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