Vampire, Werewolf, or Zombie, if you had to decide, which would you choose to be infected by?
As my name might suggest I have an affinity to wolf, so the furry fur legged monster is what I would choose.
What about anyone else?
I do not prefer to be biting, but if at all, the vampire is it. I will have great powers more than the other categories. Whenever i see a sign of blood i will flee rather than sucking it....lol
Vampires seem to get the women. . . . .or in the case of Anne Rice novels. . . .men, because Anne's vamps are all queer.
. . . .but even were I to have no sex drive, like a vampire, I'd still want women.
My dear friend i would like to ask u 1 thing is that have tou ever seen any of these in ur life.... cos mate i dont beleive in such things...
I would befriend the wolf, loyal creature that he is, he would not infect his friend.
@ mac carter; I cannot say that I have ever seen any of these creatures (well I've seen a few heroin addicts,I think that should count as zombies!).
I was just asking an innocuous hypothetical to pass a few bored moments in my day.
I'm pretty sure I'd go with the vampire. If you're a zombie, you might as well be did, because you don't have any intelligence left. And if you're a werewolf, you don't really remember what you did the night before. And like someone else mentioned, vampires get ALL the ladies.
I would prefer to be a vampire, I think I would be a pretty fearsome vampire raaaaaaaaarrrr LOL!!
Definitely a vampire. They're sexy, dangerous and mysterious-what more could you ask for?
This was a fun question, thanks for submitting it.
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