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Cyber Tooth Tiger thanked Ancient Hippy's answer

This may sound gross to most people but if you try it, I'm sure that you'll love it.

To get me to drink more milk, my mom concocted this: Break up thin pretzels in a tall glass, add two teaspoons of sugar, one teaspoon of vanilla extract and fill with milk. Eat the pretzels with … Read more

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Cyber Tooth Tiger voted up Ancient Hippy's answer

This may sound gross to most people but if you try it, I'm sure that you'll love it.

To get me to drink more milk, my mom concocted this: Break up thin pretzels in a tall glass, add two teaspoons of sugar, one teaspoon of vanilla extract and fill with milk. Eat the pretzels with … Read more

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Cyber Tooth Tiger thanked William Eckles' answer

Okay, not trying to be"that guy" but how is it you have answers, and how can I believe then to be true. Again don't want to be that guy but I must be 100% sure that information is fact.

Cyber Tooth Tiger
Cyber Tooth Tiger voted up William Eckles' answer

Okay, not trying to be"that guy" but how is it you have answers, and how can I believe then to be true. Again don't want to be that guy but I must be 100% sure that information is fact.

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Cyber Tooth Tiger thanked Anonymous' answer

We don't believe in vampires because we know that they are fiction. We know when and where... And by whom they were invented.

Prior to Bram Stoker, descriptions of vampires are actually fairly rare in folklore, and the descriptions of them are highly varied.

...I know this because a 'blood letter' once told me that vampires are … Read more

Cyber Tooth Tiger
Cyber Tooth Tiger voted up Anonymous' answer

We don't believe in vampires because we know that they are fiction. We know when and where... And by whom they were invented.

Prior to Bram Stoker, descriptions of vampires are actually fairly rare in folklore, and the descriptions of them are highly varied.

...I know this because a 'blood letter' once told me that vampires are … Read more

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Cyber Tooth Tiger thanked John O'Gaunt's answer

People don't believe in vampires because there's no reason for them. There's no evolutionary chain leading to vampires, they are not required for the world to 'work' and there are no other 'vampire-like' creatures. Except, that is, for bats. We know why vampire bats like to suck a bit of blood every now and then, … Read more

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Cyber Tooth Tiger voted up John O'Gaunt's answer

People don't believe in vampires because there's no reason for them. There's no evolutionary chain leading to vampires, they are not required for the world to 'work' and there are no other 'vampire-like' creatures. Except, that is, for bats. We know why vampire bats like to suck a bit of blood every now and then, … Read more

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Cyber Tooth Tiger thanked Ray Dart's answer

The term "vampire" applied to two species of central and south American bloodsucking bats until Bram Stoker invented Count Dracula towards the end of the 19th century. 

Vampires in popular fiction are just that, fiction. They do not exist in "real life" and most people would not have heard the word were it not for Hollywood.

Cyber Tooth Tiger
Cyber Tooth Tiger voted up Ray Dart's answer

The term "vampire" applied to two species of central and south American bloodsucking bats until Bram Stoker invented Count Dracula towards the end of the 19th century. 

Vampires in popular fiction are just that, fiction. They do not exist in "real life" and most people would not have heard the word were it not for Hollywood.

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Cyber Tooth Tiger thanked Dark Majinn's answer

I have had tears of joy and assigned it to "God's Presence" . . I have experienced vast awe in the midst of an emotional congregation and assigned it to "God's Presence" . . . I have sense that sense of purpose and not being alone and assigned it to "God's Presence" . . .

When … Read more

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Cyber Tooth Tiger voted up Dark Majinn's answer

I have had tears of joy and assigned it to "God's Presence" . . I have experienced vast awe in the midst of an emotional congregation and assigned it to "God's Presence" . . . I have sense that sense of purpose and not being alone and assigned it to "God's Presence" . . .

When … Read more