Why We Love Vampires


Unless you have an aversion to Twilight, you’ve probably thought about what it would be like to meet a vampire at some point in your life. It might sound scary, but the truth is that vampires have had a lot of time to get used to being around humans. They’re actually pretty friendly and well-behaved (for the most part) these days. We don’t know when the first vampire appeared, but we do know that people have been fascinated with them for centuries—and for good reason! Here are just a few reasons why we love vampires so much:

They have that whole cursed, misunderstood thing going on.

Vampires are misunderstood. They’re mysterious, they’re powerful, and they’re trapped between two worlds.

Vampires are cursed by the evil that has infected their immortal bodies for hundreds of years. They can only be seen in reflections or mirrors (with the exception of those who have been turned against their will). The sun destroys them — they must hide in the shadows during daylight hours. And if you try to harm a vampire? You’ll die as well! This makes vampires hard to fight since you have to catch them when they’re sleeping in order to kill them yourself — unless you’re willing to face death yourself just so you can save your friends from getting bitten by one (and dying) too…

They have all these superpowers and they’re immortal.

We love vampires because they have superpowers. Most of you have seen the movies or read the books, but here’s a rundown:

  • They’re fast—they can move so quickly that your eye can’t follow them. This is called being “invisible.”
  • They can control animals like wolves and bats, even mist and fog (but not fog). They often use this power to trick people into thinking they are ghosts or spirits.
  • If a vampire wants to control you, he or she will hypnotize you with his/her eyes. You’ll feel relaxed and peaceful until he/she finishes talking to you!
  • Dracula was famous for turning into a bat when he wanted to escape from someone who was trying to catch him! He also turned into fog sometimes too, which made him hard for anyone else around him at that time too see as well as get away from said person who wanted them caught by us all 🙂 ,

They’re a symbol of the struggle between good and evil.

Vampires are one of the most popular monsters in Western culture because they represent the struggle between good and evil. They’re the personification of evil, but at the same time they’re also the personification of good.

The vampire’s powers are commonly used for self-gratification and selfish gain without regard for others or society as a whole. If you think about it, this is pretty much exactly what we do with all our modern technology: we use it primarily for ourselves, with little thought or care given to how it will affect other people. We don’t think about how our actions affect others on a global scale; we just want what we want when we want it—and if someone gets hurt along the way, well…that’s their problem!

Some of them are really hot (like Bill Compton).

Some of the vampires are really hot, like Bill Compton from True Blood. Really good-looking guy, played by Stephen Moyer. He’s a very good-looking vampire and he’s in the True Blood series.

Most people don’t know this, but vampires are really, really old.

You might think that vampires have always been the way they are now, just as we see them in movies and TV. But actually, vampires were around long before humans. In fact, vampires were around even before the first humans walked on two legs! That’s right—they appeared before we did.

Vampires also came first when it came to making fire. They made their own fires long before any human even knew how to do so! What’s more impressive is that though humans have always carried torches when going out at night (and then eventually invented matches), vampires never needed any such device because they had their own natural light source—their eyes glowed in the dark like lamps.

In general, though it depends on who you ask and what kind of vampire they are talking about (not all kinds of vampires glow), most people agree that vampires were present before humanity existed at all: some believe they came into being during the beginning stages of evolution; others think they are part of God’s plan for our planet or for other planets or stars within our solar system; still others believe there was only one kind (or maybe two) species from which all others evolved over time…

Remember, sparkly or not, vampires are still scary so approach with caution.

Remember, vampires are still scary. They are not romantic or good. They can’t be trusted and they certainly aren’t sparkly. Vampires are not to be confused with werewolves (the furry ones), zombies (the reanimated dead), or any other creature that you might find in a fantasy novel for children.


The vampire’s appeal seems to be here to stay, so it’s worth taking a look at how they’ve evolved over the years. And if you’re still not convinced that vampires are awesome, just ask yourself this: if you were immortal and could live forever, wouldn’t you want all those superpowers too?

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