All Day Pizza Buffet: Damn vampires!

Though I’m a big fan of “Buffy” and “Angel,” a man can only take so much when it comes to creatures of the night. Instead of a long winded and likely loony rant about the subject, I opted for a picture hopefully worth 1,000 words.

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I mean, really, there are more vampires around now than there were beanie babies in the mid ’90s. Let’s calm it down a bit.

Also, little bit o’ self portrait in today’s ADPB. How ’bout that?!

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13 thoughts on “All Day Pizza Buffet: Damn vampires!

  1. I share your feelings on vampires. I made a very similar observation the other day. Keep up the good work!

  2. Firstly, yes. I love the Count. He was rocking Vampirism after its first craze (you know, Anne Rice and the 1800s and what not) and before it was oh so hip again (Twilight). He stood alone when it wasn’t in fashion to be a bloodsucker and went with his other love: counting. I respect that.

    Secondly, the vamp on the right is kind of a puppety/cartoony looking Dracula, which I’d qualify as a slight homage to the Count.

  3. Hey, they gotta sell you something right? When they run out of new ideas they dig into old hat stuff. In twenty years people will be reminiscing laughing about vampires and auto-tune the way they do about moonshoes and duran duran now.

  4. Oh man, what is crazy is that Benicio Del Toro’s Wolfman remake coming out in January and the new Twilight movie with werewolves coming out in…November, I think…are set to make next year’s craze werewolves. Still, that bodes well for hairy dudes like myself, so…I’m in!

  5. Dang it! Caught! Guess you just better get your butt on here and make those comments instead of checking the blog and then relaying them to me in person. Our relationship must have equal in-person and online components!!!!!

  6. The characters in Twilight are NOT vampires or werewolves.

    First, off topic, werewolves are anthropomorphic. They are a cross between humans and wolves. What’s in Twilight are just wolves. (Please keep in mind, I haven’t seen any images from the movie, so they may prove me wrong, but a friend who’s read the books told me they’re just big wild dogs, so…there.)

    Second, there are many different types of vampires. They all react to sunlight differently. Some get fatal sunburns. Some’s skin melts off, as if acid came into contact with it. Some turn to ash. Some explode. If others get all glittery and sparkly, whatever. I think it’s stupid, but that’s not my epic beef with the series.

    There have been many human-like creatures in mythology that are immortal blood drinkers. But, they have not been vampires.

    What sets vampires apart from those other beasts are simply – FANGS.

    Whether it’s the central or lateral incisors, or the most popular (and my favorite), the canines, they ALL. HAVE. FANGS.

    No fangs, no vampire.

    Sorry, Stephenie.

    *tirade over*

  7. Wait…the Twilight vampires don’t have fangs?! What?

    Either way, enough vampires. Let’s just go back to way too many zombie movies, AmIRight?!??! Oh wait, Zombieland comes out in like two weeks?! Well played, Hollywood.

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