: I wonderwhat would happen if I reinforced my guitar calluses with superglue.
: I think you should experiment bear!
: (Death to the air raid siren fire alarm.)
: I might. The dimple in one of them makes practice harder than it needs to be
: I have coffin smut, however.
: (Death to the people who pull the fire alarm.)
: Yay, coffin smut.
: Is that not cramped?
: It's extremely cramped.
: But, as we all know, it's just the necrophilia that makes it so dirty
: Well, they are both dead.
: does that make it not necrophilia?
: I'm not sure.
: or extra dirty?
: I could blog this, and ask the internets.
: You have a given, and some equations, all you need is someone else to provide the proofs.
: *is so resolved*
: ...hm, that's tricky.
: I think I've had the 'is it necrophilia with the undead' discussion before,
: We have, yes.
: But that was a mixed couple.
: but so far as I know, there's never been any definitive answer.
: Indeed. And this is both vampires. One of whom is explaiming over the cliche...
: Well, I figured ghosts/undead being attracted to live people wasn't a perversion, it was just them continuing their natural process from before they died.
: Both undead is harder.
: Thanks to Sufjan, I now want to write about a vampire living on Lake Michigan.
: Well, it's not like that isn't how both of them *got* to be undead.
: Hooking up with vampires, yanno, can extend your unlife expectancy.
: That's a tidy mutual parasitism relationship.
: Sebastien has some complicated hangups.
: well, plus, it's okay for the undead, but what about the humans in the mixed couples?
: We can probably safely assume that it's non-con for the humans in at least half the cases.
: Depends. We've established a certain amount of, er, cattle trade.
: On the other hand, Sebastien, ah, is an ethical carnivore.
: well, when it's non-con, it's definately dirty
: regardless of if it's necrophilia.
: Well, I think it's all dirty. I have a fairly Puritan society here.
: In which, of course, people do what they always do. They're just more ashamed of it.
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