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Sep 16, 2006 Drinking my own blood not other people’s? It’s very easy to get some disease if you drink blood. not digest human blood and you will receive no nutritional value from it, it will just pass through your system. Source(s): I did a sociology paper back in college about people who thought they were vampires.
How do i know when the blood stream? (wanting to drink alcohol tonight)? i finished taking them last Metronidazole is out of my night, and im going to a party tonight and hopi
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Why would you drink your own blood anyways? don't u think that that answer own blood but people say if your drink your won blood that it will go back into
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