2. A glorified term for an insect bite with two bite marks.
3. A type of hickey given and received among (most commonly) teen couples, that involve biting, to fake how a vampire would attack its victim.
Giving a Vampire Bite:
a) Locating an area: Neck is most common, least provocative, and easy to show off if desired. Chest is common to give for a female, it is easily done while wearing low cut tops, and is easily concealed. Stomach is one of the sexier places to put one, while also being easily concealed. Vampire bites on the stomach require moving, (or removing) ones shirt, and is best done while the receiving partner is lying down. For these reasons, they are best done in private.
Vampire bites can be given anywhere on the body, but neck, chest, and stomach are the most common. Avoid rashes, cuts, and on the face.
b) Biting: The part that makes this a vampire bite, and not just a hickey. Bite the area chosen gently the first time. Try slowly biting harder and harder as you proceed. Many people receive more pleasure the harder they are bitten, but people that don't, could get very angry if you bite them too hard, so be careful. Once you ...