Many RVs are tan with lighter colored hair. HOWEVER, as recently discovered by a young Boston native- some RVs retain their pale skin because all of the orange pigment migrates to the cranial end of the creature- thus creating an even-more fierce breed of Ginger-Vamp (or Reverse Ginger-Vamp).
As predicted, RVs do not draw blood from their victims. They much prefer having their own necks sucked and nibbled upon. In an effort to appear as animalistic and blood-thirsty as their vampire counterparts, RVs have been known to stain their own hands with cherry juice for intimidation.
Lastly, RVs don’t have fangs, cannot fly, ARE able to see their own reflection, and love garlic… Truly frightening!
In rare cases, RVs have been known to say “goodnight” when appropriate response would be “hello” or “good morning”. This defiant display of word-jargon is a direct act of spite against social norms, and is a sure-tell sign of a RV encounter.
If you do happen to stumble upon a RV (or God forbid, a Reverse Ginger-Vamp) be sure to get on their good side by displaying whimsical, unpredictable behavior, continuously telling dorky jokes to make them laugh, claiming to be (at least) ¾ gay as to mask obvious attraction to the creature, and keeping a minimum distance of 2,600 miles (or 4,200 km for our Canadian readers).
RE: Sounds like a good time, bro.
Its weird though, at 8 o’clock she passed out mid-conversation and texted me “goodnight” when she woke up this morning at the ass-crack of dawn…
RE: Holy shit dude, you better watch yourself. That chick sounds like Reverse Vampire! You better send her a teddy bear or somethin’, cause those things are crazy!!!
I heard a girl talking about how she gave a guy a reverse vampire when he wasn't expecting it and he vomited all over her.