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29th Apr '18 5:51:54 AM Benbeasted
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* Referenced in ''Alesana's'' song "The Muderer."
--> My thirst for blood turns me on, how sweet.
29th Apr '18 2:29:36 AM YuunoaAndMikrulShipper
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* It's described in ''Manga/SeraphOfTheEnd'' that while vampires don't feel sexual pleasure, drinking blood feels good for both the vampire and the one they are drinking from. This explains Yuu and Mika blushing during their bite scene.

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* It's described in ''Manga/SeraphOfTheEnd'' that while vampires don't feel sexual pleasure, drinking blood feels good for both the vampire and the one they are drinking from. This explains Yuu Krul and Mika blushing during their multiple bite scene.scenes.
** Other vampire/human bite scenes are Lacus/Tomoe, Crowley/Shinoa, Yuu/Mika, Chess/Mitsuba and Horn/Kimizuki
2nd Feb '18 2:31:40 AM shokoshu
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* Music/TheCars: Likewise, the following lines probably are not to be taken literarily.
-->I guess you're just what I needed (Just what I needed)
-->I needed someone to bleed
2nd Feb '18 2:26:35 AM shokoshu
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* Music/KillingJoke: Sorry, but their greatest hit "Love Like Blood" only ''sounds'' like this trope. If any at all, file under a highly metaphoric version of BloodKnight.
27th Jan '18 12:43:56 PM CharlesPhipps
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* Vampires in ''Literature/StraightOuttaFangton'' gleefully indulge in this trope as they use a combination of KissOfTheVampire with their natural sex appeal to indulge themselves with multiple partners. The link between blood and sex is stated numerous times even as the protagonist is rather off-put by it.

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* Vampires in ''Literature/StraightOuttaFangton'' ''Literature/TheUnitedStatesOfMonsters'' gleefully indulge in this trope as they use a combination of KissOfTheVampire with their natural sex appeal to indulge themselves with multiple partners. The link between blood and sex is stated numerous times even as the protagonist is rather off-put by it.
5th Nov '17 11:53:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/HemlockGrove'': Roman tends to cut himself during sex so he can lick up the blood. His partners aren't always up for this: some of them consider it kinky, but one of them was so freaked out that she ran away screaming (though with good reason, since he literally carved up his whole chest and was dripping blood on her face).

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* ''Series/HemlockGrove'': ''Series/HemlockGrove'':
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Roman tends to cut himself during sex so he can lick up the blood. His partners aren't always up for this: some of them consider it kinky, but one of them was so freaked out that she ran away screaming (though with good reason, since he literally carved up his whole chest and was dripping blood on her face).face).
** In season 3, Roman (after he's become a vampire) and Annie (also a vampire) break into a blood bank to feed on the stored supplies. They both end up dousing each other in blood while having sex.
28th Oct '17 8:51:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/HemlockGrove'': Roman tends to cut himself during sex so he can lick up the blood. His partners aren't always up for this: some of them consider it kinky, but one of them was so freaked out that she ran away screaming (though with good reason, since he literally carved up his whole chest and was dripping blood on her face).
21st Jun '17 1:04:31 PM Rotpar
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* The Lovers in Creator/ChinaMieville's ''Literature/TheScar'' are a couple who have matching scars all-over their bodiesówith new ones appearing over time. At one point the scars are shown to be the result of (many) intense love-making sessions. [[/folder]]

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* The Lovers in Creator/ChinaMieville's ''Literature/TheScar'' are a couple who have matching scars all-over their bodiesówith new ones appearing over time. At one point the scars are shown to be the result of (many) intense love-making sessions.sessions.
* ''Literature/TheBadPlace'' has the villain Candy Pollard. Drinking blood is the closest thing he has to sexual release because [[spoiler: thanks to VillainousIncest he was born with four testicles and no penis]]. This is the ultimate reason he murders [[spoiler: Felina Karaghiosis]]; he came for her husband but Candy is aroused by a vitality he can sense within her, compelling him to drink her blood.
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20th May '17 3:43:04 PM nombretomado
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* Drink another vampire's blood in ''[[VampireTheRequiem Vampire: The Requiem]]'' and you risk becoming addicted to it. It is easy to mistake this addiction for love, which vampires are incapable of truly feeling.

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* Drink another vampire's blood in ''[[VampireTheRequiem Vampire: The Requiem]]'' ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem'' and you risk becoming addicted to it. It is easy to mistake this addiction for love, which vampires are incapable of truly feeling.
10th Apr '17 4:23:26 PM nombretomado
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* In ''[[Literature/NightWatch New Watch]]'' by SergeyLukyanenko it is hypothesized that this accidentally created the first [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire]]. Some [[ChaoticEvil Dark Other]] was getting off from sucking people's blood. Once he left a drugged victim to die in [[DarkWorld Twilight]]. Instead the victim lived long enough to be transformed by Twilight and the drug[[note]] into a creature that lives off negative emotions siphoned through Twilight, can transform itself and cast spells, but needs blood to repair its body and quench hunger[[/note]]. It's believed that werewolves started in a similar manner.

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* In ''[[Literature/NightWatch New Watch]]'' by SergeyLukyanenko Creator/SergeyLukyanenko it is hypothesized that this accidentally created the first [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire]]. Some [[ChaoticEvil Dark Other]] was getting off from sucking people's blood. Once he left a drugged victim to die in [[DarkWorld Twilight]]. Instead the victim lived long enough to be transformed by Twilight and the drug[[note]] into a creature that lives off negative emotions siphoned through Twilight, can transform itself and cast spells, but needs blood to repair its body and quench hunger[[/note]]. It's believed that werewolves started in a similar manner.
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