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** Surely plenty of vampires, when hearing about synthetic blood that is just like the real thing, would have been curious about whether they could drink it and what it would taste like.

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** That said, Lilith is by no means omniscient herself. She has no idea what fairies are when she encounters them, for instance. The Sanguinista belief may be rooted in nothing more than Lilith's egotistical assumption that she was created in God's image (an assumption Adam supposedly made about himself and his lineage as well, though this isn't shown in the show). What their creator's actual intent was is never depicted.


* Bill's interruption of Jessica's visit to her parents ends with him glamoring her mom, dad, and daughter into not remembering they saw Jessica, as a vampire, attack her father. Yet, their front door is broken in, and there's a hole in the wall from where Jessica pushed her father back into it, which his back must still be reeling from immediately after the incident. Assuming the glamoring had, in fact, prevented them from experiencing regular nightmares about Jessica, they would probably be left to believe that they were abducted by aliens or something.



* In season 6 it's stated that Louisiana has the largest vampire population in America. Well, guess which state has had the highest homicide rates for two consecutive decades in RealLife, only about forty percent of which are ever solved?

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* In season 6 it's stated that Louisiana has the largest vampire population in America. Well, guess which state Louisiana has had the highest homicide rates for two consecutive decades in RealLife, only about forty percent of which are ever solved?
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** That if vampire were favourite creature of god, it wouldn't give them such much weaknesses, for example being burned to death by sun


* In {{True Blood}}, all vampire body fluids are blood. Which means that Bill and Sookie's sex scenes are even bloodier than they appear.

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* In {{True Blood}}, all All vampire body fluids are blood. Which means that Bill and Sookie's sex scenes are even bloodier than they appear.


* Not so much as FridgeLogic but an oddity: Vampires came out because of TrueBlood and TrueBlood alone. Did no vampire think that they have a responsbility to the rest of the supernaturals that [[FantasyKitchenSink fill up the sink]]? Or for that matter, if a few humans managed to web-eavesedrop at the debates between vampires, how did other supernaturals not find out or do something about it? Vampires getting exposed would put the rest in risk.

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* Not so much as FridgeLogic but an oddity: Vampires came out because of TrueBlood Series/TrueBlood and TrueBlood True Blood alone. Did no vampire think that they have a responsbility to the rest of the supernaturals that [[FantasyKitchenSink fill up the sink]]? Or for that matter, if a few humans managed to web-eavesedrop at the debates between vampires, how did other supernaturals not find out or do something about it? Vampires getting exposed would put the rest in risk.

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** That if vampire were favourite creature of god, it wouldn't give them such much weaknesses, for example being burned to death by sun


*** Add a dimension of FridgeHorror to this: people would probably start wearing expensive silver rings and such when traveling in unknown or shady areas to ward off vampire attacks. With the radically inflated cost and functionality of these items in this universe, and the ''necessity'' of carrying them and not leaving them at home, human-on-human muggings, robberies and murders for the purpose of stealing silver would probably ''skyrocket.''

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*** Add a dimension of FridgeHorror to this: people would probably start wearing expensive silver rings and such when traveling in unknown or shady areas to ward off vampire attacks. With the radically inflated cost and functionality of these items in this universe, and the ''necessity'' of carrying them and not leaving them at home, human-on-human muggings, robberies and murders for the purpose of stealing silver would probably ''skyrocket.''''
**** Also, take into account that vampires try to keep information of their weaknesses out of public knowledge.



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* In season 6 it's stated that Louisiana has the largest vampire population in America. Well, guess which state has had the highest homicide rates for two consecutive decades in RealLife, only about forty percent of which are ever solved?


** I'd wager that the rich vampires would be encouraging this by buying as much of it as possible and chucking it into the ocean or something, to drive the demand up and the supply down. Then they could at least feed on poor people more safely.

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** I'd wager that the rich vampires would be encouraging this by buying as much of it as possible and chucking it into the ocean or something, to drive the demand up and the supply down. Then they could at least feed on poor people more safely.safely.
*** Add a dimension of FridgeHorror to this: people would probably start wearing expensive silver rings and such when traveling in unknown or shady areas to ward off vampire attacks. With the radically inflated cost and functionality of these items in this universe, and the ''necessity'' of carrying them and not leaving them at home, human-on-human muggings, robberies and murders for the purpose of stealing silver would probably ''skyrocket.''

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* Godric used to appear as a spirit to Eric a couple of times a season... Then Lilith showed up and [[DeaderThanDead killed]] ''his spirit.'' He hasn't been seen since... Did she [[CessationOfExistence annihilate]] him completely?

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** This is obvious, but some Vampire still had to try it.


* Can you ''imagine'' what the price of silver on the market must be in the ''True Blood'' universe? I'll bet it's shot up to almost gold, or higher.

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* Can you ''imagine'' what the price of silver on the market must be in the ''True Blood'' universe? I'll bet it's shot up to almost gold, or higher.higher.
** I'd wager that the rich vampires would be encouraging this by buying as much of it as possible and chucking it into the ocean or something, to drive the demand up and the supply down. Then they could at least feed on poor people more safely.

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* Andy Bellefleur is Bill Compton's great-great-great-great grandson. Therefore the fairies that Bill kidnapped to experiment on are his own descendants.


* When you think about the effects of V juice you realize Hoyt and Jessica's relationship was bound for ruin from the moment she fed him some of her blood. It was no longer wholesome since then.

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* When you think about the effects of V juice you realize Hoyt and Jessica's relationship was bound for ruin from the moment she fed him some of her blood. It was no longer wholesome since then.then.
* Can you ''imagine'' what the price of silver on the market must be in the ''True Blood'' universe? I'll bet it's shot up to almost gold, or higher.

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