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Date Posted: Fri February 22, 2008 04:06:05
Author: Comicality
Subject: Dark Question For 2/22

It has been a vampire controversy since the very beginning. It has been a constant struggle, an undying prejudice, and it has been locked in stalemate for centuries.

It is the plight of the 'halflife'.

The boys and girls who have been through such tough times, and have (in their minds) made the right decision in crossing over into darkness. To remain young for all eternity, and accept their new lifestyle, perhaps before they are truly ready for it.

Many vampires see this transformation as a waste. A complete neglect of life's true opportunities. How can anyone under the age of 18 possibly know what life is? How can they possibly be of a sane mind when making such a huge decision? Then again...

...Who's to say they 'can't' be?

What are your thoughts on this? Young forever, trapped in the body of a teenager or younger...never knowing adulthood? Or waiting until you're older, more aware, more awake...making the choice to forsake the sun and forever live in darkness?

ARE 'halflifes' too young to crossover? Should there be an age limit? Or is it just a stereotype that children can't grasp the concept of life, love, and true emotion, without being old enough in the eyes of their elders?

What do you think?

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