More Ways a Vampire Majority Would Change the World

Immortal Rules by Julie KagawaAllie Sekemoto lives in a world where vampires rule. And not sparkly, romantic vampires. Trues, terrifying bloodsuckers. They only let humans live so they can use them for blood cattle. Seriously scary.

Can you imagine what it would be like to live in a world overrun by vampires? We’ve got a few ideas . . .

1. Make-up trends would favor dark under-eye circles for that “just woke up from an eternal slumber” look; blood-red lipstick would be replaced by actual blood.

2. Home and Coffin magazine would report on the latest in morgue-chic.

3. Celebrities would tout fad diets like the “All you can drink AB negative” and the “plasma smoothie cleanse.”

4. Romantic comedy movies would be reclassified as horror; horror would be reclassified as contemporary realism.

5. True Blood would be rebranded as a Jersey Shore-style reality show. STL, baby! Sleep, teeth, and laundry. Laundry is still important.

Click through to see ten (!) more examples of how the world would be different if vampires were the majority.

How do you think like would change? Leave us a comment!

5 thoughts on “More Ways a Vampire Majority Would Change the World

  1. In school they would teach about how only one person escaped captivity while the vampire population was still low, before they took over: Stephanie Meyer. They managed to mindwipe her but some of the memories came back as dreams, especially her kidnapper’s face. So she wrote some books about it.

  2. Stephanie Meyer would be held on trial for untrue notions about vampires and their ways, then would be sentenced to death.
    J.K. Rowling however, would be free and clear for inventing something no one else thought of so no one else could say, “You did it wrong!”
    Moral of the Story:
    1)Stephanie Meyer got what she deserved.
    2)Be creative! Invent your own world!

  3. Pn the front of The City of Bones, by Cassandra Clare, Stephanie Meyer said, “the Shadowhunter realm is a story world I love to live in!” And my first thought was, “Thats because you can’t create a good enough one yourself.”

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