Is it ok to constantly have thought about vampires?

No matter what I do, random little thoughts about vampires keep popping up in the back of my mind. I'm a really big indoor person so I'm usually reading or watching TV and my brain will just pull out a random scene and add vampires. I end up zoned out all the time and these thoughts bombard me. I've developed some weird habits because of it and I feel like trash because I feel so messed up in the head. Normal? I doubt it.

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  • I think about count chocula cereal sometimes, does that count?

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  • I remember when every one was into that Twilight sparkly gay vampire crap. I wanted to walk out in front of a speeding truck.

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    • When the person who cant stop thinking about vampires hates your vampire movie like I do, then you know you failed life. Twilight is the worst.

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    • Take heart, those people (mostly teenage girls back then) are probably really embarrassed by it now. Kind of how us Gen X'ers are embarrassed that we said things like "who ya gonna call?" and walking like an Egyptian.

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      • I'm millennial (ygen) So I kind of feel like I'm being spit roasted, getting it from both ends. I think I had "stimpy (SLAP) you idiot (SLAP) you stupid cat (SLAP)"

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        • You know, millenials get blamed for everything wrong with the world. When us Gen X'ers were younger, everyone blamed us.

          I ask, way does the new generation always get blamed when it hasn't been around long enough to screw anything up yet?

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          • I think because people did something their way for so long they would expect the next generation to do it as they did. The elderly generations are to old to make noise, and are usually just looked at as being senile, so we give em attitude which makes the hate worse. Middle aged generation is scared of change, scared of old age and wants us to be them. Technology is targeted at the younger generations, which the older gens didn't have, so even this is a barrier. Also, no one likes to blame their-selves.

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            • Yeah, us 40 something used to have to program the VCR for our parents.

              BTW speaking of tech advances, I saw a video on youtube where they wre talking about new phones where people could dial the numbers themselves without an operator, it was something like, "You mean I have to dial my own number?"

              The cell phones we have now that we take for granted, it would have scared the hell out of us back then. I mean a phone that is also a computer, text machine, camera, flash light, daily planner, video player, walkman, speedometer, photo frame... and that is just scratching the surface. Yeah, we would have trembled the thought of 1984. And if you don't know the 1984 reference, ask a real life Gen X'er what 1984 means.

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  • Blood is tasty.

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  • Watch Castlevaina on Netflix then?

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  • I would like to get bitten by one. I enjoy getting bitten so feeling the teeth actually puncture my skin without like ripping it or whatever like if a human did that.. would be really hot

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  • Watch:

    Seraph of the End
    Sirius the Jaeger
    Casltvania (like shuggy suggested)

    We all have our quirks, nothing to be ashamed about.

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  • honest answer? if you're feeling bad about it and it's affecting the things you do, look into getting help from a therapist. that doesn't mean you're 'insane' or a bad person or anything, you just have something going on you can't handle on your own and need a little outside help with, especially since it involves compulsive thoughts and habits which are very hard to break on your own.

    also, if i were you, i would look into getting more outdoor time as well. even just sitting outside and getting fresh air is good! or go for a slow walk. i also have a lot of daydreams & thoughts like this and while they don't make me feel bad, i find that being cooped up and zoned out inside all the time makes my depression worse.

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  • I think about random things all the time, it’s perfectly normal.

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  • When I was a teenager I used to think about werewolves often

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  • Your just transpecies. I have a cousin who transitioned from a male human to a largemouth bass and then claimed he had the state record.

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    • what the FUCK

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      • Lets just say he was joking, but not actually that far from emulating modern American society. I sae a steven crowder video where a woman was 'mistakenly' born as a human and actually 'identifies' as a cat. Its fucking hilarious as it is depressing.

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  • I don't think they would be cute and sexy but more the 30 days of night version.

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  • You know I don't really think about vampires very much, I mostly think about werewolves to tell you the truth.

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  • Its ok unless you think about sparkling vampires.

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  • I think more about zombies than the average person.

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  • *pelts you with garlic*

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