Woman Drinks Boyfriend’s Blood, Considers Herself an Actual Vampire
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Credit: Georgina Condon on Facebook    

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Woman Drinks Boyfriend’s Blood, Considers Herself an Actual Vampire

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Vampires are real — and Georgina Condon is living proof.

The Brisbane, Australia native claims to have a condition known as thalassemia which causes her to be anemic and crave iron which is supplied by her boyfriend’s blood.

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Credit: Georgina Condon on Facebook    

That’s right, the 38-year-old drinks from her beau and has been doing this sort of thing since she developed the taste for blood at the age of 12 when she would pick her scabs and suck her own blood, Georgina told Daily Mail.

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That’s long before vampires were glamorized on TV shows like The Vampire Diaries and True Blood or in films like Twilight.

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Georgina says she used to be considered “weird” by her friends but has since found out that some men are “turned on” when they find out she’s a self-proclaimed vampire. That’s where her current relationship of two years comes in.

“It’s not about the gore, it can be a very sensual thing,” Georgina says.

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While she has fangs, the professional makeup artist doesn’t use them to break her boyfriend’s skin. Instead, she opts to cut him very carefully with a razor or something sharp to get the blood flowing — a la Lady Gaga’s onscreen American Horror Story: Hotel counterpart, The Countess. She then dresses the wound herself.

Georgina and her guy are exclusive, so it would be considered cheating should she drink from another person.