27 Feb 07
I think this would depend on your definition of vampire. If you are talking about western vamps like dracula, it is not exactly that tempting.. If you are talking about chinese vamps like those zombies jumping around with talismans stuck on their foreheads, no way too. But if you are talking about the "new" kind of vamps popularised by the writer, Ann Rice, then yes, both hands up.
9 Mar 07
I love the romantic side of the new age vamps. But the idea of having to take life like that really dampens the appeal. As for the sun, I could take it or leave it. I really am much more of a night person. And the thought of eternity, well again all vamp stories tell of their demise so really living forever isn't really a factor, it's more like determining how long you really want to live for. I do like the idea that Anne Rice has put forth where you can sleep for a long while and awake to a whole new changed world. That would certainly be more interesting.
19 Feb 07
I wouldnt want to be a vampire! i dont like blood. i dont like to transform into a bat. and lastly and most importantly, i dont want to live forever. i'll probably get tired of life. I'll probably feel like what the characters of brad pitt and kirsten dunst felt in the movie "interview with the vampire", i forgot their names there. I can only remember Lestat played by tom cruise. ^__^ but i do like vampire films and novels though. i've actually read a few of the vampire chronicles of anne rice, watched several vampire movies and i have bram stoker's dracula novel. ^__^