Why Meyerpires Are Not Vampires
Note: I am in no way trying to imply that vampires exist outside of fiction, however the word 'vampire' does exist, and words have meanings, hence the point of writing: to convey meaning. With that in mind, I've compiled a list out of sheer boredom on why meyerpires cannot be correctly classified as vampires. Enjoy.
1. The weakness of the heart is vital in any vampiric tale. It provides the necessary contrast to their figurative heartlessness. Different takes on vampiric lore have given way to the final death or paralysis of a vampire via a wooden stake, or by any item that can successfully pierce their heart. Now many wonder, why is the wooden stake of significance? This has more to do with Vlad the Impaler (The man whom Dracula is based upon) and his infamous method of dispatching those from the Ottoman Empire (namely impaling them on wooden stakes). It has now been popularized that the importance of wood over other sub