Vampire Story

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It all started when I was watching tv, A vampire movie actually. My brother was sitting next to me so he was so scared and he asked me what happens when a vampire makes a women fall in love with him, I told him I think that he might turn her into his slave, when I said that he got so scared that that might happen to our mother so he went crying and screaming I am not surprised actually he is 6 years old, my Sister she is 17 years old she spent the whole day talking on the phone doesn’t do any homework so the school called my mother. We where all grounded for what we did.
The problem was that we had plans we where going out I was going to the concert and she was going out to have a sleepover with her friends so we had to do something to make sure that mum isn’t at home so we can go, She asked us why are we so sad I told her that we want to go buy stuff from the super market that was the plan to find a guy that can go out with her, we kept looking but we didn’t find anyone so she asked us if we were finished my sister said no we have to get icecream so when we rushed her and she accidentally hit a guy with the shopping bike or whatever they kept talking like half an hour then he finally asked her out and she said one night wouldn’t hurt, So we all were going out from the super market and Michale the guy that my mom is going out with left my brother was chasing his toy and he saw Michale changing into a bat, He also heard a man saying I am the vampire hunter the vampire is in the supermarket and he just left I am going after him, My brother told us we did not believe him because we wanted to go so badly that we forget every thing and treated him bas so he had to do something, But he remembered what I told him so He had to call a vampire hunter so he called and it went directly into voice note I explained every thing and I gave him…...

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