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    If a vampire does not cast a reflection in a mirror, how does Dracula shave?

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    He's living dead. Hair doesn't grow anymore. Had he the need he could hypnotize any woman to do it for him. Easy one.

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    • #3
      Moot point: Dracula was killed at the end by Jonathan Harker and Quincey Morris. Vampire or not, dead men don't shave.

      (And hey, look at that: This thread is outdoor-related after all, since Morris was a rugged American frontiersman who packed a Bowie knife. When they killed the Count, Harker chopped his head off with a kukri while Morris stabbed him in the heart with the Bowie.)
      Last edited by MattM37; 07-23-2019, 11:33 AM.

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      • #4
        You boys are right. Dead men don't shave.
        But a vampire could always use an electric shaver if the need arose.
        BTW, I thought you had to drive a wooden stake through a vampire's heart to kill it for good..

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        • #5
          Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
          You boys are right. Dead men don't shave.
          But a vampire could always use an electric shaver if the need arose.
          BTW, I thought you had to drive a wooden stake through a vampire's heart to kill it for good..
          Yep, that's a common talking point in discussions of Bram Stoker's novel. I guess it doesn't have to be wood; it can be good Bowie steel. Also, I remember some mention in other books of cutting off the head and stuffing it with garlic; also burning; also dragging it out in the sunlight (though the novel Dracula and other vamp stories do have vampires walking around in the daytime; they just have to take precautions, limit exposure, etc. -- like us guys with lots of moles.

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