Auto Vampire



someone who enjoys drinking his or her own blood, often by deliberately wounding him/herself at the base of the tongue in order to suck at these wounds and swallow the blood. this practice is known as “auto vampirism”. see auto vampirism.
he’s been diagnosed with renfield’s syndrome and is an auto vampire.
an autovampire is a person who enjoys sucking blood, like a vampire, but unlike a vampire, they suck their own blood.
an autovampire can be a person who bites the inside of their cheek or lip simply out of thirst, or sucks the blood out of thier own wounds.

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