Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Can You Get an STD From a Succubus?


I only ask because lately a supernatural female being has been coming to visit me during the nighttime hours in hopes that my seed will help fuel the ranks of whatever army she and her friends are creating (I don’t know the full details on that and do my best to keep her from talking because I feel there are better uses for her mouth when visiting me).  At first, I wasn’t concerned about the possibility of catching something from her because I thought I was the only one she was with, but last night she muttered the word Samuel while in the throws of ecstasy.  Now, I don’t have a problem with her visiting other men when away from my bed (all my relationships in the waking world are open so why should they be any different in the world of sleep), but I would like to know for sure just so I can be better prepared during future visits.  I think the ladies I’m with in that waking world, and the men they are with when not visiting me, would also like to know.  After all, the last thing any of us wants to do is help contribute to the growing STD epidemic this country faces (thanks abstinence only programs), which is why we are all tested regularly at the local health departments.  We also always practice safe sex.  See, a doubled walled defense: safe sex plus being tested regularly has kept us all healthy and thus able to have more fun.  Now, however, the fear that something may be passed to me and then them through supernatural means is rearing its ugly head.  Even worse, I can’t seem to find information anywhere on whether or not it is possible for a succubus to carry and transmit an STD (or any other communicable ailments).  Does anyone out there know?  If so, an answer would be greatly appreciated.      

4 comments:

Bob Milne said...

If STD stands for Supernaturally Transmitted Disease, sure. Otherwise, I imagine you're safe . . . from the STDs, at least.

William Malmborg said...

Eeks, I didn't even think of that. At least for one we have treatments that, when caught early, will kill the infection before it gets out of control With a Supernaturally Transmitted Disease we may be talking something that has no known treatment and can be devastating to the human body.

Anonymous said...

Is this post for real?

William Malmborg said...

Yes, so real that I have romantic candles sitting by my bed just in case she shows up again tonight so that it is easy to get in the mood.