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The Mirror

Who here doesn’t check out his physique in the mirror? We all do it, and it’s expected that we do it being in the gym several hours per week.

But most mirrors make me look bad. In my home, the mirrors all have improper lighting for making me appear muscular. At the gym I look okay in one set of mirrors, but like crap in the others. Plus, the lighting makes me look flat.

However, yesterday I was in Target trying on some shorts when I noticed how AWESOME I looked in the dressingroom mirror! Lighting was perfect, the mirror didn’t have any waves in it, no convex or concave appearance. I just stood there flexing for a moment checking out all angles in the mirror and the one on the opposite wall to see my back. I was impressed with myself.

lol

Mirrors…none of mine work

[quote]Ct. Rockula wrote:
Mirrors…none of mine work[/quote]

Question:

If a vampire stood in a police line-up, would the accuser/victim behind the 2-way mirror be able to see the vampire?

So you’re saying that you looked better in those mirrors which were developed by the clever Target sales people to make ugly fat people look better while trying on their low quality Target threads?

[quote]Cuso wrote:
So you’re saying that you looked better in those mirrors which were developed by the clever Target sales people to make ugly fat people look better while trying on their low quality Target threads?[/quote]

Bingo.

Shit, no Target within 3000 miles.

I look fineeeee in every mirror.

I never trust the stores dressing rooms’ mirrors. That’s why I always take mine with me when I plan to buy a new dress.

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Ct. Rockula wrote:
Mirrors…none of mine work[/quote]

Question:

If a vampire stood in a police line-up, would the accuser/victim behind the 2-way mirror be able to see the vampire?

[/quote]

We don’t do police line ups.

Dressing room mirrors add at least another inch to my arms.

CS

[quote]CSEagles1694 wrote:
Dressing room mirrors add at least another inch to my arms.

CS[/quote]

Hmm. Next time I’m going naked in there.

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Ct. Rockula wrote:
Mirrors…none of mine work[/quote]

Question:

If a vampire stood in a police line-up, would the accuser/victim behind the 2-way mirror be able to see the vampire?

[/quote]

Umm… What is the physical explanation as to why you can’t see them in a regular mirror?

The only thing I can think of is that the light that reflects off them isn’t in the visible spectrum? … But that means they be would be invisible all the time!

It doesn’t make sense!

[quote]Goodfellow wrote:

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Ct. Rockula wrote:
Mirrors…none of mine work[/quote]

Question:

If a vampire stood in a police line-up, would the accuser/victim behind the 2-way mirror be able to see the vampire?

[/quote]

Umm… What is the physical explanation as to why you can’t see them in a regular mirror?

The only thing I can think of is that the light that reflects off them isn’t in the visible spectrum? … But that means they be would be invisible all the time!

It doesn’t make sense![/quote]
Principle intensification and possible weak physics manipulation level reality warping

[quote]spar4tee wrote:

[quote]Goodfellow wrote:

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Ct. Rockula wrote:
Mirrors…none of mine work[/quote]

Question:

If a vampire stood in a police line-up, would the accuser/victim behind the 2-way mirror be able to see the vampire?

[/quote]

Umm… What is the physical explanation as to why you can’t see them in a regular mirror?

The only thing I can think of is that the light that reflects off them isn’t in the visible spectrum? … But that means they be would be invisible all the time!

It doesn’t make sense![/quote]
Principle intensification and possible weak physics manipulation level reality warping[/quote]

The vampire however would be promtly identified, as all the other perps would be scrambling for the door because they wouldn’t be able to see the vamps reflection in the mirror.

If one of them stayed put, he would probably be the zombie.

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]CSEagles1694 wrote:
Dressing room mirrors add at least another inch to my arms.

CS[/quote]

Hmm. Next time I’m going naked in there.

[/quote]
Now you’ve got me thinking. Porn lens glass fibers?

[quote]Goodfellow wrote:

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Ct. Rockula wrote:
Mirrors…none of mine work[/quote]

Question:

If a vampire stood in a police line-up, would the accuser/victim behind the 2-way mirror be able to see the vampire?

[/quote]

Umm… What is the physical explanation as to why you can’t see them in a regular mirror?

The only thing I can think of is that the light that reflects off them isn’t in the visible spectrum? … But that means they be would be invisible all the time!

It doesn’t make sense![/quote]

We don’t have souls.

Souls are what you see in mirrors.

[quote]Cuso wrote:
The vampire however would be promtly identified, as all the other perps would be scrambling for the door because they wouldn’t be able to see the vamps reflection in the mirror.

If one of them stayed put, he would probably be the zombie.[/quote]

Human theories

Dwarf why the fuck are you buying clothes at Target?

[quote]Ct. Rockula wrote:

[quote]Goodfellow wrote:

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Ct. Rockula wrote:
Mirrors…none of mine work[/quote]

Question:

If a vampire stood in a police line-up, would the accuser/victim behind the 2-way mirror be able to see the vampire?

[/quote]

Umm… What is the physical explanation as to why you can’t see them in a regular mirror?

The only thing I can think of is that the light that reflects off them isn’t in the visible spectrum? … But that means they be would be invisible all the time!

It doesn’t make sense![/quote]

We don’t have souls.
[/quote]
I don’t think this is the case. I think vampires do have souls as they have identity in conjunction with physical bodies. They simply don’t own their souls.