By keerta_fml - 04/05/2017 02:00

Today, while volunteering to feed the homeless, one of them asked me to follow him to his car where he had a knife and bottle so he could "bottle up my blood". FML
I agree, your life sucks 4 740
You deserved it 400

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Everyone knows you don't use a knife to make blood bottles, you use a dirty syringe. Knives are for blood buckets, or maybe blood jars, but that's it.

1. They're family is either dead or not around. 2. The family also does not have the fortune of money. 3. People can be homeless and not be criminals. 4. They can be homeless because they're single and they're job fell through. 5. Do I need to go much further? I mean seriously, have these thoughts just NEVER crossed you mind?

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Homeless people are usually homeless for a reason. Why do you think their friends and family aren't helping them?

1. They're family is either dead or not around. 2. The family also does not have the fortune of money. 3. People can be homeless and not be criminals. 4. They can be homeless because they're single and they're job fell through. 5. Do I need to go much further? I mean seriously, have these thoughts just NEVER crossed you mind?

A huge chunk of people that are homeless are homeless because thy either have a disability, or a disorder. People with mental health disorders are way more likely to end up on the street because they can't provide for them self, their family can't provide for them, or the family doesn't WANT to provide for them. There is also a surprising number of people that choose to live on the streets rather than at a homeless shelter because they feel safer. Asking for blood seems more like it indicates a mental illness than out of malice. There's nothing wrong with helping homeless people- especially those with mental disorders- as long as you do it safely.

Brianna, you spelt "Their" wrong. Without proper grammar you might be homeless one day.

Live beside a homeless shelter for couple of years, so you can see what goes on 24/7, and not just at dinner on your 2 hour volunteer shift and then we'll talk. It's easy to invent a "gosh darn down on his luck fella who just needs a hand up" fantasy image when you don't have to watch the guy you just served dinner to, go shoot up, throw his needle where your kids play, and then beat the shit out of his girlfriend in the middle of the street for getting him shitty drugs because he didn't get as high as he wanted to. Lovely people.

And for most people, drug addiction follows a major trauma or started as an attempt to self medicate. And that's excluding people that were forcibly addicted to drugs- by parents, other family, abusive partners, or to keep someone working the sex trade dependent on their "manager." Yes, some homeless people are shitty, but it's highly unlikely that the ratio of shitty human beings that are homeless is much higher than the rate of shitty human beings with homes. The ones that are homeless are more visible in their shiftiness, whereas in the other category it occurs behind closed doors. Also, considering that pretty much all cities try to strip away every bit of support for the homeless, it's not exactly the easiest for someone who is homeless to get help even if they want it.

Even vampires can become homeless.

Everyone knows you don't use a knife to make blood bottles, you use a dirty syringe. Knives are for blood buckets, or maybe blood jars, but that's it.

Everyone knows you don't use a knife to make blood bottles, you use a dirty syringe. Knives are for blood buckets, or maybe blood jars, but that's it.

You... I like you

Wow. Dracula must have gotten into some deep shit if he's homeless now.

Since you posted this,I am assuming you are OK. Lots of homeless people aren't mentally stable,just keep yourself safe and possibly if you can contact or inform his social worker.

Dammit Jerry, i told you stop telling everyone about our secret playground!

wow bottled blood, sounds like an Angelina fetish he has there

Is no one else wondering why a homeless man has a car?

Because you can live AND drive in a car, but you can't drive a house. Less snarkily, he probably lives out of it by parking in out of the way areas. Assuming the car is real and not part of his mental disorder, that is.