So… you’re not getting vaccinated. Maybe you’re concerned about the three vaccines being FDA “authorized” and not “approved.” Maybe you have a phobia of needles. Maybe you’re complacent. Or maybe you just find it really empowering to walk around as a discrete biological weapon.
You do you.
But if you’re going to opt out, consider some alternative methods to attain immunity.
The first known immunization was performed in 1796, in England. I’ll give you this random and unrelated screenshot from the CDC website to scroll past while you try and hypothesize how this was done.
If you’d rather not gamble with Death Itself, then… well. Go get vaccinated. But if that still isn’t an option, we’ll move on to herd immunity.
The Hypocrite Method. Basically, harass all your friends, family, and close acquaintances to get vaccinated until you’ve engineered a social circle that buffers you from any health risk. Try lines like: “I don’t understand how people can be so selfish. It’s our responsibility to get vaccinated.” Or, “Get vaccinated or I’ll never speak to you again.” Best yet, “People who don’t get vaccinated should just be put in prison. They’re basically murderers.” Offer to carpool your reckless, self-absorbed friends who didn’t get the vaccine as early as (you told them) you did. Technically, if you see yourself as the center of the universe, this charade makes perfect sense. Let everyone else’s collective immunity hold you in its sweet embrace.
Last up, and most effectively—blood transfusion. Yup. Vampirism. This is where your life choices have led you. Start discreetly asking your vaccinated or post-COVID friends about their blood types. Bring it up as a casual discussion topic. You’re looking for either a match or, better still, type O, the universal blood type. Because once you’ve got your friend strapped down, by force or manipulation, a pint-sized syringe stuck in their arm, you can always take a little extra. A lot extra, even. Find some like-minded anti-vaxxers and sell them some of that sweet, antibody laden nectar. Imagine that. Profiting off your friends and the people who share your deepest fears and/or misinformation theories!
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