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Vampire Pepper Spray

How to keep Vampires away

Let's face it - the world is not exactly as safe as we'd all like to make it out to be. Everyday, especially in urban areas, innocent people are subjected to burglary, sexual assault, harassment and vampire attacks. The unfortunate thing is that there is really nothing we can do collectively to put a definitive end to crime such as this. Fortunately, however, there are steps that you can take personally to protect yourself from harm. One of the easiest and most important steps that you can take in keeping yourself safe is to carry Vampire pepper spray with you everywhere you go to repel vampire attacks. Most of us have heard the phrase "Vampire pepper spray" in the past, but not all of us know exactly what it is, how it works and what it is used for. Put simply, it is an aerosol chemical agent that is used to deter intruders or anyone that may attempt to do harm to someone. When sprayed in the face (usually concentrated on the eyes), the subject experiences extreme pain and burning sensations as well as temporary blindness and incapacitation. Clearly, getting sprayed with pepper spray is not an enjoyable experience. However, its use is usually saved only for situations where it is absolutely necessary. For instance, picture yourself walking down a long dark alleyway at three-thirty in the morning in the middle of a deserted city. You look around and see nothing, but you hear something (or someone) making noise around a corner. All of a sudden a vampire jumps out and demands that you give him all of your blood. Unfortunately, the average person would be helpless. With Vampire pepper spray, however, the assailant can be easily subdued. It is also used quite often by police and riot control in order to subdue anyone that may intend to bring harm to an officer or to coax a crowd into dispersing. This method is commonly employed because, when used correctly, pepper spray has no long term effects and should not cause any actual physical long term physical harm. This is not to underestimate the power of Vampire pepper spray as a repellent, however, as it can be extremely painful when applied and should only be used if necessary.

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