Blood Donation - And why you faggots should do it

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I donated blood again today. I'm going to write about it to try to convince you faggots to donate blood too.

It hit me that I've been doing so every eight weeks (barring illness, extended periods away from home, etc) for around twenty years now. Yeah, I first started when there was a van on my college campus and I saw a girl I was crushing on but who was totally friendzoning me go into it so I went in and did it so I could talk to her. Of course that didn't work out but when they called me several weeks later to make a new appointment, I figured sure, why not, and did it.

If you've never donated blood, the process goes something like this:
  1. Make an appointment. Pick a location and a time. The American Red Cross site is a good place to start, though there are other "brands" of blood banks.
  2. Show up for the appointment.
  3. Answer some questions about your health and history. The questions include stuff like:
    • Have you had certain medical procedures done? (Organ transplants, vaccinations, etc.)
    • Have you been in certain locations during certain periods of time when there were pandemics?
    • Have you taken any intravenous recreational drugs recently?
    • Have you been, or been with, a prostitute recently?
  4. Some minor health tests are done, including pulse and blood pressure. One involves pricking your finger and testing your blood, but I can't remember what exactly that one tests for.
  5. Assuming all is well in previous steps, they put you in a donation chair. There are three main types of donation:
    • Whole blood. The doc jabs a needle in your arm, and the needle is connected to a bag via a long tube. After collecting a a "unit" (a pint, or about half a liter) of blood, they bandage you up. Easy peasy. For me this process takes less than ten minutes once the needle gets in me.
    • "Power Red." Your blood goes into a machine which extracts the plasma and platelets and returns those back into you via another needle. With this, the docs can collect two units of blood at one time instead of one. I haven't tried this before.
    • Platelets. This is for real hardcore motherfuckers. You're hooked up to a machine which extracts the platelets and returns the blood to you. This process takes a few hours and the donation center will have TVs and DVD players hooked up next to the platelet chairs, because you won't be going anywhere for a while. But platelets have a short shelf life and are absolutely essential to the healing of some cancer patients more than plain blood. I haven't tried this before either, but I want to some day.
  6. Once you're done bleeding and bandaged up, the docs will give you a paper with a code on it corresponding to your blood donation. If you find that you've come down with canceraids in the next couple days, you can call the Red Cross and give them that code number and they'll know not to put it into some three-year-old leukemia patient.
  7. The docs point you towards a little snack area with juice and snacks. Getting food back into you is a good idea after donating blood, but another reason they do this is just to watch over you if you have any adverse effects immediately after donating.
  8. For the next 24 hours after donating, you're not to skip any meals or do any strenuous exercise. We already know you don't have any problems skipping meals, but do you think you can go just one day without masturbating? Are you sure? Okay, if you say so. Now go treat yourself to a Baconator and Frosty.
  9. Congratulations, you just saved the lives of zero to three people.
  10. A few weeks later, someone will call you to tell you that there is a desperate need for your blood type (there is always a desperate need for your blood type; it's a real goddamn tragedy) and when can you schedule another appointment to donate? I'm pretty sure the people they have doing these calls are paid commission since they can be kind of pushy. If you have the Red Cross app on your phone, it can also notify you of when you're coming due for a new appointment. For normal blood and I think also for Power Red, the interval is once every eight weeks; I think it's once every sixteen for platelets.
FAQ (Faggot-Asked Questions)

Why should I donate blood?

Because you help people. You will never know who, how many, or to what extent. I suspect that, even though there is always a severe shortage of my blood type, there have been times where there actually wasn't a need for my blood and they just threw it away after it "expired." But for how many times I've donated throughout my life, I must also think that I have to have helped at least one person who would have been totally fucked if I had not donated.

People who need a blood transfusion don't need it for funsies. They've had a really bad accident, or their body has some really fucky illness like leukemia. Many times, those people are kids who have barely really lived yet. Donating blood is such a simple thing; it's pretty much the least you can do to help these people out. Even financial donations to kids' hospitals and that sort of thing can only do so much. Why not help these people out if you can?

How long does it take?

The actual bleeding part usually takes me less than ten minutes. The other parts can depend on how busy the donation place is, how experienced the doc is at setting up the machines and such (some of those people have been doing that for years and could probably do it with their eyes closed, but you can tell when you get a newbie (or an older person) who moves a bit slower), but I'd guess 15 minutes for the health checkup, five minutes to get you hooked up to the machine, a couple minutes to get you disconnected, then five minutes for juice and snacks. This only applies to whole-blood donations.

But what if I'm afraid of needles?

Faggot. Yes, there are two needles involved in whole blood donation; one little tiny one (roughly the size of your pecker) they prick your finger with during the examination, and one thicc long boi they use to get the blood out of you. For platelets or Power Red, there's a third thicc boi going into you. The tiny one is literally just a pinprick; the big one, depending on the angle that it goes in and other stuff, can have an odd pinched-from-the-inside feeling while inside you, and may leave your arm sore for a day or two afterwards. It is not an excruciating pain. Put on your big boy panties and deal with it. You will live.

What if I pass out or something while donating?

What better place to pass out than in a room full of doctors? (Note: I don't know if these people are actually "doctors" in the literal sense; I'm not sure what official training they've had to have this job. I did ask one guy once who said he was a registered nurse, but I'm not sure if that applies to everyone. Allow me the luxury of using the word "doctor" to refer to people with some degree of medical training.)

In all my time donating blood, I have only ever seen someone pass out once, and that was after donation, in the snack area. I can't remember exactly what happened, but I do know that she was swarmed with docs who made sure she was taken care of.

Will I get paid?

No. I've seen it in sitcoms and stuff where some character is so poor that they donate blood for pocket money, but I've never heard of a blood bank actually paying people to donate. That said, they often have promotions where you can get a free T-shirt or an Amazon or Walmart gift card or so on. That's not why you donate, though (even though the T-shirts are kinda cool sometimes).

Reasons certain subsets of you faggots should donate blood

Wignat faggots:

Give those dirty brown people some of your pure Aryan blood. Then maybe they'll stop wearing their hats backwards and stealing jerbs and instead watch anime and smoke meth like a righteous huwite person like yourself.

Based & Red-pilled faggots:

The health questionnaire discourages degenerates who have been in jail or with prostitutes from donating, and trannies aren't allowed to donate. Um, hello? Based department?

Socialist faggots:

From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs. You have the ability to donate blood; therefore, you have the duty to do so, comrade.

Libertarian faggots:

By making an appointment, the blood bank permits transit upon its property. As part of the medical check-up process you acknowledge that you are donating blood, thus yielding any claim of ownership over said blood; the person receiving the blood (or their next of kin, if they are a minor or unconscious) also acknowledges receipt of the blood. Thus, no part of donating blood violates the non-aggression principle, though sadly roads funded by money stolen by the government in its role as the monopolist of violence may be involved in its transport.

Emo faggots:

Dusk. I walk among the beings of the night. The brightly-lit donation center pains my eyes, but I endure. I relish the sensation as the needle punctures my skin, my vein, and the crimson begins to flow. One ounce, two, three; how much sanguine matter will satiate her? As I see the crescent moon rise just outside the window, I bleed. It will be weeks, many long weeks, before I will once again know such bliss.

Normie faggots:

Think of the kids.

Gay faggots:

Perhaps you should try putting some other fluid of yours inside of strangers.

(To tell the truth, I'm not sure if you're actually banned from donating or not. I presume that the "gay = AIDS" thing is no longer in effect and homosexuals can donate blood nowadays. Perhaps others can weigh in here.)

Smug faggots:

Become a blood donor and you'll have yet another reason you're better than other people. Please feel free to post pictures of your bandaged arm on all thirteen of your social media accounts with a negging caption about how bad all those selfish normies who don't donate are.

Do it, faggot

If this stupid write-up convinced you to stop being a faggot and start donating blood already, please let me know. If, on the other hand, you already donate blood regularly, please feel free to share your own arguments below.

If I haven't convinced you and you still have some concerns or doubts, please share those as well. Give us donator faggots another chance to change your mind.
 
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lightswitchdoll

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What if I pass out or something while donating?
I passed out right towards the end of my one and only donation but they still managed to get a bag of blood out of me. Mind you, this was the NHS so they probably just left me hooked up and draining until the bag was full.

I can't donate any more but my blood type is the trash one they never run out of anyway so I don't feel too bad.
 

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I like this, but you forgot that you can, I believe, also ask them to squirrel away some of your blood to treat YOU if you get hurt, so you forgot to put "You can also help YOURSELF" in the helpfulness section. Correct me if this is wrong or only reserved for people with super exotic blood types. I recall mention of it from an article about the rarest types.

Unfortunately, I'm O+ so they like to call me and tell me all the babies will die without my blood and it makes me scared to let them know where I live.
 

KateHikes14

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I like this, but you forgot that you can, I believe, also ask them to squirrel away some of your blood to treat YOU if you get hurt, so you forgot to put "You can also help YOURSELF" in the helpfulness section. Correct me if this is wrong or only reserved for people with super exotic blood types. I recall mention of it from an article about the rarest types.

Unfortunately, I'm O+ so they like to call me and tell me all the babies will die without my blood and it makes me scared to let them know where I live.
Not that there's not something I'm overlooking, but blood has a fairly short shelf life. I'm really not sure about that one.
 

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Not that there's not something I'm overlooking, but blood has a fairly short shelf life. I'm really not sure about that one.

One of the rarest blood types in the world is Rhnull, sometimes referred to as ‘golden blood’. People with this blood type have a complete absence of any of the Rh antigens. It was first discovered in an Aboriginal Australian and is extremely rare, with fewer than 50 individuals known to have Rhnull blood in the 50 years after its discovery. Its rarity means that donations of Rhnull are incredibly scarce and difficult to obtain when an Rhnull individual needs a blood transfusion, relying on the cooperation of a small network of regular Rhnull donors around the world to ensure this blood type is always available when needed.

This is what I was thinking of, at least in part. I'm honestly surprised I found it again since I read it ages ago. If I can find anything on the storage for later use thing I'll drop that too (though yeah, you would have to refresh the supply as it expired, which I think was mentioned wherever I read about it).

I read a lot of random medical journals. It could have just smeared together. Donating blood is definitely good and everyone should do it and save lots of babies.

Information on how to donate blood for yourself!

The act of donating blood to yourself is called "autologous" blood donation. It's done in the weeks before non-emergency surgery. The blood is stored until the operation. This seems like it's mostly helpful by not taking blood someone else donated out of the system.
 
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catpin

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I donated blood again today. I'm going to write about it to try to convince you faggots to donate blood too.

It hit me that I've been doing so every eight weeks (barring illness, extended periods away from home, etc) for around twenty years now. Yeah, I first started when there was a van on my college campus and I saw a girl I was crushing on but who was totally friendzoning me go into it so I went in and did it so I could talk to her. Of course that didn't work out but when they called me several weeks later to make a new appointment, I figured sure, why not, and did it.

If you've never donated blood, the process goes something like this:
  1. Make an appointment. Pick a location and a time. The American Red Cross site is a good place to start, though there are other "brands" of blood banks.
  2. Show up for the appointment.
  3. Answer some questions about your health and history. The questions include stuff like:
    • Have you had certain medical procedures done? (Organ transplants, vaccinations, etc.)
    • Have you been in certain locations during certain periods of time when there were pandemics?
    • Have you taken any intravenous recreational drugs recently?
    • Have you been, or been with, a prostitute recently?
  4. Some minor health tests are done, including pulse and blood pressure. One involves pricking your finger and testing your blood, but I can't remember what exactly that one tests for.
  5. Assuming all is well in previous steps, they put you in a donation chair. There are three main types of donation:
    • Whole blood. The doc jabs a needle in your arm, and the needle is connected to a bag via a long tube. After collecting a a "unit" (a pint, or about half a liter) of blood, they bandage you up. Easy peasy. For me this process takes less than ten minutes once the needle gets in me.
    • "Power Red." Your blood goes into a machine which extracts the plasma and platelets and returns those back into you via another needle. With this, the docs can collect two units of blood at one time instead of one. I haven't tried this before.
    • Platelets. This is for real hardcore motherfuckers. You're hooked up to a machine which extracts the platelets and returns the blood to you. This process takes a few hours and the donation center will have TVs and DVD players hooked up next to the platelet chairs, because you won't be going anywhere for a while. But platelets have a short shelf life and are absolutely essential to the healing of some cancer patients more than plain blood. I haven't tried this before either, but I want to some day.
  6. Once you're done bleeding and bandaged up, the docs will give you a paper with a code on it corresponding to your blood donation. If you find that you've come down with canceraids in the next couple days, you can call the Red Cross and give them that code number and they'll know not to put it into some three-year-old leukemia patient.
  7. The docs point you towards a little snack area with juice and snacks. Getting food back into you is a good idea after donating blood, but another reason they do this is just to watch over you if you have any adverse effects immediately after donating.
  8. For the next 24 hours after donating, you're not to skip any meals or do any strenuous exercise. We already know you don't have any problems skipping meals, but do you think you can go just one day without masturbating? Are you sure? Okay, if you say so. Now go treat yourself to a Baconator and Frosty.
  9. Congratulations, you just saved the lives of zero to three people.
  10. A few weeks later, someone will call you to tell you that there is a desperate need for your blood type (there is always a desperate need for your blood type; it's a real goddamn tragedy) and when can you schedule another appointment to donate? I'm pretty sure the people they have doing these calls are paid commission since they can be kind of pushy. If you have the Red Cross app on your phone, it can also notify you of when you're coming due for a new appointment. For normal blood and I think also for Power Red, the interval is once every eight weeks; I think it's once every sixteen for platelets.
FAQ (Faggot-Asked Questions)

Why should I donate blood?

Because you help people. You will never know who, how many, or to what extent. I suspect that, even though there is always a severe shortage of my blood type, there have been times where there actually wasn't a need for my blood and they just threw it away after it "expired." But for how many times I've donated throughout my life, I must also think that I have to have helped at least one person who would have been totally fucked if I had not donated.

People who need a blood transfusion don't need it for funsies. They've had a really bad accident, or their body has some really fucky illness like leukemia. Many times, those people are kids who have barely really lived yet. Donating blood is such a simple thing; it's pretty much the least you can do to help these people out. Even financial donations to kids' hospitals and that sort of thing can only do so much. Why not help these people out if you can?

How long does it take?

The actual bleeding part usually takes me less than ten minutes. The other parts can depend on how busy the donation place is, how experienced the doc is at setting up the machines and such (some of those people have been doing that for years and could probably do it with their eyes closed, but you can tell when you get a newbie (or an older person) who moves a bit slower), but I'd guess 15 minutes for the health checkup, five minutes to get you hooked up to the machine, a couple minutes to get you disconnected, then five minutes for juice and snacks. This only applies to whole-blood donations.

But what if I'm afraid of needles?

Faggot. Yes, there are two needles involved in whole blood donation; one little tiny one (roughly the size of your pecker) they prick your finger with during the examination, and one thicc long boi they use to get the blood out of you. For platelets or Power Red, there's a third thicc boi going into you. The tiny one is literally just a pinprick; the big one, depending on the angle that it goes in and other stuff, can have an odd pinched-from-the-inside feeling while inside you, and may leave your arm sore for a day or two afterwards. It is not an excruciating pain. Put on your big boy panties and deal with it. You will live.

What if I pass out or something while donating?

What better place to pass out than in a room full of doctors? (Note: I don't know if these people are actually "doctors" in the literal sense; I'm not sure what official training they've had to have this job. I did ask one guy once who said he was a registered nurse, but I'm not sure if that applies to everyone. Allow me the luxury of using the word "doctor" to refer to people with some degree of medical training.)

In all my time donating blood, I have only ever seen someone pass out once, and that was after donation, in the snack area. I can't remember exactly what happened, but I do know that she was swarmed with docs who made sure she was taken care of.

Will I get paid?

No. I've seen it in sitcoms and stuff where some character is so poor that they donate blood for pocket money, but I've never heard of a blood bank actually paying people to donate. That said, they often have promotions where you can get a free T-shirt or an Amazon or Walmart gift card or so on. That's not why you donate, though (even though the T-shirts are kinda cool sometimes).

Reasons certain subsets of you faggots should donate blood

Wignat faggots:

Give those dirty brown people some of your pure Aryan blood. Then maybe they'll stop wearing their hats backwards and stealing jerbs and instead watch anime and smoke meth like a righteous huwite person like yourself.

Based & Red-pilled faggots:

The health questionnaire discourages degenerates who have been in jail or with prostitutes from donating, and trannies aren't allowed to donate. Um, hello? Based department?

Socialist faggots:

From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs. You have the ability to donate blood; therefore, you have the duty to do so, comrade.

Libertarian faggots:

By making an appointment, the blood bank permits transit upon its property. As part of the medical check-up process you acknowledge that you are donating blood, thus yielding any claim of ownership over said blood; the person receiving the blood (or their next of kin, if they are a minor or unconscious) also acknowledges receipt of the blood. Thus, no part of donating blood violates the non-aggression principle, though sadly roads funded by money stolen by the government in its role as the monopolist of violence may be involved in its transport.

Emo faggots:

Dusk. I walk among the beings of the night. The brightly-lit donation center pains my eyes, but I endure. I relish the sensation as the needle punctures my skin, my vein, and the crimson begins to flow. One ounce, two, three; how much sanguine matter will satiate her? As I see the crescent moon rise just outside the window, I bleed. It will be weeks, many long weeks, before I will once again know such bliss.

Normie faggots:

Think of the kids.

Gay faggots:

Perhaps you should try putting some other fluid of yours inside of strangers.

(To tell the truth, I'm not sure if you're actually banned from donating or not. I presume that the "gay = AIDS" thing is no longer in effect and homosexuals can donate blood nowadays. Perhaps others can weigh in here.)

Smug faggots:

Become a blood donor and you'll have yet another reason you're better than other people. Please feel free to post pictures of your bandaged arm on all thirteen of your social media accounts with a negging caption about how bad all those selfish normies who don't donate are.

Do it, faggot

If this stupid write-up convinced you to stop being a faggot and start donating blood already, please let me know. If, on the other hand, you already donate blood regularly, please feel free to share your own arguments below.

If I haven't convinced you and you still have some concerns or doubts, please share those as well. Give us donator faggots another chance to change your mind.
Im going to dox you and give you HIV so you will never be able to donate blood again virtue faggot
 

Popper Whiting

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I donated blood again today. I'm going to write about it to try to convince you faggots to donate blood too.

It hit me that I've been doing so every eight weeks (barring illness, extended periods away from home, etc) for around twenty years now. Yeah, I first started when there was a van on my college campus and I saw a girl I was crushing on but who was totally friendzoning me go into it so I went in and did it so I could talk to her. Of course that didn't work out but when they called me several weeks later to make a new appointment, I figured sure, why not, and did it.

If you've never donated blood, the process goes something like this:
  1. Make an appointment. Pick a location and a time. The American Red Cross site is a good place to start, though there are other "brands" of blood banks.
  2. Show up for the appointment.
  3. Answer some questions about your health and history. The questions include stuff like:
    • Have you had certain medical procedures done? (Organ transplants, vaccinations, etc.)
    • Have you been in certain locations during certain periods of time when there were pandemics?
    • Have you taken any intravenous recreational drugs recently?
    • Have you been, or been with, a prostitute recently?
  4. Some minor health tests are done, including pulse and blood pressure. One involves pricking your finger and testing your blood, but I can't remember what exactly that one tests for.
  5. Assuming all is well in previous steps, they put you in a donation chair. There are three main types of donation:
    • Whole blood. The doc jabs a needle in your arm, and the needle is connected to a bag via a long tube. After collecting a a "unit" (a pint, or about half a liter) of blood, they bandage you up. Easy peasy. For me this process takes less than ten minutes once the needle gets in me.
    • "Power Red." Your blood goes into a machine which extracts the plasma and platelets and returns those back into you via another needle. With this, the docs can collect two units of blood at one time instead of one. I haven't tried this before.
    • Platelets. This is for real hardcore motherfuckers. You're hooked up to a machine which extracts the platelets and returns the blood to you. This process takes a few hours and the donation center will have TVs and DVD players hooked up next to the platelet chairs, because you won't be going anywhere for a while. But platelets have a short shelf life and are absolutely essential to the healing of some cancer patients more than plain blood. I haven't tried this before either, but I want to some day.
  6. Once you're done bleeding and bandaged up, the docs will give you a paper with a code on it corresponding to your blood donation. If you find that you've come down with canceraids in the next couple days, you can call the Red Cross and give them that code number and they'll know not to put it into some three-year-old leukemia patient.
  7. The docs point you towards a little snack area with juice and snacks. Getting food back into you is a good idea after donating blood, but another reason they do this is just to watch over you if you have any adverse effects immediately after donating.
  8. For the next 24 hours after donating, you're not to skip any meals or do any strenuous exercise. We already know you don't have any problems skipping meals, but do you think you can go just one day without masturbating? Are you sure? Okay, if you say so. Now go treat yourself to a Baconator and Frosty.
  9. Congratulations, you just saved the lives of zero to three people.
  10. A few weeks later, someone will call you to tell you that there is a desperate need for your blood type (there is always a desperate need for your blood type; it's a real goddamn tragedy) and when can you schedule another appointment to donate? I'm pretty sure the people they have doing these calls are paid commission since they can be kind of pushy. If you have the Red Cross app on your phone, it can also notify you of when you're coming due for a new appointment. For normal blood and I think also for Power Red, the interval is once every eight weeks; I think it's once every sixteen for platelets.
FAQ (Faggot-Asked Questions)

Why should I donate blood?

Because you help people. You will never know who, how many, or to what extent. I suspect that, even though there is always a severe shortage of my blood type, there have been times where there actually wasn't a need for my blood and they just threw it away after it "expired." But for how many times I've donated throughout my life, I must also think that I have to have helped at least one person who would have been totally fucked if I had not donated.

People who need a blood transfusion don't need it for funsies. They've had a really bad accident, or their body has some really fucky illness like leukemia. Many times, those people are kids who have barely really lived yet. Donating blood is such a simple thing; it's pretty much the least you can do to help these people out. Even financial donations to kids' hospitals and that sort of thing can only do so much. Why not help these people out if you can?

How long does it take?

The actual bleeding part usually takes me less than ten minutes. The other parts can depend on how busy the donation place is, how experienced the doc is at setting up the machines and such (some of those people have been doing that for years and could probably do it with their eyes closed, but you can tell when you get a newbie (or an older person) who moves a bit slower), but I'd guess 15 minutes for the health checkup, five minutes to get you hooked up to the machine, a couple minutes to get you disconnected, then five minutes for juice and snacks. This only applies to whole-blood donations.

But what if I'm afraid of needles?

Faggot. Yes, there are two needles involved in whole blood donation; one little tiny one (roughly the size of your pecker) they prick your finger with during the examination, and one thicc long boi they use to get the blood out of you. For platelets or Power Red, there's a third thicc boi going into you. The tiny one is literally just a pinprick; the big one, depending on the angle that it goes in and other stuff, can have an odd pinched-from-the-inside feeling while inside you, and may leave your arm sore for a day or two afterwards. It is not an excruciating pain. Put on your big boy panties and deal with it. You will live.

What if I pass out or something while donating?

What better place to pass out than in a room full of doctors? (Note: I don't know if these people are actually "doctors" in the literal sense; I'm not sure what official training they've had to have this job. I did ask one guy once who said he was a registered nurse, but I'm not sure if that applies to everyone. Allow me the luxury of using the word "doctor" to refer to people with some degree of medical training.)

In all my time donating blood, I have only ever seen someone pass out once, and that was after donation, in the snack area. I can't remember exactly what happened, but I do know that she was swarmed with docs who made sure she was taken care of.

Will I get paid?

No. I've seen it in sitcoms and stuff where some character is so poor that they donate blood for pocket money, but I've never heard of a blood bank actually paying people to donate. That said, they often have promotions where you can get a free T-shirt or an Amazon or Walmart gift card or so on. That's not why you donate, though (even though the T-shirts are kinda cool sometimes).

Reasons certain subsets of you faggots should donate blood

Wignat faggots:

Give those dirty brown people some of your pure Aryan blood. Then maybe they'll stop wearing their hats backwards and stealing jerbs and instead watch anime and smoke meth like a righteous huwite person like yourself.

Based & Red-pilled faggots:

The health questionnaire discourages degenerates who have been in jail or with prostitutes from donating, and trannies aren't allowed to donate. Um, hello? Based department?

Socialist faggots:

From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs. You have the ability to donate blood; therefore, you have the duty to do so, comrade.

Libertarian faggots:

By making an appointment, the blood bank permits transit upon its property. As part of the medical check-up process you acknowledge that you are donating blood, thus yielding any claim of ownership over said blood; the person receiving the blood (or their next of kin, if they are a minor or unconscious) also acknowledges receipt of the blood. Thus, no part of donating blood violates the non-aggression principle, though sadly roads funded by money stolen by the government in its role as the monopolist of violence may be involved in its transport.

Emo faggots:

Dusk. I walk among the beings of the night. The brightly-lit donation center pains my eyes, but I endure. I relish the sensation as the needle punctures my skin, my vein, and the crimson begins to flow. One ounce, two, three; how much sanguine matter will satiate her? As I see the crescent moon rise just outside the window, I bleed. It will be weeks, many long weeks, before I will once again know such bliss.

Normie faggots:

Think of the kids.

Gay faggots:

Perhaps you should try putting some other fluid of yours inside of strangers.

(To tell the truth, I'm not sure if you're actually banned from donating or not. I presume that the "gay = AIDS" thing is no longer in effect and homosexuals can donate blood nowadays. Perhaps others can weigh in here.)

Smug faggots:

Become a blood donor and you'll have yet another reason you're better than other people. Please feel free to post pictures of your bandaged arm on all thirteen of your social media accounts with a negging caption about how bad all those selfish normies who don't donate are.

Do it, faggot

If this stupid write-up convinced you to stop being a faggot and start donating blood already, please let me know. If, on the other hand, you already donate blood regularly, please feel free to share your own arguments below.

If I haven't convinced you and you still have some concerns or doubts, please share those as well. Give us donator faggots another chance to change your mind.
Everytime I go to donate blood they turn me down based on the fact that I am AB negative. Apparently due to it being a rarer blood type the bloodbanks in Australia have plenty of AB neg due to way lower demand, but are more desperate for Os and As considering more people have those blood types hence a lot more gets used.
 

HempSoap

Mad at the Industrial Revolution while on the Web
True & Honest Fan
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>help people
fuck off. charity is stupid.
I will gladly take your virtue signalling blood when i need it, now get fucked faggot lel
 

hotcheetospuffs

Bora Bora Eat Some More-a
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Your blood donation is worth a lot of money to the health system, something like 300 dollars. Once you start donating they will call you and call you, and call you some more to schedule another donation as Least Concern said, no matter the blood type. They're worse than telemarketers and if you tell them not to call, they still will because they aren't technically telemarketing. It's a kind thing to do, I've given over five gallons over the years. You get a little checkup and if you drink after you get drunk easier. Sometimes you can even get movie tickets or an amazon gift card or some sort of incentive. And in the spirit of old-school bloodletting, it may even be healthy. It's become such a racket with the phone calls though that I find myself not doing any more
 

Carlos Weston Chantor

Experienced For Barb's Pleasure
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Imagine literally giving away your blood (the Soul is stored in the Blood according to the Bible) so that some jewish centenarian billionaire can get his daily transfusion. Some of yall mfs truly be gullible af
 

Least Concern

Pretend I have a Yang avatar like everyone else
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>giving away your literal lifeblood to foreign elites who then sell it to hospitals

i would actually, truly and honestly and kill myself first.

Who's the foreign elite? The Red Cross? lol okay. It's not like they're shipping your blood off to Israel or something.

Why can't I set the price of my own blood?

You can. But with so many people giving theirs away for free, there might not be any buyers.

Im going to dox you and give you HIV so you will never be able to donate blood again virtue faggot

And how do you plan to give me HIV, big boy? :tomgirl:

Type O detected.

Will not confirm or deny, though I guess I did just dox that I have a more in-demand type than others. I just figured demand for everybody's type was constantly "critical" just to pressure people to get in the chairs. Oh well.
 

Fanatical Pragmatist

Bomber Harris Do It Again!
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Yeah I give blood.
Its whatever.

As a bonus though they will tell you if you have COVID antibodies without having to pay for an antibody test, and AFAIK you don't get clocked as a "new case" so govt faggots wont use you as a reason to lockdoon and moosk up
 
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