The real kicker is that even if he did have HIV the kid wouldn't have contracted it through the bite. Further affirming how dumb the mom would be.
@AN AMERICAN, what about factors like a cut in the kids mouth for the hiv to make it into the bloodstream? I can't be certain but, I think that could make a difference.
@AN AMERICAN, it's unlikely, but not impossible.
@StonedSceneKid, it's not Impossible but in all reality it would never happen. You would have to both cut major arteries and rub them together to ensure a transfer of hiv.
@satan of the north, so oral is hiv safe?
@Caine, no, but greatly greatly unlikely
@satan of the north, bummer
@Caine, don't be a fool, wrap your tool
@AN AMERICAN, it's more likely than you think unfortunately...
@StonedSceneKid, yes. If he did the risk would be higher yet still highly unlikely.
@AN AMERICAN, you can totally get hepatitis from biting someone though. I'd pull that on someone
@AN AMERICAN, Contact between broken skin, wounds, or mucous membranes and HIV-infected blood or blood-contaminated body fluids. Deep, open-mouth kissing if both partners have sores or bleeding gums and blood from the HIV-positive partner gets into the bloodstream of the HIV-negative partner. HIV is not spread through saliva.
First time I heard of biters. If a kid tries to bite me I'll smack the lil shjt
@Gas Chamber, agreed. I’ve never heard of a kid biting a random person, let alone enough for this guy to be upset about “biters”.
@Gas Chamber, I'm just saying, I'll close fisted punch a child.
Hepatitis C would have been better because it's more common and takes longer to get the results.
The level of evil that I aspire to be
I don't believe this, not because it's unbelievable, but because there's no way his friend picked up on it so much, that he knew exactly to pretend that he had HIV or something.... Unless he's a mindreader I'm calling bullsh1t
@Mhael, I think this has been done by those two before so can we agree on plausable?
@HellboyPerlman, Ehh it's stretching, but could be.. Yea
@Mhael, well I mean he didn't have to know he was talking about HIV. If u saw my friend get bit and start screaming I would join in too. And who knows maybe the guy who got bit was playing off of his friend saying "... Maybe he didn't get it"
This story is old but it brightens my day each time i picture it.
@abelgray, It always reminds me of grad school. We were in a lab preparing calibration sample by injecting toluene into bags filled with air. One of the guys was careless with the syringe/pipette (blunt but thin needle) and jabbed me in the leg without realizing it. When I told him what he’d done he said he couldn’t have stabbed me since it wasn’t sharp. He then proceeded to tap his finger on the pipette to prove he was right. It pierced his skin. He looked a little shocked. Then I told him, “Great job. Now you have to worry about any pathogens I have. I just have to worry about toluene.” He looked sick. Mind you, this was when HIV-AIDS was still big news. I let him freak a moment, then reminded him I was a grad school nerd and he was safe as far as I knew.
Ha, now she has to spend unnecessary money to get the kid tested
@WickedStyx, She shouldn't have let her kid bite people.
@Strident, that too
@WickedStyx, That's where the fun begins.
@Strident, Just fvcking kill me. I give up. I misread your comment causing me to say the first one. Then I read it correctly and I tried to fix it.
It least the mom learned a lesson. Kids cannot be left to be kids because they aren't immune to consequences - even if they're fake in this case
That's fücked up. Kids running around and biting people and the parents that let them are assholes, but that kid deserves a month-long grounding or something, not fücking HIV.
Biting people isn't ok at all, but fück this guy. It isn't right to be happy about a little kid maybe getting HIV.
@Depressed Panda, except he was faking that he had HIV in the first place.
@Danger Noodle, ok. Dude goes from 100% dick to 90% dick.
@Depressed Panda, 90% is better than 100% lol
@Depressed Panda, lying to someone that does bad to scare yhem into not doing bad anymore should be fine because if he actually was HIV positive, it's not his fault for being bit, he just gave that kid and his mom a life lesson.
@Agent Upvote, my original problem was him being happy about maybe giving a kid HIV, which is unacceptable, as there's no way that kid deserved that.
Even though he doesn't have HIV he's still a dick. I don't care how terrible a parent she is, he just made her think her kid got HIV. I do not think that is an appropriate level of response.
@Depressed Panda, I do agree both sides are bad in this situation. He was too happy about scarring a child, the child I feel bad for. The mother I do not, she should have known better, it'll make her parenting better. She seemed like the kind of parent that thought her kid could do no wrong, and if he did, she'd blame it on the other person and yell at that. Or she'd ignore what the kid did and yell at them for yelling at the kid, but with a response like this, she can't blame them for being bit, or having a disease, so it's like telling her "You're in the wrong" and she can't argue, it's a slap in the face, one I believe she deserved. The kid however did not..
Pretty sure "biters" isn't a thing, and even if this scenario did happen, the guy being bit would have been just as shocked as the rest of us would be and would have definitely raised hell with the parents and not had thought of a scheme like this to trick the parent/kid.
I don't want to, I really don't, but I must.... *presses x"
I would have just smacked the little mosquito good work sir