Werewolves and Garlic

Someone asked me today if werewolves were afraid of garlic. I thought that everyone knew the answer to this, but since I was wrong I’ll answer the question for anyone else that is looking for it. Garlic has nothing to do with werewolves. Garlic and vampires historically go together, not garlic and werewolves. As legends have it, garlic is said to repel vampires (if this is true or not, I don’t know) – Bram Stoker in the novel Dracula made this a very popular notion, although it really went way back before his time…interestingly, another blood-sucker – the mosquito is also repelled by garlic (maybe this is where this started? I don’t know.).



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12 Responses

  1. Sabrefang says:

    Although garlic is good on bread

  2. Hachina says:

    Also, garlic knots. (yum lulz) XD

  3. Cas says:

    osteaks with garlic butter too.

  4. Silverwing says:

    yes steak and garlic equals awesome

    • III says:

      I cook all meat on my grill seasoned with olio, alio, sale and pepe, after living in northern Italy for 3 years.

  5. Cas says:

    is Sabrefang resting?

  6. Mutt says:

    Mmm… Steak is good.

  7. Hachina says:

    Nom nom nom. Steaks + Garlic = LUV. lol

  8. Lunar says:

    Have to agree with the steak and garlic butter. 🙂 I like garlic bread sticks as well

  9. shane says:

    But what if the symtoms dont go away and you get to feeling strange around people

  10. James says:

    Actually garlic is like catnip to werewolves.

  11. Wynter says:

    my family already know ALL about werewolves actually. We are werewolves and yes James u are right.

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