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March 06, 2023
WATCH: Zoomer With HIV Is Upset Because It Means He Can't Make a Blood Pact With His Friends
I regret to inform you that today, we have yet another example of how far society has fallen. The Zoomers have gotten AIDS. And this particular Zoomer is upset because that means he can't make a blood pact with his friends. A natural main concern.
19-year-old TikToker Zack Willmore explained in a recent video, "One of my big things on my bucket list was to have a blood pact with some of my friends. And I was like ugh, now that I have HIV, I'll never be able to do that. But I asked my doctor and he was like, 'even though I really highly don't recommend it because of a number of other reasons, technically HIV is not the problem there.'"
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He elaborated that HIV won't be a problem once he is fully undetectable. Then he can make all the blood pacts he wants. I guess.
It is quite funny that, upon being diagnosed with HIV, one of his major concerns was about a hypothetical blood pact. But his full story is quite sad. In the TikTok where he announced his diagnosis, he said, "I just feel honestly so gross, I wish I could take like a big needle and drain all of the blood out of my body [...] This honestly feels like the end of the world to me [...] I was told people with HIV can live up to 70, but I don't even want to live past 20."
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So he's clearly going through it. It's a lot to handle, especially at just 19-years-old. And I can't help but wonder: if our culture were maybe a little less promotional of certain degenerate behaviors that can lead to HIV, would there be less people who have to go through this? Just a thought.