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O Negative. The Universal Giver

My mother’s blood type A.
My father’s is B.
They both have positive genotypes.
I am O negative.
O negative makes me special, not that I care but it does.
I am connected to everyone on this planet because of my blood.
O is the universal.
My blood transcends color, creed, or origin.

My mother use to make me give blood,she would say “Give blood. People need your blood type especially” I heard her voice again Friday when I saw a sign to give blood next week.I am crossed about giving blood, I hate needles and more importantly I hate what my blood type means. Anyone can take from me but I can not take from just anyone.That motif runs rampant in my life, things are taken from me, be it people, or money, or love.

I think it is time I wrote a book about the symbolic meaning of blood types, I am sure it will be a best seller for the melancholy teenage bunch looking for some divine propose in their cynical world. Oh, how I do hate teenagers.
I guess I am the universal giver.
It seems giving is my universal duty.

Fun facts about O Blood Types:
Only about 7% of all people have Type O negative blood.
Type O negative blood is the preferred type for accident victims and babies needing exchange transfusions.
There is always a need for Type O donors because their blood may be transfused to a person of any blood type in an emergency.

Fun facts about Anthony’s day:
Only after talking to his sister today, he realize how much he missed her.
Anthony is overcome with joy because he was visitor #857336 and has been congratulated for being so.
There is always a need for Anthony to watch cop dramas and smile because he loves the details of criminal cases more than anything else.

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