Kindergarten Teacher Lets Children Touch and Taste Her Blood

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As a gen­eral rule, you should always avoid another per­sons blood from get­ting into your body.

Cus­toms like “blood broth­ers” or “blood sis­ters” are dan­ger­ous and have many times put peo­ple at risk for con­tract­ing var­i­ous diseases.

On the other hand, if you get some­one else’s blood into your mouth, that’s a whole other ball­game, espe­cially if they are infected with a blood­borne ill­ness. The more blood that gets into your mouth, the greater the risk of infection.

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