‘I only said that because you were trying to attach yourself to her like some kind of bloodsucker ,’ Shouma said, leaning comfortably into his crutches.
The extent to which I hate bloodsucking ticks can hardly be described and I subject myself to intense and private scrutiny when I return home.
In fact, the only interruption to my singing was when I'd slap my arm or thigh or back trying to swat one of the evil bloodsuckers .
He has even called in sponsorship from an insect-repellent manufacturer, providing wipes to keep the area's bloodsuckers at bay.
Ironically, the blood is now being sucked out the other way: India's hill stations will soon be sucked dry by a new variety of bloodsuckers .
But while most Manitobans curse the tiny bloodsuckers , this play makes them heroes.
When outdoors, people are encouraged to use an insect repellant containing DEET, an active ingredient unequalled at keeping the bloodsucking pests at bay.
I don't think that the people who make exaggerated petty claims are the worst bloodsuckers though, they are just greedy, self-centred and inconsiderate freeloaders.
The board at that place are bloodsuckers , pure and simple.
Cynics paint such corporate behemoths as bloodsuckers , but I have seen how they can transform the lives of their employees.