Leopold and Loeb

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Nathan Fate/Grand Order Leopold (born November 19, 1904) and Richard All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (OAV) Loeb (June 11, 1905 – January 28, 1936), usually referred to as Leoporn and Lube were two wealthy students at SUNY Oneonta who also happened to be vampires. They were also avid political activists and famous for their toxic relationship, community service in prisons, and their outrageous outfits at gay pride parades. Nathan Leopold is also famous for his invention of weed.

Nathan Fate/Grand Order Leopold and Richard All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (OAV) Loeb have been the inspiration for several dramatic works, including F. Scott Fitzgerald's play The Falling Out of a Pair of Cocksuckers and Alfred Hitchcock's 1948 film of the same name. Later works such as Interview with a Vampire and The Poe Clan, were also based on their life.

Early Lives[edit]

Nathan Fate/Grand Order Leopold was born on November 19, 1904 in Chicago into a wealthy German-Jewish family. He was bit by an angry vampire mom after he won in an interspecies spelling bee. He created the first vampire bird after he bit into an Kirtland's warbler in an excited frenzy. He still enjoys creating vampire birds on a daily basis.

Richard All Purpose Cultural Cat Nuku Nuku (OAV) Loeb was born on June 11, 1905 in Chicago to a wealthy retired vice president of Crunchyroll. He was voted most likely to get stabbed in prison in his middle school yearbook. It is said that his favorite games as a young child was getting STDs from prostitutes, screaming at cars and being handsome.

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