I'm out back sitting at our cafe table. Three military choppers just flew overhead, which is not normal. Right away, I think zombie outbreak. And I thought what would we do if zombies came from the woods and climbed up our back deck?
The girls would try and help but they'd probably get eaten or turned into zombie pups. It's not like we have a flame thrower, and if we did would it even work? I have a few good knives but they're not strong enough to remove a head. Maybe an ear or poke out an eyeball, but that's about it.
Nopers. We are NOT zombie-ready.
And they are up right now! Although every time I switch to the game, the boys play like crap. So I'm just keeping up with the score at the moment.ReplyDelete
Yeah, I need a zombie like that...
Kmart. Though I think Amazon had them too, but I'm not sure.Delete
Leave some food out to rot. That should do it. Nothing like a good dose of food poison.ReplyDelete
That could work!Delete
Don't worry, there's no such thing.ReplyDelete
And if there is, we can feed them my idiot ex-brother-in-law.
Well, true, but it'd slow them down trying to figure out if what's between his ears is worth chewing on!Delete
hahaahahaahaha,,, best comment ever. You have gotten some great millage with your idiot x brother-in-lawDelete
We could toss in my x to help out !
You guys are pretty darn funny.Delete
Love these kinds of comments. Good stuff. Good stuff, indeed.
I have an elaborate plan in place for when the Zombie Apocalypse arrives. And yes, I have a flame thrower, but that's just to slow them down. I'll use the bazooka to blow their heads off.ReplyDelete
Hahaha. I read your comment to Tim.Delete
You guys crack me up.
I'll just send Fran out first, he'll handle them for me in one way or another!!ReplyDelete
You don't have to run fast, just faster than Fran. But what if he became a zombie. He'd fix your wagon then.Delete
Good thing you're planning ahead. Hahahahahaha, get it? "a head" Oh, I just crack myself up.ReplyDelete
These were my thoughts for the day. Glad I got to share them here.Delete
I did have a sort of a flamethrower in my old house (my father used it while butchering pigs once a year with grandpa), but I'm not sure we still have it....ReplyDelete
It could be useful to slow those buggers down. Poor piggys though.Delete
it is just used to burn down the hair from the pigs once they cut their throats.... I used to set them free in hope they would escape... which is why they kept me locked in the house in such occasions....Delete
Sounds terrible to be a little kid and have such a love for animals and then to know that was going on. I'm sorry you had to have that.Delete
the worst thing was when my granny wanted me once to pluck freshly butchered chicken with her.... I refused, even though I was about ten, and she never asked me a thing after that :)Delete
looks like the ones from the game Plantz vs zombiesReplyDelete
I've not seen that yet. But I know what you're talking about because I've seen cakes with those decorations on them.Delete
Yikes! I hope they don't show up here.ReplyDelete
Imagine, if they really did?Delete
Played like Zombies in the second half!!ReplyDelete
I have a very mean German entrenching tool, that would love cracking zombie skulls
They really did. What a difference from first half of the game to the second.Delete
Cracking zombie skulls, sounds like a good title of something.
We're not zombie-ready either. If it happens, we're all lunch. Pets included.ReplyDelete
Not the pets! Bad zombies, bad zombies.Delete
This makes me look forward to the Walking Dead season 5!!!ReplyDelete
I had to stop watching it awhile ago, but wow, five years coming up. That's not bad, eh?Delete
I love how your brain works! I had a cupboard that was completely stacked with food and called it my Zombie Apocalypse cupboard. Brains...ReplyDelete