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At a party last night, a friend of mine told me about an article she ran across about why zombies would or would not be plausible.
I thought, my goodness, I must read this immediately.
I found said articles, and holy hilarious. I need to share them with you, my bloggy friends. (A warning to any young readers out there, or readers who prefer clean things, these are a bit vulgar. There are some graphic pictures and they don't hold back on the cursing.) I laughed all the way through reading both of these.
First we have "5 Scientific Reasons a Zombie Apocalypse Could Actually Happen."
(I'll give you a moment to read. Lalalalalala *dances around like a loony*)
So if you're like me, you read that and went "oh... my... CRAP!" Seriously, some of those diseases are megascary, right? Especially since my Biggest Fear is actually a virus that kills everyone. (Not lying! I feel like anything else I'd be able to fight my way through. How am I supposed to fight a microscopic virus when I can't even see it?)
This second one might make you feel a little better. "7 Scientific Reasons a Zombie Outbreak Would Fail (Quickly)."
(I'm assuming you're reading. Which means you're not paying attention as I waltz with my cat. Twirly... twirly twirly and diiiiiip. Ahem.)
So I'll just chill here in my apartment until nature takes its toll on the zombies and all the hunters kill them off and the dogs eat them. Sweet. I can catch up on Bones and Top Chef.
And just in case that's not enough, I so totally call dibs on Bear Grylls for my apocalypse team. Yeah, you wish you thought of it first.