It means that the world is overrun by flesh eating zombies and you had better stay inside and hide!
It is when gullible people start to blur the line between fact and fiction. Zombies are not real, there is no virus. People really have to stop taking everything they hear on the Internet seriously.
it means a hell of a lot of fun haha =p I mean I don't know. in my opinion if there was going to be an apocalypse I would rather it be a zombie apocalypse just for the fun of it.
by Marlene Bertrand 6 years ago
What does the phrase, "Elephant in the room" mean?Sometimes, I hear people say, "Well, isn't THAT the elephant in the room?" I think I know, but really, what does it mean?
by MPChris 4 years ago
How would you prepare for the Zombie Apocalypse?Have you thought about this? Is there reason to fear a potential pandemic, Zombies or no? How do you think the world would change?
by colpolbear 6 years ago
Here are the rules. You get one choice, and one choice only. Dead or alive, real or fictional (as long as the fictional character is well known.) Choose wisely!P.S. Jesus isn't an option. Jesus is already a zombie!
by thebeast02 6 years ago
If a zombie apocalypse happened, where would you want to set up your defense?I would chose either Cabelas or another large sporting goods store. Due to their weapon stocks as well as food rations and water.
by Wayne Tully 7 years ago
What would you do in a zombie apocalypse?
by Wesman Todd Shaw 5 years ago
Zombie Apocalypse Survival Gear?Everyone not already affected by the Zombie virus well knows the Zombie Apocalypse is coming.What sort of survival gear and training will be essential to have and to know on that sad day when the undead flesh eaters launch their strike upon the rest of the Earth?
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