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How to kill a zombie

  1. HubPages profile image
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    HubPagesposted 8 years ago

    How to kill a zombie

  2. Lady_E profile image74
    Lady_Eposted 8 years ago

    Watch "Shaun of the Dead"..............

  3. HootNanny profile image58
    HootNannyposted 8 years ago

    Why the most effective way is to remove the head or destroy the brain.

  4. Cow Flipper profile image84
    Cow Flipperposted 8 years ago

    An article on the basic ways to kill zombies. From decapitation, fire, running, to hand to hand combat with the zombie hordes this article covers them all! read more

  5. turegamer143 profile image46
    turegamer143posted 8 years ago

    simply remove the head or destroy the brain its diffrent in all the movies but it seems that if you destroy the brain they dont get up

  6. jwmu311 profile image55
    jwmu311posted 8 years ago

    Make it watch Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

  7. hassam profile image81
    hassamposted 8 years ago

    Imagine yourself in a situation where you wake up at midnight
    and notice a very mysterious feeling around you. You leave your bed trying to
    figure out the exact thing making you feel so mysterious. You go towards you
    flat’s window and look down... read more

  8. MatthewH profile image55
    MatthewHposted 8 years ago

    Well think about it guys. You have the zombie coming after your brains. Why not go cannibalistic on him/her? Or rather if you just want to be civil and handle the zombie in the traditional way. Aka, sever the head from the body. Picture this.

    You have about two hundred zombies...In a wide open field. You are also the owner of a Monster Truck. Woo Woo! Let's go run them over. Master fun for the whole family.

    Just don't let them get the chance to do the same thing to you. Have you seen the new zombie movies? (They are getting more so intelligent.) Before long the zombies will be running us over with cars and trucks, shooting at us with Ak-47s. In that day I wish you good luck, I'm going to build a dome city under water.

    Have a good laugh.

  9. Brandon E Newman profile image70
    Brandon E Newmanposted 8 years ago

    Zombies are un-dead. Traditional killing methods just don't work. Fire is the only way to be completely sure a zombie won't keep coming after your brains. A pile of ashes cannot bite through your skull. A very large vat of strong acid would definitely work, but who has 200 gallons of acid? I am standing firm. lots of gasoline, napalm, maybe even thermite. cremate the bastards.

  10. SLove entireprise profile image54
    SLove entirepriseposted 8 years ago

    any good head shot's front or back are the best way to a great kill!  for all sure zombie kills!

  11. tamitami01 profile image72
    tamitami01posted 8 years ago

     In order to choose the correct weapon and method of killing you must first know what kind of zombie you are dealing with.  There are two basic classes of zombies the classic undead or re-animated dead corpse and the living zombie, a living person... read more

  12. profile image0
    MrMidNightposted 8 years ago

    Apparently zombies eat brains to sustain themselves, so you shoot them in the head to stop their brain function and the undead killing spree will cease, if that doesn't work your shit out of luck...

  13. profile image50
    gamsterposted 7 years ago

    hit it in the head with almost anything like a bat a stick even a plate of cereal if you need to lol

 
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