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Dead and Loving It
Have you never wanted to know what it’s like to be dead? Well if not that, then how about undead? Haven’t you ever wanted to be a vaguely immortal, flesh eating shambler from the grave with worms for eyeballs? Well now’s your chance. There are several websites online that allow you to become a zombie without the stink. You don’t even have to die. They will take your photo and zombify it.
Go Elf Yourself
Do you remember awhile back there was a website that allowed you to go elf yourself? The idea was that you would get to see what you would look like as one of Santa’s Elves.
Well it’s your lucky day because today you get to see what you would look like if you were the spawn of hell, spat up from a fresh grave, rotting for all you’re worth.
Zombification can be had at the locations below. Enter at your own risk. Your mileage may vary. Always remember that nothing on the internet is ever completely safe. I tested the zombification websites using the online website checkers safeweb.norton and urlvoid and nothing bad came up so they are not known bad websites. Wouldn’t it be ironic if you got a computer virus from looking at sites about zombie viruses? Let’s avoid that if we can. Naturally the Walking Dead site gets the best rating of the three websites.
Written in Blood
For those interested in all things zombie there is such a thing as a zombie font. This is, at least for me, a puzzling concept because to my knowledge, zombies can’t write or type. I guess the notion is that if zombies could write then they might write like left handed doctors using a quill pen. All smeary and such. Or they might write like a functional illiterate which is to say like me for instance. If I had to get along in our society with my native handwriting I would doubtless be shot at dawn for profaning the Queen’s English or some such crime.
In any case, check out the zombie font websites below. Be sure to read and follow directions concerning attribution and other legalities about downloading and using a font.
Again the same direction concerning websites that was previously given applies. One of the rules of safe surfing is checkout a website that is unfamiliar to you with a website checker that you trust. It will help with things like avoiding those weird popup ads that say your computer needs to be checked—when it doesn’t. There is some level of risk in everything. You decide what level you are comfortable with.
That was your zombie pudding for today. By the way, I do not recommend the brainz. I hear they use cows and though they say you can’t taste the difference I think you can.