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the origins of zombies

Updated on May 26, 2010

Zombies date back to a very prehistoric time period in life. Lazarus in the Bible is the first known recording of zombie activities. Ever since then it has become a growing trend to be a zombie. Kind of like being emo, or being vamp. Zombies, however, are the original trendsetters for this kind of behavior social pattern.

Below I will discuss the zombie kind such as

  1. Style
  2. food likes and dislikes
  3. free time activities.



Zombies have their unique and interesting style that is all to their own. It may resemble some pair of jeans out of American Eagle, but DO NOT be confused. Their clothes are no factory produced "pre torn" jeans. Their jeans are the real deal with authenticity.

Some styles include:

  1. button up torn up shirts
  2. ripped up and down jeans
  3. strategically placed blood on clothes
  4. no shoes for most days


Zombies have unique taste buds. They do not necessarily like the kinds of foods that most normal people would like, but nonetheless, zombies still gotta eat!!! The specialties of zombie diets may include brains and limbs. These may be cooked or served sushi style depending on the zombie overall community.

other foods include

  1. animals
  2. vegetative foods
  3. insects

as you can see the zombie diet relies on the high amounts of nutrition and different vitamins.


Even zombies like to go out and shake their, "Groove thang" every once in a while. The average zombie's free time usually includes night time activities seeing as most zombies work mostly in the day time. Some things zombies like to do is

  1. night time jogging
  2. clubbing
  3. hunting
  4. playing billiards

So all in all, zombies are people too and deserve to be treated like it. If you know a zombie in your community, you should take the time to get to know them! You'd be surprised just how fun they can be!

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    • tjhooper profile imageAUTHOR

      TJ Hooper 

      8 years ago from dublin Ga


    • bonnebartron profile image


      8 years ago from never one place for too long

      lol love! Zombies are my fav of all horror genres!


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