So far in our rural location, there hasn't been an outburst of zombification. I rue the day when their numbers grow and we see them creeping out of the cornfields.
Love the zombie gnomes!!I'm hoping you didn't catch the virus Dar :)It does look like fun.
Last august I was in Vancouver when the zombie parade happened. I think it's another manifestation of the awesome law of averages. It's so beautiful in BC, that people have to invent gruesome ugliness and parade it to balance the books. We have zombies too, but they disguise themselves as ordinary people, join nationalist political parties, and try their best to kill the economy and drag the province to hell. I much prefer the BC variety. You can clearly see that most of them are (formerly) attractive (formerly) fun loving people.
No sight of zombies in Germany (yet), except for the ones that David had described. Gotta love a fun loving crowd.
I often wonder where the zombie craze/obsession came from - it is down here too. I don't get it, but it is good people are out having fun.
I love the police car with the "body prints." Being from Pittsburgh originally were used to dealing with the living dead. Although I remember hearing somewhere that the current popularity of Zombies has to do with the fact we are afraid we are losing our individual selves in the age of Facebook.
It is interesting to see the great lengths that some will go to in creating their zombie costumes. I had my daughter and all of her friends crowded in my bathroom applying latex and fake blood and creating their gruesome effects and perfecting their best zombie growls and zombie walk. Zombiefication is also a messy process and I was left cleaning up little bits and pieces of zombie parts. My dog also was not too
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