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I think it might be cool to be a zombie and try and eat some humans. You would have to stick with other zombies. A lone zombie is a dead one.
However long it takes to run out of brains to eat?
Is there any instance of zombie being a vegan? If there was he/her would probably have better teeth but it would be death on everyones gardens. Worse than rabbits.
Haven't you seen the Walking Dead Maury? Zombies don't die until they are shot in the head. So I would last until someone shot me in the head.
But don't Zombies need to feast on humans to survive?
Nah, they can survive anything but a fatal blow to the head. They are always hungry no matter what, and while they prefer humans they can survive on animal flesh as well as each other. According to the Walking Dead anyway. There was one episode where an infected human had hung himself in order to save himself the agony of turning, but it didn't work. He turned anyway and just hung there while other zombies ate the flesh from his legs. Darrell, one of the human characters that ran across him, put an arrow through his skull to put him out of his misery.
You think it would be cool to eat humans and u try n tell us you are normal?.......right
Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.
Along those lines, one of my favorite lines with a woman is, "should I take you out to eat? Or should I eat you out! "
I'm sure they always chose the second option. If they don't they are weird and you should move on.
Forever, I would be unstoppable as a zombie.
Go Blue and Go Titans!
1 billion days.
"I was brought in here to change the culture. I'm going to coach with passion" - Fran McCaffery.
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