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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by Thanantos, Apr 7, 2012.
thats not a big a problem as it seems...they dont run fast. i think...?
They sneak up on you while you are sleeping.
the zombie resistance should monitor this thread for news broadcasts on zombies, it begins
It's a day behind my Facebook page
theirs an app for that?
ok, that is a small problem. get it....small? HA!
Zombie-gnomes feast on flamingos?
But . . . . there's hope!
Survival-oriented gnomes fight back!
More zombie news:
dudes their are no zombies, their just dumb people high on crack, that want to eat your brains and appear to be decomposing, nothign they do seems to kill them either.
we should kill them with a double click to the head anyway, just incase...
Zombie Gnomes! And I thought they were just here to protect my garden. Anybody posts up pictures of Zombie Clowns you'll be able to find me hiding under my bed, sucking my thumb, calling for Momma...
thats how all zombie/horror movies start...one incident here...one in another state. before you know, there chasing ya down the road while you are shitting you pants wondering WTF and at the same time, actually screaming it out loud at the top of your lungs. yep...thats how they all start.
thats right, its spreading.
Meanwhile in Roswell ......
You'll be able to explain your POV more understandably when you've used the right words:
How Do You Use There, They're, and Their?
Like Chance, a gardener, may have tried if he had encountered zombies, perhaps?
The Winchester brothers deal with some sort of Apocalypse so often that they're the ones to turn to when seeking advice.
So Zombie Apocalypse, or other types of apocalypse, Sam and Dean have much experience . . . in staying alive, coming back, re-gaining one's soul - whatever.
But it would appear that there may be some types of apocalypse that the Winchesters have yet to encounter?
Ten very specific types of apocalypse (and how to survive them)
"You built smaller model tools and . . . weapons, to suit short people, midgets, whoever- but guess what? Those same tools and . . . weapons are a good size for my paws! Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha ("Mr. Tinkles" cat-type evil laugh) - har!"
Cats (inspired by Ninja Cats featured in the movie "Cats and Dogs") caught practicing martial art movements. They usually practice in low light for stealth, so a flick-on of room lighting will catch them with maximum iris.
zombies wont eat my brains eh?