In-of-body Experience

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In-of-body Experience

Post by InfernoFudd » Thu Feb 03, 2011 6:01 am

I can see my hands, they look like my hands, even though they have been better off. My legs are moving stiff and labored, even though I’m not telling them to. These clothes have seen their better days, but I can’t seem to take them off and put on a fresh set. I move faster now, what am I after? Oh no. Stop.
Oh God! What am I doing? What have I done? Gore smears my clothes now. I devour the flesh of another, I want to wretch, but I do not. Oh God, how can I stop!?

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Re: In-of-body Experience

Post by ROU Killing Time » Thu Feb 03, 2011 6:15 am

Junior, be quiet and eat your brains like a nice zombie.
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Re: In-of-body Experience

Post by mrsmica » Thu Feb 03, 2011 4:31 pm


Yay for zombies! I love the title

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Re: In-of-body Experience

Post by strawman » Thu Feb 03, 2011 5:20 pm

The thing about zombies is that they are always so FRANTIC. Slow, but the urgency of appetite makes for a frantic kind of slow.
What they need is some manners. Chew your food before you swallow, guys. Take smaller bites. Savor your food. You are what you eat, guys; you're just the dead version.

Finally, spoon, not fork. The one between the soup and dessert spoons.

What zombies sorely lack is some manners.
Never judge anyone until you have biopsied their brain.

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