Survivify: Unlikely

How to Survivify: A Zombie Attack
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You get up in the morning and ready yourself for a new day, just like it was any other. You brush your teeth, get dressed, and wonder if that presentation you have to do this afternoon will go well or not. As you're pouring yourself a hot cup of Joe (or perhaps considering if it'll be a caramel macchiato or a vanilla chai latte when you stop by Starbucks today) to help kickstart your sluggish brain, you notice that there are some rather gruesome reports being broadcast from your TV. Rapidly spreading disease, sudden death, sudden undeath, and chaos infecting in the streets – you quickly realize this can only mean one thing - it's the zombie apocalypse!

Are you prepared for the fight of your life, or are you headed straight into the drooling maws of the undead? Don't be caught unprepared - survivify a zombie attack!

Look on the bright side:

  • It’s the perfect opportunity to make good on your New Year’s Resolution to get more exercise.
  • Sweetbreads are actually starting to sound appetizing.
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Tips from the trenches:

  • You will never be annoyed by your coworkers at the office again – unless they're the ones trying to eat you.
  • She's not your girlfriend anymore, and I can promise that's not a love bite she wants to give you – sever all emotional connections to infected friends and family.
  • Better safe than eaten – always aim for the head!
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Survival kit contents:

(replenish as often as needed)

Words of Wisdom

They're coming to get you Barbara! -Johnny, Night of the Living Dead
They're all going to end up like that. Bio-mechanical weapons driven by meat batteries. Never have to be fed or recharged. They just keep going...going. -Military Scientist, Return of the Living Dead 3
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a zombie in possession of brains must be in want of more brains. -Seth Grahame-Smith (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies)
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