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#1 Old 10-31-2015, 01:09 PM
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Wink If we were zombies

Would we actually not harm anyone because we don't eat meat?
Also, would all of the "ethical" meat eater zombies eat us because we are fed a non meat diet and are cage free?
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Lmao.

I think coming at it from a biology / scientific stand point, in every depiction of zombies like ever (save for Resident Evil to some degree), we have numerous reports and ah... documentaries that suggest that zombification reduces the brain's function to that of basic motor functions and base survival instincts (eat, in particular, and in other zombie breeds reported primarily through erotic novel accounnts, sex), and leave nothing to suggest that zombies are capable of existentialism or abstract thought.
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Lmao.

I think coming at it from a biology / scientific stand point, in every depiction of zombies like ever (save for Resident Evil to some degree), we have numerous reports and ah... documentaries that suggest that zombification reduces the brain's function to that of basic motor functions and base survival instincts (eat, in particular, and in other zombie breeds reported primarily through erotic novel accounnts, sex), and leave nothing to suggest that zombies are capable of existentialism or abstract thought.
Yeah, I'm with you on this. Zombies aren't capable of higher thought.
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Veg*n zombies spend all their time looking for the ingredients label on the side of someone's head, so they never get any brains.
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Veg*n zombies spend all their time looking for the ingredients label on the side of someone's head, so they never get any brains.
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Veg*n zombies spend all their time looking for the ingredients label on the side of someone's head, so they never get any brains.
I agree. Vegan zombies will eat eyes of potatoes, ears of corn, heads of lettuce and cabbage, ladyfingers, Buddha's hand, and kidney beans. If I'm missing something, please let me know and feel free to add it.

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^^^^

I always thought vegetarian zombies would really go for cauliflower because they look so much like brains (to me at least). And beets, because they make such a glorious, bloody-looking mess.... and I suppose durian fruit because of the awful smell.

ETA: I just remembered: walnuts and pecans, and I think hickory nuts too, look like little brains! We're thinking up a whole vegetarian zombie banquet here!
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