Question of the Day #4

Hello Friends,

Today’s Question of the Day comes from my good friend Fudgey. If you like random ramblings or are in need of a bit of cheering up, he is your guy!

Mr. FudgeCrumpet asks:

The Zombie Apocalypse happens: How long do you think you would last and how would you survive/die?

Having recently played through the Telltale Walking Dead games, this question certainly leaves me curious.

I can’t wait to read your answers!

Until next time, Stay awesome!

-Sara

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51 Comments

    1. Hello,

      So far I have been enjoying this series it’s very fun to think about it those questions.

      I would probably guess a month with a little help. I don’t know that much about Zombies just the basic stuff. Now that I think about it.
      How do you kill a Zombie?
      How would I survive if I am lucky I would just hide behind or under something big and just stay there for as long as I can. 😂 I really don’t know how to answer that question.

      It was nice to think about this and nice to talk to you again.

      ~Blue

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  1. I would probably start off really well, thinking Zombies were really easy to out run. Then in a moment of confusion run down a really long dark ally that turned out to be a dead end. I’d try to retrace my steps only to find the zonbies were aleady crowding into the ally entrance, sensing a good feed. There’d be no other way out! Just solid brick walls on all sides and the zombies… shuffling, snarling, flesh eaters slowly closing the gap…

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  2. I’d like to think I would bee around for a while. This happens to be a recurring dream I have had since childhood, and one I have gotten quite good at. I am a minimalist in nature, so many of the nicities that might be a challenge are already absent from my life. I also tend to already live a relatively reclusive lifestyle, am excersized in patience, and am capable of self-subsistence, so I could probably get by without much struggle. The biggest obstacle for me would be the urge to explore and seek other survivors, which could potentially expose me and leave me vulnerable. Historically, this wouldn’t be a problem due to my previously mentioned reclusive nature, but lately I have actually been feeling particularly drained by loneliness and have begun to build relationships with others that I may not have otherwise, a beautiful and much welcome change in the current context but a definite detriment in a zombie survival scenario 😉

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    1. A reoccurring dream about a zombie invasion?! That is crazy. I used to have reoccurring dreams about a certain horror character, they weren’t my favourite!
      I’m sorry you have been feeling lonely. If you ever need somebody to talk to, you are welcome to contact me. There are many wonderful people out there, but as you I am quite reclusive, my main interactions these days are with the folks online. It makes me doubly grateful that is it possible to reach out like this though. 🙂

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      1. Ha, they used to be kind of terrifying but I have grown accustomed to them and don’t mind them so much. They aren’t really that frequent, just enough to be called recurring really.

        And thank you for the offer… It sounds odd, but it isn’t such a bad thing, to be lonely. Loneliness in itself can, and has been, a positive thing if acted on appropriately. I just took it as a cue that I need to begin stepping outside of myself and my world. It is what has caused me to make friends with people I have always kept at arms length, it is what has led me to actually share myself with others when they ask rather than just dropping single word answers, and it is one of many catalysts that led me to start my blog and keep up with it.

        As you note, the ability to connect online is such a powerful one. I am trying my hardest to use it wisely and build meaningful connections, to not take for granted the convenience. I REALLY appreciate your willingness to talk, and hope you know the same goes for you. I don’t know what your criteria are as such, so I won’t speak for you, but I can say that you can consider me a friend should you ever want/need one.

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      2. That is very kind of you, thank you.

        From my perspective you are doing very well and it is very courageous of you to step out of your comfort zone. I hope you keep it up, because you are definitely worth knowing. 🙂

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  3. Great question. It was interesting to read everyone’s responses. I’d be one of the first to go unless my husband has a great plan to save me. I after all am quite dependent on him. I also definitely can’t run and am quite gullible, so inviting a zombie in for tea may also happen to me too.

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  4. I’m definitely not a runner. However, if I was able to escape on my bicycle, then I think I’d be okay for a spell. But, knowing me, I’d either wipe out or get caught. Then, I’d be turned into a zombie.

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  5. Haha, I love this. It’s an easy question. Avoid the cities and head for either the coast or the mountains. I could find a boat and fish out in the Ocean (or find an island) or raid ski lodges and hunt up in the mountains while the cold slows the zombies. If they’re fast zombies, same as before, except I’d head for an airport and fly out to an island. I’d most likely ride out the zombie apocalypse for years and perhaps die of old age. If I were to go down, it would most likely be an accidental scratch or bite and then I’ll probably go out swinging; either with a Katana in hand or ramming zombies with a car.

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  6. I would shout: you all are not real! Just some stupid zombies from somebodies imagination. We have a fucking future. So go away. I don’t believe this! Then I laugh. And see, nobody is going to die. I will never be a good horror moviemaker I fear.

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