501 Things to Do with a Zombie by J.C. Richards

By J.C. Richards

Zombies are, or have been, humans too! get away routes, safeguard plans, survival kits. adequate is sufficient! Zombies have got a nasty rap, and it is time the redeeming characteristics of those brain-eating (but possibly lovely) creatures come to gentle. input 501 activities with a Zombie. within, you will see that the undead make the proper sidekicks for nearly whatever you have occurring. cannot persuade a blood brother to affix you in karaoke? No concerns! A Zombie by no means suffers from level fright! seeking to take a leisurely walk during the neighborhood farmers' marketplace? Zombies understand the key to selecting out the hottest tomatoes. have to negotiate a brand new cell-phone agreement? convey a Zombie alongside to get out of the two-year dedication (he can strong-arm the revenues rep—that is, except it truly is missing). yes, Zombies can have rotting flesh and nasty viruses, yet do not all of us have our faults? Open your brain and open this e-book for encouraged principles on how we will all discover ways to get alongside.

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Practice the law of attraction 145. Visit a major attraction 151. Go away for a spa weekend 147. Bake a pie 148. Go to a driving range 149. Watch HGTV (Zombies are really good at demo) 150. Practice viral marketing 151. Go away for a spa weekend 155. Do laundry 152. Participate in a focus group 153. Read Twilight 154. Attend a PTO Meeting 155. Do laundry 156. Google 157. Look for the secret toy surprise at the bottom of the cereal box 157. Look for the secret toy surprise at the bottom of the cereal box 161.

Join a Conga line 329. Finger paint 330. Iron 331. Go to Europe (there's nothing like seeing the Sistine Chapel for the first time with a Zombie) 332. Go bowling 333. Join a Conga line 334. Space tourism 335. Make balloon animals 335. Make balloon animals 336. Go to a water park 337. Go to a concert 338. Sing “Sweet Caroline” 339. Spell M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I 340. Go to the Kentucky Derby 341. Play HORSE 342. Play Bingo 343. Google 344. YAMMY GORILLAS 345. Use duct tape 342. Play Bingo 346. Collect decorative swords 347.

Stay at a B&B 385. Go cow tipping 386. Skip rocks 387. Help proprietors find lost cows 388. Read a newspaper 388. Read a newspaper 389. Play matchmaker 390. Get bangs 391. Plan a surprise party 392. Crash a party 393. Return a gift (no receipts, no problem) 394. Re-gift 395. Play lawn darts 396. Program the remote 397. Play doubles tennis 398. Sit 'n' spin 399. Attend a film festival 399. Attend a film festival 400. Wear a blazer 401. Yodel 402. Roller skate 403. Sit for a portrait 404. Jump up and down on the bed 403.

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