May 8, 2011

Motherhugging Zombies

It's raining buckets right now! This probably is by far the coldest summer day that I have experienced in my whole life. My sister and I are all alone in our house since my parents and our maids are somewhat stranded in our new house because it started flooding. It's a good thing though that it's raining heavily since they got to repair the leaky ceilings in our house so in the future, it wouldn't bother us anymore.

By the way, today's Mother's day! Yay.  I woke up at around 1 in the afternoon because I stayed up last night finishing my mum's present and by the time I went downstairs to eat, my parents were already at 19 East -this bar that's owned by a good friend of my dad's that has the live streaming of Manny Pacquiao's fight. Pacman won; HOORAY 4 THAT!

Anyway, the lot behind our house is already flooding and since we've packed our clothes already, I can't put on a red shirt. Yes, I have a habit of thinking about the worst case scenarios. In this case, I'm thinking of putting on a red shirt just in case the flood reaches us inside the house and we'd be forced to stay on the roof. Red shirts would be seen by rescue teams on helicopters! It's too bad I've already packed my glow in the dark bracelet too :(

The reason why I'm on full survival mode is because I'm having a The Walking Dead marathon right now!

This picture just gave me goosebumps. And it's not because I'm cold!

I absoluuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuutely love zombies, from their gruesome appearances and even to the horrible sounds that they make, and if this post hasn't convinced you of my back-from-the-dead obsession, maybe this one will. Now that I think about it, I'm just itching to get on with watching The Walking Dead so I'll just explain in full detail

My Totally Wicked and Super Deadly Dream Zombie Killing Machine

I admit the drawing's a bit wonky haha. I've run out of blank index cards and my drawing book's far too small. Plus, the fact that I've already packed most of my art materials such as my papers and sketchbook, didn't help either so I had no choice but to draw on my sister's Math notebook.

1. That's where the 2 bazookas will be perched. I'm not really good with weapons, but the bazookas in my mind are the huge double ended one's that those big guys in action movies put on their shoulders.
2. I'll have two sniper stations on each side of the bus. These sniper stations will be the place wherein, yep, you guessed it, the snipers will position themselves and kill as many zombies as they can.
3. This is where I'll have my super strong wrestler guy that will throw out lit LPGs. I think LPGs are commonly found in filipino kitchens, I'm not sure in other countries. Important thing is that they hold gas which in turn would make them highly flammable.
4. The window that allows my trained shooters to kill zombies with their shotguns and machine guns.
5. This window acts as the bridge. It comes with a collapsible tent-like tube that allows us to break in to any store without facing the zombies outside. It's sort of like those airplane to airplane terminal connectors.
6. These slots on both sides of the bus are aligned with the average person's neck. Any zombie that will come close to the bus will be beheaded by the chainsaws that are sticking out from the said slots.
7. The little V's are actually knives. Knives that are ready to kill any dizzy little zombie that gets in the killing machine's way.

So, there you have it! While other kids my age were daydreaming about princesses and cowboys, I was assembling this totally amazing death bringer. Although, if this invention of mine fails,  I've got dibs on the Knight Bus!

1 comment:

Thank you for making my interactive diary dreams come true! ♥