All my friends are zombies:
Is that what Australia looks like? I so want to go there.
That’s what a beach in Victoria looks like in autumn with zombies on it. Where abouts is it, Lili?
I wanna go! (and hear sexy australian accents! ;))
it’s sandy point, or sandy beach, or sandy something. i can’t remember. in victoria, on the way to wilson’s prom.
and it was actually a freakishly cold JANUARY day (remember usians, january is middle of summer here. so much for beach bronzed aussie babes…). it was so cold we all turned into zombies. (with sexy accents)
I don’t know–the one on the left looks like she’d rather be a unicorn! 🙂
he looks a little old to be at melbourne high …
what, no bits falling off? what kindo zombies are these?
Oh, that reminds me. Calgary has taken to having an annual zombie walk. Last year my friends went as Dead Elvii.
john h beat me to it over the unicorns…
that’s awesome. 😀
That’s me on the left there, wearing the middle aged lady’s fuzzy zip-up fleece that I found in the cupboard of the holiday house and that makes me look like a zombie who goes hiking in old growth forests on the weekend.
Unicorns? Youse all are GOING DOWN.
W.W.Z.D? Eat your pointy-horned brains, THAT’S WHAT.
actually, jellyfish, i think you are the one on the right here, if you’re the lovely zombie in the zip-up. so i expect you are clear of all unicorn aspersions.
Thanks, marrije. I have trouble with left and right. which is just what you’d expect from a person entrusted with advancing the cognitive development of your tiny children.
Speaking of which, what is with the no capitals around here? controversial.
jellyfish, the tiny children in your care will be just fine, i expect. just don’t mention unicorns. you could read justine’s blogrules for the why about no capitals, and nifty tricks to circumvent that policy!
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