Eat, sleep, and be scary
As my fellow blogger Neil FitzPatrick reminds us, Halloween provides a smashing (pun) opportunity to reconnect with the idylls of our childhoods, and reanimate (zombie pun) the whimsical, irony-less wonder of being young and armed with an empty pillow case on the hunt for the house with king-size butterfingers.
Thus, in the spirit of the season, I present the following lessons to be learned from zombies:
Eat: Hunger and malnourishment can lead to horrible consequences. Like this. (Beware—watch only if you have a stomach for gore.)
Sleep: Think you don’t need sleep? Neither do Zombies. Do yourself a solid, and get some (sleep, that is, not zombies. Although the latter could be interesting.)
Be Healthy: Zombies have been known to associate themselves with pandemic illnesses and general apocalypses. Staying healthy can prevent the proliferation of zombie movements. Take care yourself, and visit Health Services often.
And remember, in the end, Zombies are people too.
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