So let’s pretend that zombies are real. Brain-eaters, Walkers, Clickers, you name it. They’re real. They’re as real as your hands in front of you and they’re about to come and eat your brain. What would you do? Are you prepared?
The results of the latest survey about our chance of survival in a zombie apocalypse said that humanity as a whole would never stand a chance. Not that there’d be any zombie outbreaks in the foreseeable future, but if it ever happens, the latest survey says we’re practically doomed.
According to the statistics gathered by YouGov poll, only 11% of people have a zombie survival plan.
The YouGov survey was conducted in the UK. The findings also stated that a large number of those people who are prepared for an outbreak is mostly ranging around 18-24 years of age.
Furthermore, they also revealed that the largest percentage of the prepared people is from Scotland and Wales. Another thing is that there are more prepared men than women in case a zombie apocalypse ever occurs.
The most popular plan in case of a zombie outbreak is to find a shelter to hide.
That sounds like an effective plan. A cowardly plan, sure, but an effective plan nonetheless. Further statistics state that only 6% of the people would be more than willing to help other survivors while 9% would be more reclusive and won’t be willing to collaborate.
Here’s the rest of the statistics for those who are interested.
As seen from the table, 13% of the expected survivors would be willing to decimate anything or anyone in their path, regardless whether it is a zombie or a fellow survivor.
That doesn’t sound good.
However, according to Max Brooks’ novel “The Zombie Survival Guide,” lawlessness is pretty much inevitable when the crap hits the fan and civilization crumbles in the wake of a zombie apocalypse.
With the results of this survey, it is a good thing that the likelihood of a zombie apocalypse to ever happen is just next to impossible. However, it still wouldn’t hurt to start a plan.
For starters, starting a sunflower-powered garden fortification ain’t a bad idea.
It’s a pretty reliable protection against those pesky zombies… at least according to PopCap games.
Guy Keeps Photoshopping Himself Into Celebrity Photos, Makes Them Look Hilarious
A guy keeps on photoshopping himself on celebrity photos and the internet is loving his hilarious pictures.
We all probably have a celebrity or two whom we admire and would die to spend some time with or simply take a photo with. However, their status keeps them limited and as public figures, they are someone who cannot just hang around anywhere and anytime they want to. Oftentimes, these make it really difficult for us average people to reach out to them.
Robert Van Impe, though, is an exemption to the ordinary fan who cannot bond with their idol celebrities. Looking at his photos on social media, celebrities seem to have a lot of time to spare to have some fun get together with him. But apparently, he uses some magic to book an appointment with them.
The Instagram prankster that goes by the name Average Rob has been flexing his superb Photoshop skills by cropping himself into celebrity photos. His photo creations revolve around a hilarious theme which made this Belgian mediocre dude get a huge following on his social media account....
Unfaithful Ohio State Guy Exposed On Snapchat And Dragged In A Hilarious Cheating Drama
A cheating boyfriend’s text messages to a girl has been posted on a school’s Snapchat group. Later, things escalated hilariously.
More and more people are seemingly swaying away from the concept of exclusive dating or faithful relationship. In the world today, people entering a relationship are getting younger and younger by age, which sometimes becomes the reason for them to easily fall out of love – if they really understand love at their young age. The sadder part is when they find themselves in a wrong relationship and resort to cheating because they cannot just end the connection they built.
Partners without contentment can now easily get a third party they can cheat with. With the rise of social media and innovations like mobile phones, unfaithful partners can meet other people with just a swipe or a click, but little do they know, these can also become tools for them to get caught.
Many cheating cases are being exposed on social media almost every day. And there’s no wonder why people are having trust issues with their partners. A post of a seemingly cheating boyfriend though is quickly going viral today and every guy with the name AJ is at a risk of losing his girlfriend. ...
50 Times People Got Embarrassed For Sharing Too Much Information
Like they always say, “too much of anything is bad.”
I think most of us will agree that there are things better left unsaid. To put it simply, there are things in life better kept private. People don’t really need to know which gasoline station you go to refuel or how expensive your clothing is. Others also don’t care about how many times you visit a comfort room in a day or what your political view is. You see, these are things that no one really gives a damn or two. And it's nothing to be offended about. It's just human nature.
But when you’re on the receiving end of a conversation, it’s usually funny to hear how inappropriate other people become. You're even surprised by the amount of sincerity they have when they share it. Recently, titular talk show host Jimmy Fallon asked people on Twitter to share their most memorable experience - using the hashtag #ThatWasTMI - overhearing others telling too much information. And as expected, the responses were top-notch. Check them out below!