Zombie Apocalypse Lawn Care

Posted: July 21, 2014 in Zombies
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Here’s what I don’t understand about the zombie apocalypse.  No matter how many days, weeks or months go by; whenever you see zombies on TV or in the movies, the lawns always look maticulously cared for or are freshly mowed.  Who are these mysterious bands of survivors who avoid the zombie packs every day yet still find time to mow all the lawns in the neighborhood.  What grit and determination they have to keep their neighborhoods looking prim and proper while the flesh eating undead are everywhere trying to devour them.  I give thanks to these humble keepers of the lawns during the time of the zombie apocalypse 🙂

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  1. mommyx4boys says:

    Lol I have noticed that to. 😉

  2. cmdrysdale says:

    I haven’t noticed the grass before, but I have the same issue with clothes that always appear relatively clean and new, men with nothing more than a slight bit of stubble and hair cuts that never seem to change. All I can conclude is that the shock of encountering zombies stops people’s hair growing!

    • rmactsc says:

      I think you are onto something there. I guess producers and directors will need to work this into their filming to give it a greater sense of realism.

      • cmdrysdale says:

        I’m guessing that a lot of the time it would be just too difficult to have things like hair and grass growing natually because they don’t necessaily shoot films/TV series in a linear manner. Would be nice if they a least tried, though, because once you start noticing something like this it really jumps out at you and can ruin otherwise gripping scenes.

  3. […] that’s not bad enough, as one of my fellow blogger recently pointed out, no matter how bad the zombie infestation is getting, someone is still out there manically mowing […]

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