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I Survived A Zombie Apocalypse

incaseofsurvival:

I Survived A Zombie Apocalypse

Zombie Walk in Edmonton

Zombie Walk in Edmonton (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

BBC Three are looking for applicants for a new reality show called I Survived a Zombie Apocalypse.

Zombie fanatics and fitness enthusiasts should apply to  zombies@tigeraspect.co.uk for an application form. Applicants must be able to attend auditions in the UK.

Now, personally, I think zombies are a little old now – overplayed. They’re the least…

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t1m3l0rdh4nj1:

Having a pet is so weird. Like neither of you speak each other’s language and yet you form some strong bond by rubbing against each other and sleeping together and you might accidentally kick them in the face or step on their tail once in a while but at the end of the day you two are best buddies from entirely different species.

nymphdomi:

andy065:

Fuck your house.

OMG I’m dying

team-machine:

what if

what if we never get another fallout

don’t say things like that

soulofacityy:

i’ve noticed that a lot of people confuse “respects women” with “respects women they consider respectable”.  

disneyprincesssnarks:

psychoshango:

you ever notice how in women’s razor commercials the models’ legs are already completely hairless before they “shave” them

like we can’t even handle showing body hair in a commercial about how to get rid of body hair

kinda like how “mascara” is always applied to false lashes with a clean brush

rayguncourtesan said: It does vary a lot, town to town. City to city. And in larger cities, area. The UK is so small, with so many people and cultures that you can cross the road and be in a completely different environment, especially in London.

What she said.

I mean, where I live it’s pretty common to be a bit more alternative and quirky, but you also still get people dressing like 1950’s farmers. And if you wore high heels and a mini skirt out to the countryside, people would look at you weird because it’s just not practical.

London has so many little bits with their own cultures and dress codes.

thechloverfield asked: What are, like, the "dress codes" of where your from? As in what's socially acceptable to wear?

Like all places it depends on the situation, the context, your personal taste, your faith…

I’m not sure I can narrow down four entire countries (The UK contains England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) of mostly non-verbally agreed rules in a single answer.

But in general, it’s clothes. We wear clothes. Warmer ones in winter. Cooler ones in summer. Smarter ones for work. Really nice ones for special events.

Though pretty much everyone agrees that if you go on the tube shirtless that you should suffer something awful.