Recently, I started watching The Walking Dead and even before that, I was obsessed with zombie apocalyptic movies and things like that so I knew that I would love The Walking Dead.
However, it made me look at the world and what it means to be living on earth (anywhere really), differently.
At the end of the day, everything is survival. The Walking Dead emphasises on that more and it makes me feel a lot more comfortable because, technically, education isn’t our top priority. Survival is. And it has also made me realise that at the end of the day, no matter what authority or how superior you are, you are still human. Celebrities, politicians, teachers, parents, teenagers, everybody, really, are the same. We just have different skills, personalities and appearances.
We’re all humans with around the same needs.
Another things The Walking Dead has taught me is that when the world faces terrible problems, people come together. No matter who you are, you’re some what closer yet still tearing apart.
A zombie apocalypse could literally let me accomplish the things I want to do before I die:
- Go on a road trip with friends or family
- Travel a lot
- Meet new people
That’s not everything I want to do before I die, of course, but it’s a few and I know you might think I’m crazy. I now that we would be on the run from murderous creatures but push that aside and think about the positives.
There are positives.
But…BUT, I’ve watched enough zombie movies to know that you hit them in the head, keep quiet, stick with a group if you’re weak, travel to the countryside, cover yourself in dead people’s flesh and blood if near a lot of zombies and don’t shoot a gun unless there are loads of them.
It’s probably accurate. At least the country side thing and hitting them in the head/brain is right.
Oh…and know how to shoot a gun 🙂
Do any of you watch The Walking Dead? If so, whose your favourite characters???
Mine’s Maggie and Glenn…hehe!