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Zombie Boot Camp

August 28th, 2009 · 6 Comments · Random Stuff

You may think that because I wrote posts about Trade Show Zombies and Spamming Zombies, that I have a “thing” for zombies, perhaps even a zombie fetish. Well, I don’t have a zombie fetish, and I don’t believe in zombies either (though I keep a necrosledge in the back of the hallway closet just in case – you can never be too careful when it comes to zombies). The other day I ran across a very funny video, called Zombie Boot Camp. The video is in Japanese, so I don’t understand anything that’s being said. In a way, because it’s a foreign language video and just sounds like jibberish to me, it makes it even better… for all I know, the zombies could be speaking in a secret zombie code. Since I haven’t posted a video since the Rex the Dog / Bubblicious video, I thought I’d share this one with you. Let me know what you think…

X X X ~ Zombie Boot Camp (video below) ~ X X X

X X X ~ Zombie Boot Camp (video above) ~ X X X

By the way, my last post was on my Top 20 Chuck Norris sayings. Since then, I’ve found a few more, though I haven’t found any Chuck Norris sayings about zombies, at least not yet. Something tells me the zombies give ol’ Chuck a wide berth…

More Chuck Norris sayings

21. If it looks like chicken, tastes like chicken, and smells like chicken but Chuck Norris says its beef, then it’s beef.

22. If you have $5 and Chuck Norris has $5, he has more money than you!

23. Chuck Norris counted to infinity – twice.

24. If you spell Chuck Norris in Scrabble, you win. Forever.


Well, that’s it for now. Stay Frosty, keep your eyes open, keep a necrosledge handy, and keep Chuck Norris’s phone number on speed dial. You never know when you may find a zombie under your bed.


6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Will // Aug 29, 2009 at 1:16 pm

    That is a beautiful waterfall! Almost worth a trip to Japan just to hike to it.

    That guy must have lost his voice filming this! He almost sounds like he would give Chuck Norris a good fight, but of course we all know better.

  • 2 JD at I Do Things // Aug 30, 2009 at 9:58 am

    Japanese zombies just aren’t as scary as American zombies. I don’t know what it is.

    Are you practicing using your necrosledge on a watermelon? That’s one message I can take away from this video.

  • 3 The Trade Show Guru // Aug 31, 2009 at 9:21 am

    Will, It’s good that you “know better”. Nobody could give Chuck a good fight. That is just plain impossible. 🙂
    JD, I agree that these Japanese zombies aren’t really that scary, which is fine be me. I really don’t like horror movies and being scared. I’d much rather see a comedy.
    Good thought on using a watermelon to practice. Reminds me of a scene from the American version of the TV show the Office where a watermelon covered with Vaseline is used to practice delivering a baby…

  • 4 Rudy // Sep 2, 2009 at 2:13 pm

    Speaking of staying frosty, how far are you from the LA wildfires currently raging?

  • 5 Kristi @ DoFollow // Sep 2, 2009 at 4:09 pm

    I thought zombies were supposed to move a lot slower, unless they are training to make better zombies. I think Ninja Zombies would make for a good movie though.

    I’ll have to try Chuck Norris in Scrabble, although proper names aren’t supposed to count. But I guess since it’s Chuck Norris, it works anyway.

    ~ Kristi

  • 6 The Trade Show Guru // Sep 2, 2009 at 5:36 pm

    hi Rudy,
    We’re up here in SB, so we’re not threatened. I think we’ve also already had more than our share of fires lately… I know you’ve had a close call too. Sounds like things on this fire are better today, though it may burn for weeks.
    hi Kristi,
    You are always thinking! Ninja zombies? Now that would be scary! And I can see I wouldn’t want to play against you in scrabble since apparently you know all the rules. 🙂
    Thanks for dropping by!
    ~ Steve

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