We heard its slow steps trudging up from the cellar—one foot was obviously dragging. I swear we could hear the drool splashing on the floorboards. It snarled. It hated the daylight—even cloud-covered sunshine deflected off the snow. We stood in its way and we were going to pay for it…
“I was in the middle of an episode!” it roared.
You may have seen the snow-day zombies in your own home. They’re easy to spot. They still look a bit like those pictures on the wall
—but they’re meaner and generally have distinct characteristics.
- Bloodshot eyes
- Dirty, standing-in-weird-places hair
- Hunger so severe they don’t know they’re hungry anymore
- Aggressive, attack-first tendencies
- Extremely protective of their turf—namely, their remotes
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