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Posted at 06:50 AM in funnies from the cubicle | Permalink
It's strange: moody tweenage vampire romances sell like falafel pops, but were one to write a similar tale about a sensitive, moody highschool girl who falls in love with a mysterious (and rotting) tweenage zombie the publishers and studios would likely not be knocking on your door.
Are zombies this year's Prius or next year's in-demand Bobby Flay eatery?
January 14, 2010 at 01:53 PM
You just described the plot of Edward Scissorhands! (Albeit without the bit about rotting.)
January 15, 2010 at 07:46 AM
But, alas, "rotting" is as central to all zombie tales as wands are to HP or acid blood is to Aliens.
Speaking of which (peripherally) isn't it time for a Village People/"Avatar" tie-in hit tune called (approximately) "In The Na'Vi" to hit the airwaves and MP3s of our great land?
Has Celine D been notified as well?
January 15, 2010 at 09:17 AM
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