- n. Plural form of zombie.
“Indeed, when the mother of the main character Milo mentioned the word "zombies" at the start of the movie, it conjures up a feeling that the characters themselves are undead.”
“This is another British movie that takes a look at zombies from a biological apocolyptic crisis rather than a supernatural horror.”
“My feeling about zombies is they should not have decoratively cute wounds.”
“In fact, so destroyed by zombies is it that there are few people left alive and one is our narrator, a young, geeky college guy with few social skills and a lot of neurosis, including irritable bowel syndrome (probably from those pizza and Mountain Dew he lives on.)”
“Pollution to these zombies is like spinach to Popeye and they grow mean and nasty real quick.”
“Why do they look like zombies from a George Romero film?”
“Yes, you read that correctly, a gang of zombies is set to invade the Lincoln Memorial early this morning.”
“A gang of zombies is set to "invade" the Lincoln Memorial this morning.”
“GARY KEMBLE: What I love about zombies is that they have a single-minded purpose – to feast on the flesh of the living.”
“The key to getting rid of the zombies is to quickly find out which banks are suitable for taking over other banks.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘zombies’.
Band names that are also common words or phrases.
This is Ghost List 2 ( the kind that go 'boo!' ) :P
( open list )
Words I like!
( personal list, favorite words, randomness )
and other words that remind me of Calvin and Hobbes
Looking for tweets for zombies.