In honor of the month of May (Zombie awareness month for you Apocalypse enthusiasts) I found something that I would truly enter a 30 year mortgage with; The worlds first zombie proof house!....
That’s right, Poland has officially found the answer for the recent May 21st Apocalypse theory and has constructed a house with:
Spacious interior and a beautiful yard....
...Swimming pool for those relaxing summers (Or winters)
Becomes an impervious, fortified anti-zombie fortress of awesome!!!!!
Yes my friends, I think i'm in love; with a cube....However, if the zombies ever learn to drive a tank, you might be in deep shit, but i'm confident that zombies developing the cognitive functions required to operate a Panzer is still a few evolutionary years away from happening. No word on the price of this Fortress of Awesome, but the Century 21 sign in the lawn need only say 2 accurate words: "Worth It!"
Never seeing the sun again..great movie concept...kindaReplyDelete
Looks kinda like a Gamecube now that I look at it more. lolReplyDelete
haha yeah. i'm diggin this blog too though. its like still shit worth talking about but without the time it takes to make a video, but we still get the "jeremy-isms". goodluckReplyDelete
sorry to be a buzz killer, but what about the food? does it come with a secret tunnel to the nearest walmart?ReplyDelete
You've played Portal - being in love with a cube is not necessarily new.ReplyDelete
Uh huh, I know what your thinking, did fire six shots only five? Well seeing this is a Baretta and can hold up to sixteen bullets, it doesn't really matter does it? BANG!ReplyDelete
They better have a self-destruct button. No fortress is complete without a self-destruct button.ReplyDelete
Jeremy, that gamecube reference, wow. i am kind of amazed at how far we have come technology wise. I mean now we have Kinect, Playstation Move, The Wii 2 coming out soon. What happened to 2D Platformers where the only object was to get from one side of the screen to the next and it was still fun. I mean dont get me wrong games like Super Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda, and even Portal 2 show how great games can be but im just saying we are moving really fast. I mean the release date of the Nintendo 64 was in 1996 and the release date for the Gamecube was in 2002 and then the Wii in 2006 now i know that six years have already past but still my point is cant we wait for something to be out dated before we the newest thing. Now I may be the only one who thinks like this but thats just me. Oh I really want the zombie proof house by the way.ReplyDelete
"Looks kinda like a Gamecube now that I look at it more. lol"ReplyDelete
All it needs is a helipad that opens up like the disk cover.
Great post! As an interior designer and a movie reviewer I am so happy to have read this post. It made me chuckle!!ReplyDelete
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Yeah, does look like some sort of gaming system. And I would totally pay money to see a zombie drive a tank! As long as they promise not to coming charging at me with it.ReplyDelete
he will be save until he runs out of food.ReplyDelete
Only the polish would come up with this..ReplyDelete
love the blogs man!ReplyDelete
It looks like an oversized garage.ReplyDelete
Pfft, just throw some furniture in front of the door and your good to go!ReplyDelete
I would buy it. It would be so awesome to have a house like that!ReplyDelete
That's nice. I like how you did with that house. I also like the idea of the house being zombie proof.ReplyDelete
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One reason why I don't want to live there is because I don't want to see zombies. These houses should be built before the zombies come and I just don't want that to happen.ReplyDelete
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I heard that there are zombie ants. It might be possible for us to have a zombie invasion. We better be ready and build such a house.ReplyDelete
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