Sunday, February 16, 2014

Zombie Valentine

When Valentines day rolls around, you've got to do something special for your someone special. Some buy chocolate, some buy teddybears holding hearts or jewelry. But I have different ideas. When Valentines day rolls around, I show my fiance how much I love and care for him by preparing him for the zombie apocalypse. In case he ever asked something like this . . . 


So I gave him this . . .

And this . . .

Yeah, I know. Best fiance ever. When the time comes and the zombies rise up, we will be prepared.

12 comments:

  1. My kid got one of those guns for his birthday.

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  2. Fun! What a unique way to celebrate Valentine's Day... :)

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  3. I have to say my hubby has a lot of faults, but he'd be great in a zombie apocalypse or a natural disaster. He thrives in emergencies while I, the queen of organization and control, just freeze and dither. lol

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  4. I hope there's a hack for that nerf gun you bought. Because I'd hate for you to whip it out during the zombie apocalypse and find that it lacks the stopping power necessary to put a zombie down. So be sure to test it out first.

    Seriously, great gifts!

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  5. LOL You guys rock. You'll be like the Michael Gross couple in Tremors with a "Rec Room."

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  6. I paid for my wife's new tattoo for Valentines. So when the Apocalypse comes we'll be screwed but we'll look good.

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  7. New follower/subscriber from the #AtoZChallenge; sister minion from another mother (AJ's Hooligans).

    Just remember to let your fiance know the "rules" (from Zombieland). I forget which #s these are but one of them is "Cardio" and another is "Double Tap". Or maybe one of you could to the initial 'take down' strike and the other could do the double tap - not only does it eliminate the zombie, but I think in the zapocalypse that qualifies as a "date".

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  8. Those are killer gifts! You can never be too prepared! Ask me about hurricanes for Christ sake!

    My husband is a former marine so I thank God for that! We joke about it from time to time and funny thing is, he's already has a apocalyptic plan in place. Bless the man. LOL!

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