Next we play musical armchairs.
Is it Zombie day? Zombie in Argyle Sweater today too!
I’ll bet that getting in to one of those things costs you…..an arm and a leg.;D
If x zombies meet, and each zombie shakes hands once with every other zombie, how many handshakes are there?
what if the Hokey Pokey really is what its all about
Bleeb seems a little lost…
Oy! Should have played Simon says, instead!
Aaaand…There’s nothing left.
Zombie swingers party, match the arm and you got a date.
The hokey pokey explains why they could not be buried.
I find it interesting we’re talking about zombies and RE:Village is out today
Is the Hokey-Pokey still being done by kids today, or is this just another cartoon for those over 60?
Ha, that is what I imagined the song to be about when I was a kid. …without the zombie gore though.
Be careful, Bleeb!
If you put your right arm in,
you have to take it out with the arm that is left.
The next game, was Twister. Everyone won.
The guy that invented the Hokey Pokey died. The funeral lasted forever. They put his right foot in, . . . .
Well, at least they won’t need to worry about catching Covid-19.
It’s all fun and games until someone loses a:
torso, shoulder, abdomen, loin, lobe, hip, shin, lip, arm, leg, hand, foot, neck, waist, rump, chest, ear, nose….
… well, you get the idea!
(and of course, if you ever wanna find the alien…… he likes the drumstick.)
So that’s what it’s all about!
The whole zombie thing, whether horror movie or comic strip or something in between (is anything between a horror movie and a comic strip?) leaves me empty. Might as well do paperclips instead. They’re more interesting.
Oh come on Bleeb, that’s disgusting. Find something else to observe.
For no-pants day, Zombies have no-legs day.
Some gave an arm and a leg to be able to attend that FAAAABBBBULOUS party.
A very literal dance…..
I had to use my algebra yesterday when I had to figure out the area of a circle inside a rectangle. The zombies can shake all the want.
Can’t stop laughing at this — LMAO
See, Zombies ain’t frightening — they’re laughably disarming !
Hokey-COKEy. That’s what it’s all about.
This is John Calhoun worthy!
August 21, 2015