Zombie Apocalypse

I spend a lot of time thinking about the zombie apocalypse. What I would do, how I’d survive, whether I’d even want to survive in a world over-run by flesh-eating corpses.

It’s the reason I’m curious about learning how to hunt. Why every time I go to the grocery store it reminds me that I really should learn how to cultivate and harvest my own food already. Why I waited until Aidan was one to wean him (call me crazy, but I didn’t want to have a starving baby and no formula if our little family had to hit the road in a hurry).

We actually do have a plan, should the zombie apocalypse ever occur. We know exactly where we’ll go, and how we’ll get there, and what we’ll do when we arrive. I’m lucky in that I have a husband who will entertain these kinds of thoughts with me, but it’s better to be safe than sorry. The last thing you want is to be that chick who gets herself a gun and then can’t get the safety off the thing in time to defend herself against something that’s trying to eat her face.

All that to say (and a full half of you wondering wherever I misplaced my marbles) I found a house that is so cool, so perfect it needs must be shared. Check it out:

It’s a house in Warsaw, Poland that was built by KWK Promes. Their intention was to make inhabitants feel as safe as possible. Some highlights:

  • Second-floor drawbridge entry
  • All the windows and doors can be covered by giant slabs of concrete and metal safety mesh at a moment’s notice
  • Indoor swimming pool, so you can work on your fitness without worrying whether there’s a raging zombie waiting to tear your face off

Seriously, go check it out. The pictures alone will blow your mind. I vote we take up a collection and build one in the US, and then move to it in the event of a zombie apocalypse. All in favor?

3 thoughts on “Zombie Apocalypse

  1. I dunno, it’s all well and good until the door and window covers jam AFTER the dumb blond chick invites the vampires into the house.

    Speaking of vampires, I need to go save some books from ours…

  2. I’m in!! Only if we can bring my Wesley and Army Boy, and then I can stand by the drawbridge all the time and refuse entry to anyone who won’t call me “PRINCESS Brooke.”

    I would be a petty brat in a time of apocalypse, clearly.

  3. -Blanche, Ha! I suppose they could jam, but they’d probably have a manual release much like the ones that come with garage door openers.

    -Txtingmrdarcy, Dude, you could totally demand to be called Princess Brooke. Feel free to bring the man and the pup, just know that the puppy will get confused when I talk to my husband!

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