In the movie "Warm Bodies", a male zombie falls in love with a girl. The television show "The Walking Dead" breaks ratings records each week. So maybe being a member of the walking undead isn't so bad after all. Here are the Top Best Things About Being a Zombie.
You can't die. Physically, that is. Emotionally, we all died when Justin Timberlake got married.
There is no better way to wipe that grin off the Exxon cashier charging you an arm and a leg for gas than actually handing him your arm and your leg.
Your glaring lack of mobility will get you signed by the Lakers.
People might think you're on that hit AMC show with all the lifeless characters. What's it called? Oh, yeah: "Mad Men".
Uh, hello? Rotting flesh = money saved on moisturizer.
You have an excuse for mindlessly shambling through the mall.
You can sign autographs as Nick Nolte and nobody knows the difference.
Under Obamacare, death is a pre-existing condition.
You get to eat all day, every day, and LOSE weight.
If they ever make a biopic of Keith Richards, you're a shoo-in for the lead.
That Cranberries song about you never gets old.
The American school system ensures a steady supply of brains that are never used.
You're actually happy when someone says "I'm gonna give you a piece of my mind!"
Brains are a nutritious part of a gluten-free, low-carb diet.
If people ask why you smell like rotting flesh, it's fun to tell them that you're from France.
Because you move slowly, have a tragic look on your face, and grunt . . . you can always find work as a Starbucks barista.