Q&A: Do people really believe in the Zombie Apocalypse?

Question by Morgan: Do people really believe in the Zombie Apocalypse?
I don’t really watch Zombie movies but I have a friend who does and she obsesses over zombies taking over by coming up with survival plans…. but I can’t tell if she’s just going through a phase and joking around.

Best answer:

Answer by Ryan V
Generally people with zombie survival plans do it as a fun hobby/joke. The University of Chicago actually has a “Zombie Readiness Task Force”

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5 Responses to Q&A: Do people really believe in the Zombie Apocalypse?

  1. Splash Frog says:

    No, but it’s fun to hypothesize. Been watching Walking Dead? Man, that show is awesome.

  2. Twunt says:

    Unforunately, young people now are doing something that young people have never done before.
    They are losing the ability to tell the difference between fiction and reality.
    They watch Zombie movies and think zombies are real
    They watch Twilight and think vampires exist.

  3. The Bridge Dweller says:

    Not really, but nerds still hope it will come some day, and somehow they become the last men on earth and manage to score with their high school crushes

  4. John says:

    Both no and yes. Yes, sadly, ive met people that believe it’s real. But in the shooting community they say it to give them a reason to buy more guns.

  5. HollyPaw says:

    There is always someone naive and gullible enough to believe something,sadly so.

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