Why don’t anyone on the mythology and folklore section want to become a zombie?

Question by Chris G: Why don’t anyone on the mythology and folklore section want to become a zombie?
I mean, everyone seems to want to know what it’s like to be a vampire or a werewolf. Why don’t anyone want to become a zombie? They are far more terrifying than sissyfied vampires and repressed werewolves. Zombies do not compromise and do not show mercy. So, why doesn’t anyone want to become a zombie?

Best answer:

Answer by Bekah
The reasons for being a zombie are not at all alluring. There is nothing special about it. Thats why.

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5 Responses to Why don’t anyone on the mythology and folklore section want to become a zombie?

  1. Kenneth says:

    Maybe its because it is not near as “neat” or popular as vampires and werewolves. And there aren’t countless fan girls screaming about them so people don’t exploit them. I mean who would want to become a brainless flesh eating non attractive corpse?

  2. God Rest Ye Merry Hippogriffs says:

    I guess because zombies arent cacky wearing douche bags that fall in love with human teenage girls.

  3. Cozy says:

    Yes, but they are repulsive! Rotten body isn’t exactly the ideal for anyone. You don’t know what you may leave behind on your next step, an ear, an arm, a leg…?
    Vampires and werewolves have supernatural powers. Zombies are what’s left of you hungry for flesh.Sure, they’re terrifying but it’s not the best choice anyone can make.

  4. Belgariad says:

    Probably because they don’t have enough brains to think anymore.

  5. Faerie says:

    Because, to put it plainly, Zombies are disgusting. Their body still molds and deteriorates as they get older and they are literally the decomposing walking dead. They stink and who would ever want to kiss one? Plus, they can’t really talk, they just mumble

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