What will you do when the whole world suddenly plunges into a zombie apocalypse? Hide? Cower in fear? Kill yourself before the biters do?
We say, stand up and fight! When the undead shitstorm descends, real men will do whatever it takes to survive, and that includes taking the brain-munching enemies out by the truckload. To help you do just that, here's a list of real-word, non-sci-fi items you can use when fictional gore becomes deadly reality.
And if these fail...well, at least you came out swinging! Yan ang TNL!
Whenever we watch the bidas in zombie movies waste tons of bullets to no avail, we wonder "Bakit lagi na lang walang granada?" So, if ever the time comes we'll have to fight the undead, we'll be stacking up on these little weapons of mass destruction. With one throw, you can take out a group of zombies. And since they aren't really fast runners—at least the traditional ones—it's most probably goodbye when you use one.
2. Alarm clock
Zombies have a penchant for following sounds, so it's a common sight to see scared protagonists hushing for their life. However, making noise can also be a life-saver, and here's where the alam clock comes into play. Set it for a certain time and place it in a location favorable to you. Now that you have a ploy to assemble a herd you can kill more zombies in less time and with less effort.
3. Wrecking ball
It might have earned hilarity and even infamy in Miley Cyrus' video, but we reckon a wrecking ball is still a mighty badass weapon. Just like a grenade, it can easily clear a zombie-infested area, plus it's reusable! Also, a wrecking ball often comes with a big earth-mover type of machine that will do wonders in protecting your hide while you smash the heck out of the undead. Lastly, it can be used to clear streets of debris—really handy, since a zombie wasteland is also messy.
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