Zombie Cliche Lookout: Tell Me More
The thing about revealing personal information about yourself is that it tends to invite further questions. People have a tendency to think that, if you tell them one personal fact about yourself, then the entire book of your life should be open to them. When you apply that to a zombie apocalypse scenario, things will just get worse. Why is that? Because everyone will not have a set of shared experiences.We’re all zombie survivors, it’s just the particulars of our individual stories that set us apart. So why not share with the group? We’re all friends here, after all.
Opening the floodgates to your personal history isn’t something many of us are comfortable with, but by revealing something small and then shutting up, you’re doing to make it seem like you’re hiding something. And if you’re hiding something about your past, what’s stopping you from hiding other things, a bite, for example?
About this Episode:
Well this is it, everyone. The last episode for about four weeks, at least the last episode ofBricks of the Dead. As I’ve mentioned a number of times now, we’ve got something pretty exciting coming during my time off, so make sure you check back next Monday for part one of our eight part series. It’s going to be great.
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Discussion Question: Coping with Loss
So Bricks of the Dead is on a short hiatus, how are you coping? Crying yourselves to sleep? Exploring poetry? Deviant sexual behavior? Share with the group!