We don’t like to talk about it, but scientifically speaking, the removal of waste is an important biological function.
It’s not only necessary for sustaining life, it’s a sign of life itself.
In short, what goes in, must come out.
Zombies are, by their very definition, dead.
But they eat. Specifically, they want to eat you.
Say we’re in the zombie apocalypse. You’re the slowest member of our pack and a zombie eats you for lunch.
We did our best to help but you know, this is the zombie apocalypse and shit happens.
But does that shit happen for a zombie? Because if a zombie eats you, me, and a dozen other people, eventually it’s going to get pretty crowded in there.
In short, if zombies don’t poop, then eventually the principles of science dictate they must reach a critical mass after which their zombie bodies can no longer hold in matter and then they explode, a sea of consumed body parts flying everywhere.
Do zombies poop?
Author Jack Flacco posed this very intriguing question on jackflacco.com
Check it out, 3.5 readers. As God as my witness, I will not rest until this very important question is answered.
– Bookshelf Q. Battler
Whenever I write about something, I try to find an angle to the story. Although I may have an idea, and it may be a good idea, I won’t write about it until I discover the hook. When it comes to zombies, as much as I enjoy the genre, the hook may not be so obvious. The reason for this stems from the fact that the genre has a number of mysteries I have yet to answer. I’m sure someone out there has the answer, but I don’t.
Do Zombies Poop?
Today’s Monday Mayhem feature will concentrate on describing what three of those mysteries are.
Do Zombies Die?—I’ll have to admit I haven’t watched or read all the zombie stories out there. Yes, I also feel it is a travesty. Other than Warm Bodies, where, after some time, the zombies become Boneys, and in The Walking Dead, where the…
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