This, Shatner, and maybe a handful of regular commenters here, would be why we love Canada so. They actually debated zombie apocalypse issues in parliament.
(I'll name the Dead Space winner tomorrow)
@theelusivegoose Ireland's pretty safely surrounded by water, isn't it?
Well I guess my country's Parliament was...
.... a little dead that day.
"Canada will never become a safe haven for zombies, ever!", well let's hope this is one promise our politicians can keep. I for one do not wan..hold it a sec, something's scratching at the door...'
Damn, they look hungry. Must have come back from Ottawa completely starved.
Jesus nobody sees this but me. The Canadians are getting ready to invade by unleashing zombies on the United States under the guise of how to handle a zombie outbreak. Handling it actually means making sure the entire border is walled and guarded to make sure there is no back flow. Those that survive the first wave will be forced to drink gallons of maple syrup and be beaten by milk bags. Our daughters will be turned into Canadian bacon and we will have to learn French because we will have to serve our cruel Quebecois masters. Fucking Quebec people!!
Never been prouder to be Canadian actually, because usually I'm not.
It's not a "zombie invasion". It's a "zombie outbreak". If Canadians think zombies are merely a foreign problem that may breach their borders, they're in for a very, very quick zombie apocalypse (unless it happens during winter)
Everybody thinks this is funny until it happens...
I have never been prouder of my government.
...I have never been more proud to be a Canadian than I am right now, watching this. I think I may cry a little. Salute!
Dude, Kids In The Hall.
You have to love John Baird. No, no, you have to. It was brought up in the House of Commons.
Now if they can take on their ghost actor problems.
I'm Canadian Scott and I approve this message...
Canadian zombies would be too polite to eat your brains.
“@ToplessRobot: Canada Has Bipartisan Agreement Opposing Zombies http://t.co/3KmhrnCe via @ToplessRobot” I friggin love Canada
@ToplessRobot enjoy the apocalypse everyone!
@ToplessRobot True, but lets say that an outbreak happened, being surrounded by sea means it would be harder to escape. We need a plan B.
@kegs I have no idea what yer talking aboot. ay.
(Zombie at the door grahh taste like Poutine grahhh)
@Dudley_Dawson humm Canadian daughter Bacon, covered in maple syrup..(licks lips) I know that should sound wrong, but it really doesn't.
@Lithroe uhm usually not proud or usually not Canadian?
@FabioRezende Canada is under the delusion that all problems are external. Then bitch about other countries that bitch about external problems. It's called projecting.
Also zombies are slow during all seasons. Though the old may still need to worry.
@Someguy Wayne & Schuster. Yup. Right in the childhood.
@BrandoLars @Lithroe Bit of both.
@vangald @FabioRezende Wait, I thought fast zombies was the way of the world?
@vangald @FabioRezende Wrong! Zombies are slow three seasons a year. On winter, they stop frozen. Unless you're living in a tropical zone, in which case you either go to some rain forest and climb a tree or you're fucked
@Canadian.Scott @vangald @FabioRezende Pfff. Fast zombies aren't real. Everybody knows that.
@FabioRezende Frozen but not by threat. Just by smell.
@vangald @FabioRezende Decayed zombie vs. frozen zombie. Which would YOU pick?
@FabioRezende @vangald Wrong! Warmer climates increase decay. They will be falling apart and you could smell them a mile away.
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