Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Pumpkin Spice and the Zombie Apocalypse: a Halloween Story!

I don't know how it happened really. It all seemed simple enough. A little coffee drink a few years ago. That's how they got us. Well, not all of us. Some of us were immune. The lucky ones. Before the rest of the world knew it, the crazy had taken over. It was everywhere. Not just coffee! There were donuts, muffins, cupcakes, cookies, cakes, bread, bars, pins on Pinterest, tweets, Instagram photos, and Facebook mentions. You couldn't go to the gas station without seeing donut holes and then it happened. McDonalds introduced the Pumpkin spice Latte and the world went McCafe crazy!

The evil genius behind this Pumpkin Spice craze was none other than Jerry Jones! Owner of the Dallas Cowboys! What the world in general didn't realize, but what several Cowboy fans had long suspected as the truth, however was reality.

Jerry had in fact been dead for several years and was a zombie using the mad pumpkin spice craze to spread the zombie virus world wide!

His evil plan was working perfectly! He had no idea the resistance was forming behind the fearless leader Yu and his band of might warriors! They began to fight for the souls of those not yet lost!

They managed to enlist some of Jerry's top generals when his devious plot became known:

The world fought back against pumpkin spice! It started slowly. First, Beltre showed Tony Romo how to turned his baseball cap around the right way! Baby steps!!! Next they learned how to swing a bat and take a zombie head off. For this they needed Nelson Cruz's Boomstick and Adrian Beltre's one legged approach.

The battle rages on! The fight is not over. However with Luke Bryan, Jason Whitten, Blake Shelton and others leading the field battles against the zombies, it IS just a matter of time. Down with pumpkin spice!!!

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Raewyn @ Be A Warrior Queen said...

This made me laugh!!!

Laura @Simply Me, The way I see it said...

I may have giggled a time or two writing it. Glad you did. That was my hope! ;-)

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