Zombies for Dinner

by Jenny

Zombie Project

Once upon a time there was an evil boy Carmethius and his evil twin sister Alexia. They are from the underwater Greek island of Dinistrio. Dinistrio is the zombie capital of the world; Dinistrio is where everyone goes right before they go with Pluto. The people that go to the underworld with Pluto are the people sent from Dinistrio because they weren’t beautiful enough to eat.
On the island of Dinistrio, Greeks that have angered the gods of mount Olympus are sent to be punished, many of the Greeks were sent to the island because they said they were better than the gods, and the gods are very self-centered therefore they sent the people to Dinistrio.
When the Greeks are sent to the island they are greeted by the most beautiful, deceiving, and evil zombie, Alexia. She greets them by saying “Lorem volunt caelum darentur. veni, et obstupescite. sumpta sunt nonnulla in hac insula et sensus concesserit beata vita,” she said this knowing that there was a selected few but they weren’t going to be granted anything happy, they were going to be eaten, and the lucky ones would be sent to the underworld to be tortured for the rest of eternity.
After they enter the island the go into the capitol city of Confusion where Carmethius choses all the beauteous humans that will be devoured by the zombies. He chooses them by a series of tests called Tests. First he tests their personality to make sure that their insides will be tasty, he tests them in latin with a series of questions: “Sunt te beatum personam? Tu pulchra putas est? Nisi quis manserit in insula velis aut usque in infernum? Et demum quid suus 'vestri ventus colore?”
In the end only two beautiful and tasy individuals were chosen to stay on the island (be eaten), and their names were Bonnie and Clyde. They and they were awarded with their prize, on their first and only night on the island a feast, but it wasn’t for them it was for the ZOMBIES.
Zombie Project
Once upon a time there was an evil boy Carmethius and his evil twin sister Alexia. They are from the underwater Greek island of Dinistrio. Dinistrio is the zombie capital of the world; Dinistrio is where everyone goes right before they go with Pluto. The people that go to the underworld with Pluto are the people sent from Dinistrio because they weren’t beautiful enough to eat.
On the island of Dinistrio, Greeks that have angered the gods of mount Olympus are sent to be punished, many of the Greeks were sent to the island because they said they were better than the gods, and the gods are very self-centered therefore they sent the people to Dinistrio.
When the Greeks are sent to the island they are greeted by the most beautiful, deceiving, and evil zombie, Alexia. She greets them by saying “Lorem volunt caelum darentur. veni, et obstupescite. sumpta sunt nonnulla in hac insula et sensus concesserit beata vita,” she said this knowing that there was a selected few but they weren’t going to be granted anything happy, they were going to be eaten, and the lucky ones would be sent to the underworld to be tortured for the rest of eternity.
After they enter the island the go into the capitol city of Confusion where Carmethius choses all the beauteous humans that will be devoured by the zombies. He chooses them by a series of tests called Tests. First he tests their personality to make sure that their insides will be tasty, he tests them in latin with a series of questions: “Sunt te beatum personam? Tu pulchra putas est? Nisi quis manserit in insula velis aut usque in infernum? Et demum quid suus 'vestri ventus colore?”
In the end only two beautiful and tasy individuals were chosen to stay on the island (be eaten), and their names were Bonnie and Clyde. They and they were awarded with their prize, on their first and only night on the island a feast, but it wasn’t for them it was for the ZOMBIES.
Zombie Project
Once upon a time there was an evil boy Carmethius and his evil twin sister Alexia. They are from the underwater Greek island of Dinistrio. Dinistrio is the zombie capital of the world; Dinistrio is where everyone goes right before they go with Pluto. The people that go to the underworld with Pluto are the people sent from Dinistrio because they weren’t beautiful enough to eat.
On the island of Dinistrio, Greeks that have angered the gods of mount Olympus are sent to be punished, many of the Greeks were sent to the island because they said they were better than the gods, and the gods are very self-centered therefore they sent the people to Dinistrio.
When the Greeks are sent to the island they are greeted by the most beautiful, deceiving, and evil zombie, Alexia. She greets them by saying “Lorem volunt caelum darentur. veni, et obstupescite. sumpta sunt nonnulla in hac insula et sensus concesserit beata vita,” she said this knowing that there was a selected few but they weren’t going to be granted anything happy, they were going to be eaten, and the lucky ones would be sent to the underworld to be tortured for the rest of eternity.
After they enter the island the go into the capitol city of Confusion where Carmethius choses all the beauteous humans that will be devoured by the zombies. He chooses them by a series of tests called Tests. First he tests their personality to make sure that their insides will be tasty, he tests them in latin with a series of questions: “Sunt te beatum personam? Tu pulchra putas est? Nisi quis manserit in insula velis aut usque in infernum? Et demum quid suus 'vestri ventus colore?”
In the end only two beautiful and tasy individuals were chosen to stay on the island (be eaten), and their names were Bonnie and Clyde. They and they were awarded with their prize, on their first and only night on the island a feast, but it wasn’t for them it was for the ZOMBIES.

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