posted by Kirsten Miller at 9:27 AM
Considering that zombies are supposed to be (or have been) humans, this is really messed up and sick.
Japan is very, um, interesting...
That is the GROSSEST think I've ever heard of!!!!!!!
Lol, I remember that XD
omg . . . . . . . . . . . . . zombie meat lol am i the first comment? haha yay!
Ahem. Um, I really don't want to be branded as a cannibal. But really, a twin pack? If it's cheap, I'll buy it. JK! LOL.
i like beef jerky. tastes for breakfast when paired with chocolate milk. seriously. never had blue beef jerky though...
with a side of man-eating asparagus...
yum! that almost makes me want to rethink being a vegetarian! haha jk
BREAKING NEWS:I was at my local library yesterday, and if you read a certain amount of time, you get a free book. So I just glanced at the actual books, and guess what I saw there for FREE:Kiki Strike: Inside the Shadow CityIt's horrifying I know
Great interview on the today show Kirsten!!!!!!!
I saw you on the today show. It was cool! Some of the kids were kinda funny . . . . . . . . . . unintentionally lol
Ah, it's times like this I slightly regret being a vegetarian...
*Gasp*Someone beat me to the vegetarian-comment.And here I was thinking I was all witty and stuff T-T
You sure like Japan huh.... ME TOO!!! :D haha
that company needs to make a deal with that pizza place that uses coffin wood so the zombie jerky can be used as a pizza topping. they could make a fortune if they sold it to the rats in the shadow city(if rats have money. i think its just squirrels that mug people.). but is that actually human flesh? if it is, everyone who eats it will probably get the human version of mad cow disease(but i dont think cows are the only ones to get it, i think chickens have gotten it too), and in weird funeral things, some people got it because they ate the dead and got mad cow disease-human version. and this makes me wonder if the donner party got anything like that, or the survivors of that college rugby plane crash in the andes from like maybe twenty years ago, im not sure about the date.......someone needs to have iris' parents investigate this, theyre anthropologists, arent they?sorry for the novel, i have a hard time shutting up.
Al Fonzo: I don't mind Kiki Strike being given out for free. The more readers, the merrier! But thanks for the update! I like having eyes and ears all over the country.MI & Kathleen: Thanks for watching!!!Anonymous: You and I think alike. I'm not sure that's a good thing. Hahaha.
Goodness that's brilliant. Funny how all of the vegetarians (including me) are most amused by this... Ah well :) I think Japan is heaven on earth for me.
Post a Comment
I'm the author of the Kiki Strike book series (plus a few other things) and co-author (with Jason Segel) of the Nightmares! book series.
This is my old blog. If you want to know what's happening now, check out kirstenmillerbooks.com!
View my complete profile