When you think too much We're alive is an oxymoron?
You know you listen too much to "We're Alive" when you are looking out for zombies in the barn and scouting for safehouses...
(I do look out for zombies in my barn, buy it's dark there!! And it has too many knooks and crannies, and I have to pass them every night to feed my chickens.. And I believe that if you seriously look out for zombies in your barn, you need to be scouting for a safe house...before the nice men with the white backwards jacket come to get you)
You watch documentaries about castle defenses and try to figure out how you could apply them to your ranch house in the semi-suburbs.
Hey I started that "Michael Cross is so tough" thread. I am glad it inspired this! You know you listen to WE're Alive too much when you look at apartment buildings and assess it from the outside to determine whether you could survive in it with others. Also when you are in a public or work restroom and determine the ways out if a zombie started pounding the door.
STAND DOWN MAINTENANCE MAN!
You know you listen to We're Alive too much when... you're playing Left 4 Dead and when you start fighting a tank, you scream into the headset, "Does he have an arrow in his eye?!?"
"I have better things to do tonight than die."
-Springer (while loading a mortar shell)
You know you listen to We're Alive too much when you're watching a movie that takes place in LA and see or hear of locations you've heard about in an episode. Then you picture what's going on and being said, when suddenly you realize you've missed 10 minutes of the movie.
You know you listen to We're Alive when you make a check list of all the things to take for work, and figure out how hide in the drop ceiling.
i think i should run in the other direction.