Print-and-stick zombie wounds

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6 Responses to “Print-and-stick zombie wounds”

  1. bwcbwc says:

    Uhh, you can’t direct readers to a download without including the download link.

    • chgoliz says:

      Click on the first 2/3 of the link, not the last 1/3.

      I have one complaint about this Wonderful Thing: why did you wait until 5 days before Halloween? I know my 7th grader would have gone for this in a heartbeat, but there’s no way I’m telling her now and risking 4 days of pleading to change from her original idea (her Mai costume cost more – time and money – to put together than all the others combined in our family).

  2. Bent Ripp says:

    @Chgolitz, gee, now I feel bad! The zombie eyeglasses are even easier. Well, 7th graders should dress up as Star Wars characters anyway. I think it’s the law.

    Maybe she should read the book, instead… but not for a few years.

    As for the rest of you swine, it was a lot of work to make those things not look vaginal — a couple of them had to be modified about 20 times before they didn’t look like something from a pr0n video.

    • chgoliz says:

      Star Wars?

      STAR WARS?????

      Avatar: the anime/manga version, not the recent Hollywood version.

      Sheesh.

      *flounces off*

  3. Halloween Jack says:

    The one in the lower right looks somewhat, ah, vaginal.

    • gravytop says:

      You must have tarried with some pretty shopworn ladies in your day… either that, or gotten yerself a fair amount of zombie trim…

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