Carrie Harris | Young Adult Author

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

More Lolzombies

I cannot resist the urge to make more lolzombies. I was thinking that I should start a support group for lolzombie addicts, but something tells me that I would be the only member.







16 comments:

Jeremy Kelly said...

Hey, how do you make those? Those are great!

Word verification: etsized

Jamie Eyberg said...

:o

storyqueen said...

My fave is the zombie jazz hands!!

Too funny!

Shelley

candicekennington said...

Bwahahahaha! Donald Trump's hair... I'm already addicted after one post. Are there more? I'm going to have to go search your archives for my next fix!!

Natalie said...

I, too, am a fan of the jazz hands.

Mariah Irvin said...

Jazz hands are waaaaay cooler than spirit fingers.

Natalie L. Sin said...

LOL

Carrie Harris said...

Jeremy, take a picture of a zombie and go to the lolcats site. They have a lolmaker, which is really supposed to be for cute pictures of fuzzy animals, but hey. If the zombie fits...

The jazz hands are my favorite too, but Trump's hair comes a close second.

Candice, there are a few more lolzombies in an old post, and I definitely plan to do more in the future. It's really TOO much fun.

Danyelle said...

Those are awesome, even though I'm feeling faintly nauseous now. >.< I love your sense of humor!

Cate Gardner said...

Eek! Does anyone else find that bottom one horrific. Shudder.

Suzanne Casamento said...

LOL! Zombie Jazz Hands ARE priceless!

Kelly said...

So you made up those captions?
That is hilarious! But I already knew you were funny, so that is not a surprise.
I like the skate board one. Dude, roll away!

Jameson T. Caine said...

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Christina Farley said...

You are so creative! I'm impressed.

Carrie Harris said...

Yep. I made up the captions. Blame me. Go ahead. ;)

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