I’m not a Zombie anymore…

I used to like to think of myself as a real-life Zombie.

I mean, I am un-dead, even MORE than just un-dead (I think it’s more accurate to say I am un-un-un-un-un-un-un-undead now). I am THE Walking Dead, the real-life Dead..Poole.

One of my favourite zombie movies is Zombieland, where they outline the rules when dealing with zombies. Obviously, God never watched Zombieland, as he/she keeps breaking rule #2: always double-tap.

But that all changed when I was started on new medication — Amiodarone. Not only did I have to adjust to now taking 6 medications daily, I also stopped being a Zombie.

For Amiodarone makes me a Vampire.

I don’t know how to feel about this, on one hand, I’ve joined Team Edward, on the other, Zombies are cooler. Actually, I wonder if I can be both…

A Vambie?
A Zompire?

Oh well, I’ll figure it out. In the meanwhile, being an introverted nerd who spends a lot of spare time playing video games, I somehow don’t think avoiding sunlight will be a hard transition.

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