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Monday, October 28, 2013

The Walking Dead: Skyfall

In Buenos Aires, american fast food chains aren't the only import from the northern hemisphere that has taken off. Popular american t.v. shows like "The Big Bang Theory" or "The Simpsons" have been a hit with Argentines. One of the shows that the city is crazy for is "The Walking Dead". For those of you who don't know, it is about the story of Rick Grimes, an officer who was shot while on duty and wakes up in a coma 9 mths later to find that the zombie apocalypse has happened. The series follows him and a group of survivors as they attempt to make their way in a world overrun by zombies.

All of us who are preparing for the zombie apocalypse (which means the rest of you all are SCREWED) know that there are two things that get their attention.....noise and the sight or smell of living flesh. The smell of fresh living flesh stirs up a frenzy as a mass swarm of zombies descend on whatever unfortunate living creature happens to be around for their version of "brunch"

But the real phenomenon is that this zombie-like behavior seems to manifest amongst Argentines in certain circumstances. Argentines have certain things that seems to trigger off this zombie-like behavior. One of these has been at the sight of american USD. Argentines have been known to descend on the carrier of american greenbacks accompanied by zombi-sh noises that when properly translated almost sounds like the offer of a trade from the ailing Argentine peso.

Strangely enough that isn't the only thing that triggers off this zombie-like behavior. In a country filled with men who behave like tools and would cheat on their drop dead gorgeous wives without thinking twice, good men to Argentine women are like living flesh to zombies.

However, Argentine women are much smarter than zombies. When zombies find living flesh they aren't subtle about it. As they begin tearing into the flesh of their victim they make loud grunting noises letting the whole herd know that they've found food. Argentine women may take on a much more discreet and lady-like approach.

I know the story of a young american who came to Buenos Aires for fun about 9 yrs ago. On his second day here he walked into a nite club. The moment that he walked in there was a beautiful young woman who saw him and immediately knew this was her future husband. She headed over to him straight away, flirted abit, put a ring on him and now 9 yrs later are on the verge of celebrating their first child.

If you happen to be a decent, honorable man, hard working, good head on your shoulders, loyal, relationship material in every way then prepare to be scouted out by zombie hordes of Argentine women tired of tools....

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