When I was about six years old, I discovered the First Law of Monsters:
If the monsters can't see you, they can't eat you.
When I was about 16, I discovered the Second Law of Monsters:
The Second Law of Monsters only applies to young monsters.
I still miss my brother Sam.
When escaping from monsters, you don't to be the fastest in the group. As long as there is one person slower than you to be a distraction.
To the left are your two children. To the right are your two dogs.
You see a space alien approaching each group, fangs dripping green goo, carrying a bottle of BBQ sauce.
You have a gun with one bullet, and can save just one of the two groups. Which one do you save?
You save the dogs, of course. The dogs will be always love you. But if you save the children, they will always blame you for not saving the dogs.
See Dick run.
See Jane run.
See zombies chasing Dick and Jane.
See Dick and Jane run from the zombies.
See Dick trip Jane.
See Jane fall.
See poor Jane getting eaten by the zombies.
Disk will miss Jane.
If a vampire bites a werewolf, does he become a werevampire?
Sometimes it's convenient being a zombie, like during flu season.
If Santa were a zombie, you wouldn't set out milk and cookies. You would set out brains. Probably your sister's brains.