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Bows, Crossbows, Zombie Survivor Cake Toppers

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So, maybe it's The Walking Dead, but maybe it's The Hunger Games, but lately, I've seen quite a few cake toppers using arrows and bolts rather than bullets.
Some couples are in agreement about silent kills, but there are some couples where one of them didn't really get the memo and brought a shotgun.
In any case, here's the latest from the zombie survivor wedding front:
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pistol-1.jpg
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crawling-zombie-2.jpg

 

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