When I had originally scheduled this outing it was supposed to be kind of a triple date. Unfortunately one of my girlfriends ended up taking her sick nephew to the hospital so I filled in and had two dates. Yay me!
|Jexican, me, Ticklebug|
You can't see it well but Ticklebug and Jexican decided to up the bromance factor by being Power Rangers together. Jexican is Green Ranger and Ticklebug is Red Ranger.
|I was really the third wheel to their bromance date lol.|
After everyone figured out a name Professor Von Guttenburg sat us down and explained that Dr. Oxy had become infected with the zombie virus and locked himself in a room. Dr. Oxy had left clues around the room in case he became a human again and needed to escape. She also explained the rules, like "Please, don't hit the zombie, we were only given one" and gave us helpful tips to succeed. When we finished the rules we were lined up to walk into the room.
Entering the room what concerned me the most was the zombie not being out. That meant the asshole was hiding somewhere and would jump out. While gathering clues and putting them in one location I was cautious not to go anywhere that looked like it could lead to an open spot. It was good thinking because I wasn't the one that discovered the zombie. If I had I'm pretty sure I would have peed myself a little.
In the room there were so many clues, there were symbols, colors, words, riddles, etc. It was difficult because with so many clues it was hard to know where to start.
|Dean would have known what to do.|
We were on the last clue when time ran out and we got eaten by the zombie. If we would have had an additional five minutes we would have made it out. We left the room and Professor Von Guttenburg went over the different strengths that each person showed. Freaking Ticklebug is such a Type A that has to be in charge that he got all kinds of awesome scores. What a Twatwaffle! After that we stuck our name tags on the wall and then took some pictures with Professor Guttenburg and Zombie Dr. Oxy.
It was so much fun. Probably one of the most unique outings I've ever been on. I'm hoping to do it again in a few months, after I've forgotten some of the clues.