"I could see more skin on her than clothes," added a another witness, "Obviously she wanted to be eaten."
The question many of us find ourselves asking is: are these women truly at fault or are the zombies the victim of bad reputation? When faced with such temptation as bared flesh, can they really be expected to resist? "They operate on base instinct alone," states one scientist with what appears to be an umbrella emblazoned on his lapel, "You cannot expect them to control themselves."
He goes on to explain further, "It's like leaving a candy bar open on your picnic blanket and being surprised when the ants show up."
When asked most women seemed to agree that efficiency and style can't always go hand-in-hand, and your last impression is certainly just as important as your first. For them the risk is worth it. "She didn't want to be eaten. That's ridiculous," one girl argues, "Seriously; who wants to get eaten by ravenous zombies with bad teeth?"
Another woman agrees, "If the zombies are doing it, we should be able to too! Besides, just because you left your candy out doesn't means ants will show up to eat it. Maybe there aren't even any ants nearby! Maybe the ants have something better to eat. Maybe they aren't even hungry."
Yet you can't dispute the statistics, 3 out of 5 inappropriately dressed women will die in a zombie-related eating, somewhere on the continent, every 6.3 minutes. It's no secret that if you don't want to die, you should probably better equip yourself, and that includes your style of dress.
(Inspiration courtesy of Neoseeker.)