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It's Official: The Royal Wedding Would Not Survive A Zombie Attack

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As Prince William and Kate Middleton prepare to marry tomorrow, the big question for those in attendance isn’t who designed her dress, but instead, will I survive if this place suddenly becomes overridden with the living dead?

Yes, we’ve seen the royal wedding covered from every angle these past few weeks, but that hilarious question truly, ahem, takes the cake. And while it’s completely silly to debate such a scenario, it turns out that we actually have an answer.

No.

The creators of the game “Class 3 Outbreak”, the Google Maps zombie game, launched a special edition map this week to honor the royal nuptials. It features Kate Middleton, Prince William and their guests outside Westminster Abbey – and an uninvited horde of the living dead that suddenly crash the festivities.

“After extensive testing of the simulator I can attest that things don’t bode well for William and Kate,” says the site Google Maps Mania. “By my reckoning the happy couple will enjoy about five minutes of married life before joining the leagues of the walking dead.”

For those in attendance, fear not – you may still have a chance at surviving a zombiepocalypse. Josh Harrison over at ology.com has created a handy: “Surviving Zombies at the Royal Wedding: A Handbook”. You’re welcome.

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