Posted by: mrpeatie | October 28, 2009

Table Topics 10.26.09 with a Halloween Theme

TMLogoA yearly tradition in our Toastmasters Club is to have a Halloween themed meeting. We have some candy and decorations. The names of the roles are altered so we have Spookers, a General Eviscerator, and the Grossmaster of the Day. The word of the day goes along with the theme (ours was massacre, but I’m partial to macabre) and off course, Table Topics will have a Halloween theme.

Our Table Topics Master has a peculiar fascination with the Zombie Apocalypse and other unique scenarios that result in the death of mankind by supernatural forces.

1. One day tomatoes will rise up and destroy mankind, just like in the holy prophecy – Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, when they do, what fruit or vegetable will join them in world domination?

2. In Return of the Living Dead, it didn’t matter what you were when you died, you came back as a Zombie. Even animals used as science experiments came back looking for brains. What nonhuman zombie scares you the most?

3. Of course this means that you will have to become a vegan, which could be hard if the tomatoes are attacking you at the same time. If it was not only the Zombie Apocalypse and the tomato apocalypse but also the Monster under the bed Apocalypse – what do you think would be the hardest thing you would have to do to survive?

4. One of the good things that will come out of the Zombie Apocalypse is that Humans and Vampires will finally be friends. Because if the Zombies eat all the humans, there will be no more food for them. What other cool new monster/human partnerships do you look forward to?

I got called on for the first question. I’m not a fan of questions where I have to be creative and make stuff up. I’m much better when I can fall back on a past experience. Luckily, I was able to talk about how evil and vile okra is.

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  1. […] We’ve done a lot of themed meetings at our Toastmasters club. A few of the most recent ones were a pet theme (only pictures and stories, not real pets) and a […]


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