Superdry Clothing – Sizes Explained | survivethewalkingdead.com

The problem is that Superdry sizes ‘appear to be different’ from other brands in the market (I’ve put that in inverted commas for a reason). That and the internet is plagued of misleading information on this topic. I’ve decided to sort this out once and for all. Or at least until Superdry change things up […]

Married Life Gets Enhanced With the Increasing Level of the HGH Human Growth Hormone | survivethewalkingdead.com

Most people say that marriage should be taken place at a young age and they are correct. Many reasons are there to justify the statement. When you are young, you have strong will to take responsibilities. You can love other person a lot and above all, if you are already in love with someone then […]

Do not Become A Spam Zombie | survivethewalkingdead.com

When I received my first spam message I assumed it was a mistake. Someone had sent the email to me when they meant to send it to someone who's address was similar. A typo? As spam became more precalent, the initial thought that someone had got my address and was sending ME messages was hard […]

Pump and Dump Email Scams – Should You be Worried? | survivethewalkingdead.com

A “Pump and Dump” is the name given to a email scam where spammers will send out spam email about a company, with the aim of inflating interest and price of a companies stock or shares. The idea is that the scammer will first buy a large number of shares in a low-valued company. The […]

The Zombie Gaming Market | survivethewalkingdead.com

The zombie game market is going nowhere but up. Let's take a look at the facts. One many zombie related games came out in abundance in the past 5 years or so. Second, so many zombie mods and user created items have come out for regular games. Thirdly, the undead culture itself is already a […]

Paragliding vs Skydiving – Which is For You? | survivethewalkingdead.com

Are you dreaming to fly? Nowadays people have several options to fulfill such a dream – much more than in the near past. You can try things like flying an ultralight airplane, making BASE jumps, flying a hang glider or paraglider, skydiving and indoor skydiving. In this article I’ll focus on two of the most […]

Owning a Pet Otter | survivethewalkingdead.com

It may seem trendy to own an exotic pet, but owning an otter as a pet is illegal in most localities without a permit. They are considered wildlife and have requirements that are different from those of the average household pet. Reasons Not to Own a Pet Otter If you are considering applying for a […]

Critical Thinking: Do Some Feminists Need Therapy? | survivethewalkingdead.com

If a woman was asked to talk about what she thinks holds women back in life, she may say that it is themselves. What this might then show is that she has an internal locus of control. On the other hand, another woman could be asked the same question, and she could say that it […]

The Giants That Built the Pyramid of Giza | survivethewalkingdead.com

I was recently asked whether the Giants who helped to build the pyramid of Giza has the same DNA as human beings. What is the arrangement of the double helix? From the questions it became clear that the concept of the forces of animism that take on forms is yet to sit well with many […]

What is the Average Reading Speed and the Best Rate of Reading? | survivethewalkingdead.com

The average reading speed of a child in primary school is around 200 words per minute (wpm). By the time we reach adulthood, it hasn’t improved very much, as, on average, most adults read at a rate of about 200 – 250 wpm. While comprehension at this rate is considered reasonable, at 250 wpm it […]