I like it. I never thought I'd see the PM talking about flesh-eating zombies, but there you go. Shows she's human and has a sense of humour/doesn't take herself too seriously. And she's pretty good at keeping a straight face, too!
I don't find it funny as such, but I can see the humour in it. I like the fact that she can take a light hearted dig at herself. I like the fact that we have a PM that will do this kind of thing instead of thinking they are too good to waste their time.
I think it's funny. Good on her for being a good sport.
I agree. Took a couple of minutes, not like anyone would remotely think she was serious. No big deal, just a bit of fun. Not as if her MO is to be a funny PM, so showing her lighter side every 12 months or so is not a bad thing.
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