out his arms with his hands opened to signal that he has no idea. This would be the answer that would have to do. It had to, both for ease of communication and for his acceptance into the group. Sarah answers: Well, it doesn’t really matter either way. All I know is that you saved me from those freaks and for that I’m extremely grateful.
He holds up a thumb to say no problem and begins wrapping his scarf back around his lower face. But she interrupts: You don’t have to hide it.
He signals back with a tilt of his head and squint of his eyes that he prefers it this way. He’d rather not get mixed up with any of the zombies also. Half of them are running around half naked and it’s better to avoid looking like them. It would be a