Zombie survival…How to survive the apocalypse with hundreds of flesh-eaters after your soul…
Sounds at least a little scary, right? I mean it’s hard enough to imagine what the world may be like when we suffer through 3 days of darkness followed by immense upheaval and social and geographical turmoil. How are you going to prepare yourself against the undead zombie hordes…and your neighbors?
Like Rodney Dangerfield said, “Always look out for number 1…just make sure you don’t step in number 2″.
Words to live by.
Not to fear, that’s why I’m here…To help you feel good, with dreams of bunnies and puppies…and then realize that without food or water for a few days, those bunnies and puppies might seem kinda tasty…hmmm.
Okay, so maybe you won’t have to eat your kids pets after all. Prepare. Buy enough food to survive on if the SHTF and save yourself from having to boil Fluffy in front of little Jimmy. Do us all a favor. Prepare. This will allow you to stay hidden and safe instead of having to roam all over the city in search of food, of course while dodging the brain-sucking zombies.
Food and water aren’t all you are going to need for zombie survival…
How are you going to protect yourself from Ralph from up the block when he comes meandering around (as zombies do) looking for something to eat? Are you going to have your spouse nag him to death? That might work, but you really need to have a weapon.
A gun would be preferable, but if you are against guns because they kill people, just remember, it’s you…or the zombie. So get a gun…learn how to use it…Don’t shoot yourself in the leg and bleed to death whilst trying to save the family from a zombie attack…take a gun safety class. but, maybe you fancy yourself a knife-fighter? Maybe you’ve played the zombie levels in Black-ops so many times that you know that the pack-a-punch will do the trick, but want to conserve ammo and would rather knife them all and get more points…
This is real life, son…Okay, maybe the zombies won’t be real, or maybe they will, but learn how to use a real knife, just in case.