How to be Prepared for a Sudden Zombie Invasion

How to be Prepared for a Sudden Zombie Invasion

You never know when the zombie apocalypse will begin. Maybe it won’t be during our lifetime, but it could be in a few years, or it might be tomorrow.  Because we have no way of knowing when the zombies will attack, it’s important to be ready at all times. Here are a few tips on how to be prepared for a zombie invasion at a moment’s notice. How to be Prepared for a Sudden Zombie Invasion:

Tip One: Always carry something with you that can be used as a weapon. Whether it’s a nail file or a pocket knife, you need to be able to put down a zombie any time. You could be caught at work when the zombies strike, or you might be on the bus, or even walking to work, and you don’t want to be without a weapon when that happens.

Tip Two: Don’t get annoyed when you have to hang out with a person you don’t like, because you’ll have someone to sacrifice to the zombies. If the zombies attack when you’re out with your buddies, you’ll know exactly who to “accidentally trip” when the zombies come after your group. I know it sounds harsh, but the zombie apocalypse isn’t going to be pretty, so you might as well use the opportunity to dispose of that annoying friend that you’ve never gotten along with.

Tip Three: Make sure you always have an extra bottle of water and a granola bar with you. When the zombies first attack, you may have to hide out for a few days. Whether you’re stuck in your car, or you’re hunkered down at work, it’s important to have food and water with you. We won’t all be lucky enough to be safely in our fallout shelters when the zombies attack.

Tip Four: Always be alert. Even when you’re taking out the trash or walking your dog, you need to be on guard. You don’t want to be the first person who gets attacked just because you don’t see it coming. Be aware of your surroundings at all times.

Tip Five: Avoid people who walk at strange angles, and stay away from people who shuffle. Sure, they may just be drunk, but there’s a small chance they’re infected with the zombie virus. It’s better to be safe than sorry. If you see someone walking strangely, it’s better to just cross the street and stay out of their way.

Don’t let the idea of a zombie attack cause you to live in constant fear. It’s important to be ready for a zombie invasion at all times. In the end, it will be the people who aren’t ready for the zombies who will be sorry.

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