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Awaiting The Apocalypse

Is it just me, but wouldn’t a completely catastrophic, world-changing apocalyptic event be kind of cool and exciting? Life would return to the sort of life we evolved initially to live in. Money wouldn’t matter anymore, material possessions? Pfft, they’d be nonsensical.

We’d all have to learn to kill animals for food, after all the supermarkets had been totally ransacked. We’d have to cluster together in groups, and actually work together, for a change. We’d gather round campfires, telling stories and sharpening our wooden sticks!

Best of all though, you could finally have real conversations with other people without them periodically looking down mid-conversation to check their STUPID, FUCKING PHONE!

What do you think? Living that kind of ‘Walking Dead’ lifestyle (minus the dangerous zombies) would be pretty cool wouldn’t it?

Cheers.

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9 thoughts on “Awaiting The Apocalypse

  1. freezing in winter, dying of a flu, trying to fetch clean water…yeah. Sure. Would be awesome.

    Posted by Madam_W | March 20, 2015, 8:49 pm
  2. I’ve actually thought a lot about the apocalypse. What would I do? I guess it depends on what kind of event it would be. Go to the mountains for sure. Pack up the dogs and the turtle and the kids with as much bottled water and dried foods as we could carry. Went through 3 hurricanes in Florida back in 2004, that was kind of apocalyptic, no air conditioning or electricity, the grocery stores were wiped clean. It was definitely an interesting time.

    Posted by sparkyplants | March 21, 2015, 1:47 am
    • That would have been an interesting time for sure.
      Methinks that those ‘crazy’ doomsday preppers who have years worth of food and water would be the people who actually survive an apocalyptic event. The rest of us less prepared would just starve probably! haha 😉

      Posted by sarcasticgoat | March 21, 2015, 5:50 am
  3. Two things will happen, either we do cluster in groups and work together or we also cluster in groups get in each others nerves and end up eating each other

    Posted by charlypriest | March 21, 2015, 8:30 am

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