The Best Survival Tips You’ll Ever Need to Know: Part 7

Oh, there you are. Haven’t seen you around these parts for a while, but it’s a good thing you’re back. I have just discovered some ground breaking news. I have been told that in the very close future there will be a near world ending apocalypse. There will be tornados, tsunamis, hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires, and blizzards. Luckily I know this just in time for all of you to get as many survival tips for each disaster depending on where you live. Who did I hear this from? That’s confidential information that can’t be released. You think I’m lying about this? Sorry to burst your bubble but I’m not! So if you want to survive, you better start listening up and not accusing me of lying. Do you have that straight? Good, that’s what I thought. Alright, now let’s just forget all of that ever happened and get to the point.


The first tip I’ll be talking about will be dealing with tornados. Now, tornados are no thing to mess around with, believe me, I’ve been in one before. They can be nice to look at and all, but you get close to one and just like that you’ll be swept away like a kite. To begin with, you will always want inner tube with you. It doesn’t matter wherever you’re at, always have it on. If you have a very unstable house or if the tornado is just too strong, you have to make sure you have the tube on you. What’ll happen most likely is that the tornado will take you with it. Now, here comes the fun yet serious part. The inner tube will help you stay in place once you’re up in the air. Usual you would be shook and spun all over the place, and that would mean that you’d end up hitting your head on something. That could lead to being unconscious or dead, but let’s not think about that. After you are up in the air, you will want to stir yourself from objects that are up in the tornado with you. That’s all you’ll need to worry about really. After being up there for a while, you’ll never want to come down.


My next tip is about the monster itself, tsunamis. These are probably one of the top scariest natural disasters, but don’t worry, you’re in good hands. One thing I know you’ll want to make sure you have is a surfboard. You’re probably already ahead of me, aren’t you? I know they say you’re supposed to be on high grounds, but what’s the use in that when all you do is watch all of the disaster happen. I have found it to be better to the body and mind if you have fun when a natural disaster happens. You will be ten times better after it all goes away than someone watching it. Alright, when the first wave arrives, that’s when you’ll want to be out there, so be out there about 20 minutes before hand. Depending on the tsunami, the waves may not be as big, but if the world is supposed to be coming to an end, they’ll most likely be big. So once you’re out there, just ride the waves. Simple as that!


The last natural disaster tip I will be talking about today deal with hurricanes. These suckers can be pretty bad as well, and mother nature has proven this to us. For these, I would recommend having a flashlight, bag of chips, life jacket, and some kind of raft or kayak. First of all you’ll always want to have a flashlight because of the obvious. Oh, and don’t get a battery powered one, get one that uses a crank. You’ll most likely not have extra batteries on hand, so a crank is always good. Second, you’ll want some of your favorite chips with you. Everyone loves chips, so a comfort food will definitely calm you down in a flash. Next off, a life jacket will come in handy if you’re not in a safe area. Sometimes the water can rise pretty high, so it’s better to be safe than sorry. And last of all, a raft. Now I know you probably won’t want to carry this with you when you’re running away from a hurricane, but if you can’t find a safe place or you have been left behind (fingers crossed). This will be very handy for getting around everywhere. Hopefully you weren’t left behind, but if you are, you’ll want to use this to get to someplace safe. And make sure it’s a bright color, it always gets people’s attention.
That’s all for now, everyone. Look forward to next time when I will be talking about tips in case of an earthquake, wildfire, and blizzard. Until then, stay safe!


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