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How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse
Transcript of How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse
heavily populated areas, as everyone there
will soon join the ranks of the walking dead. Pro Tip: Remember, everytime someone
becomes a zombie, their ranks rise by one
while our ranks decline by one. That vest looks dope, however, DON'T FALL FAR IT.
Those zombies will grab you faster than you can say
"Oh Snap." The best thing to wear is form-fitting, excercise clothes
that have nothing to grasp to. Like that, zombies will have a tough time
grasping onto you, allowing you to escape. Wow cool car, you'd look pretty baller
driving that around a zombie apocalypse. Awww snap, car crash. The best thing to ride is a bicycle, just
a regular old bicycle. Bikes are quick, small, can go off-road, keep you in shape
can be carried for short distances, can be easily hidden, are
agile, etc etc etc. A bike is your best bet for transportation. NOW ON TO THE GUNS Wait what, zombies aren't real,
they only exist in movies and
video games? Oh well... Pro Tip: If you're defending a base against
an overwhelming zombie horde, then you
should dress as awesome as possible so
everyone will know you have experience. Pro Tip: The unhealthy couch potatoes in your
group will be unable to keep up with you on a bike,
but that's ok, when the zombies reach them they'll buy
you time, and will offer no threat once they become a zombie
because they'll be too slow to catch you.