Roll-up Tent
...With pegs. If you grab a tent you want to make sure it's something you can carry with you into the great unknown, or a few blocks down the street from an infested neighborhood full of yuppie zombie-stockbrokers who decided it was probably safe to stay in their luxurious homes with the lights on and their 60 inch plasma TVs blasting for all the rest of the world to see. It's a good thing you're a smarty-pants, because you were quick-witted enough to think about what to do when you have to sleep far and away from the comfort of a cozy bed. In such situations, the only thing that can help you (and provide a minor bit of convenience from the harsh outdoors) is a roll-up tent... with pegs. The reason you'll want a tent with pegs is because you can not only use them to secure your tent, but you can also pop some undead skulls if the time comes.

How many times have you read about, watched or witnessed someone in a zombie apocalypse, trapped in a dark room without any matches? Too often. How about being stuck out in the dark with little or no light whatsoever? How about finding a decent bit of food but having no way to cook it? Matches are about as essential in the zombie apocalypse as clean underwear when going to get a checkup at the doctor's office. You cook food with them, you light up dark areas with them and sometimes... sometimes, you have to put buildings on fire with them. I mean, if you need to make a great escape, there's nothing better than a burning shack in a forest, right? Matches, they're a life-saver in the zombie apocalypse.

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