1. Laidig's Broadway

    I’ve had several dreams about whether or not my house or another flat were zombie proof. And, if I was at this flat, would I be able to get to the pub my partner works at and get him back to said flat without being zombied. Or, if it was just me, would I be able to make the half hour bus ride to my house on foot safely, and within a day, to see if anyone was home and if my animals were ok. And whether or not I’d be able to convince my dog to stay still long enough so I could carry her into the attic. Probability says no, but I’d struggle on, and she’d eventually forgive me.

    A nuclear strategy is kind of pointless, other than ripping up the floorboards and hiding under the house because of a lack of basement. Flooding on the other hand, I’d be sorted. Scotland is hill and mountains galore. Traffic might be a nightmare, but I think most of us would forgo the roads and start driving through the fields until we crashed into a mountain.

      • Laidig's Broadway

        The survival ones? Whatever takes your fancy, although I can’t imagine why, they’re complete nonsensical bollocks most of the time. Unless you were planning on creating a story with a character that thinks things through (in which case you wouldn’t really have a story, because it’d narrow down the scope for things going wrong, so it’d be more of a survival guide).

        • Oh you know….a little column A, a little column B.

          Really it’s just that dreams really interest me. No idea why, but hearing about other people’s dreams is just fascinating to me.

  2. I kinda figure, it’s going to happen when it happens, and I’m not going to worry too much about it. I just focus on living life to the fullest, and when they give those date, I kinda ignore them.

    • I have a friend who is kind of a fanatic about understanding the mentality of preppers. He doesn’t do the prepping himself, but he’s morbidly amused by their fear. That’s kind of where I find myself when it comes to end of the world thinking now.

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