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7 Things The Walking Dead Has Taught Me About Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse

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Yes folks, it’s happened. One day you wake up and discover that one of your worst nightmares has officially come true, the dead is walking the earth. Now there’s a few ways to go about it, but I’ve compiled a list of what AMC’s The Walking Dead has taught us about surviving. Because, clearly, life or death decisions should always be based on popular television shows!

1. “Don’t have sex. Because you will get pregnant. And die.”

Too soon? But in all seriousness, if we learned anything from Lori it was that unplanned pregnancies during the zombie apocalypse is probably not such a good idea. Even though we’re already attached to little ass kicker, there’s a time a place for everything.

7 Things The Walking Dead Has Taught Me About Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse

2. Don’t be a jerk.

Yes, I’m looking at you Merle. Now we all have a love/hate relationship with Merle, but he got extremely lucky getting rescued on that roof, and realistically he should’ve croaked. I’ll admit, he looks pretty cool kicking ass with a stump of a hand, but it could have all been avoided if he just minded his manners.

7 Things The Walking Dead Has Taught Me About Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse

3. Kill all the walkers, even the ones you used to know

Or if you can’t, at least have someone else do it. It’s like keeping around a rotting sandwich. Just because you loved it when it was fresh, it doesn’t mean that you should keep it around. It may seem a little crude, but there is no time for hesitation when you’re fighting for your life.

7 Things The Walking Dead Has Taught Me About Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse

4. Disregard number three if you’re Michonne.

That being said, if you’re clever enough to turn your walkers into pets, you’re doing it right. If they’re sans arms and jaws, you not only have walker repellant, but a few companions! However, you have to be willing to butcher them, and if you’re not able to put a bullet or knife through their head, this may be a little too extreme for you. Again, you can’t hesitate!

7 Things The Walking Dead Has Taught Me About Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse

5. Silent weapons for walkers, guns for humans.

If there’s more walkers than humans left, it makes more sense to save your ammo for your armed living enemies. Remember, walkers are fairly stupid and humans are fairly less stupid. In a situation where walkers outnumber humans, you’re going to need a weapon with infinite ammo that reloads itself, such as a knife, sword, spear, etc. How many times did someone kick the bucket for running out of ammo?

7 Things The Walking Dead Has Taught Me About Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse

6. Be Daryl Dixon.

Or at least team up with someone like him. He’s skilled at using just about every weapon; crossbow, knives, rocks, axes, guns, etc. He got lost in a forest when he was a kid, so he knows how to take advantage of his surroundings to survive outdoors. He genuinely cares about his group, everyone remember how he almost died while looking for Sophia? And overall, he’s just a cool character.

7 Things The Walking Dead Has Taught Me About Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse

7. Stick together.

Not only should it, hopefully, prevent you from going insane due to extreme isolation (cough cough Morgan,) but you also have people watching your back. If you do start going crazy, Rick, at least you have some people around to make sure you don’t do something dangerous. And if desperate times call for desperate measures, you can use one of your people as walker bait, a la Shane. However, that’s a total dick move and you have to be prepared for feeling extremely guilty for the remainder of your days. And don’t be an Andrea and choose the “D” over your friend who rescued you while you were on the verge of death, that’s like basic girl code.

7 Things The Walking Dead Has Taught Me About Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse

When it comes down to it, everyone will die in a zombie apocalypse. But if you’re determined to prolong your life for as long as possible, equal parts common sense and badass-ness is the way to do it.

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      1. Eva Mitchell March 11, 2013 at 7:06 am

        I am now zombie apocalypse survival ready, thanks BrideOfChucky

      2. K Hutch (@72nivek) April 15, 2013 at 2:19 am

        I dont know why they havent found an Army armoured vehicle. Driving around in a 4×4 is ok but an armoured car or riot police vehicle would be handy.

      3. Mike New November 18, 2013 at 7:05 am

        I would save my feces and throw them on the zombies. When I smell poo, I would know a zombie was in sight.

      4. Mike New November 18, 2013 at 7:05 am

        Think about it it might work

      5. Xinyao Tan November 20, 2013 at 4:08 am

        how bout the rule where you dont need to aim, because everyone gets headshots :)

      6. Elizabeth Kristine-Anne Ventura November 20, 2013 at 4:22 am

        Always carry a silencer, a really sharp knife and a crossbow

      7. Bizz Markie November 20, 2013 at 4:31 am

        Watch Dawn of the Dead (1978) 764 times and pay attention. You’ll be ok as long as you don’t have a Flyboy.

      8. Luca Modica November 20, 2013 at 7:08 am

        I have oen rule. Its the emergency rule.Its in the back room and it says, “In case of an emergency break glass”. Its Daryl Dixon with a crossbow primed and ready to go.

      9. Lionel Turner November 20, 2013 at 11:36 pm

        Yes, it taught me to have video game unlimited ammo. Lol!

      10. ereerte November 23, 2013 at 2:01 am

        how did you learn it