I’ll Be Here When You Are Dust

I know it’s “trapped in your home,” but we have chickens outside that lay eggs every single day, so if I count them Norm and I could survive way beyond what this little test tells us:

 How Long Could You Survive Trapped In Your Own Home?

Created by OnePlusYou

h/t Kevin

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16 thoughts on “I’ll Be Here When You Are Dust

  1. 302 days, bitch. 🙂

    And in answer to why:

    a) We live in an earthquake zone, so we have massive drums of nonperishable food and water, plus gas canisters, plus medical supplies, plus, plus….

    b) Very lusty and fast-reproducing koi in the back pond.

  2. 154 days, so I’m a dead man or something, but whatever.

    Does anyone else find it amusing that this little quizlet about death, destruction and being a shut-in comes from an online dating site?

  3. Nuh uh, NDT. No counting anything not “in” the house. I have water and staples stored in a watertight shed, but it’s outside so I didn’t count it. Nor, as I said, the chickens, etc.

    I can live off eggs forever. We get about 3 dozen a week from those little babies.

    Beyatch.

  4. Does anyone else find it amusing that this little quizlet about death, destruction and being a shut-in comes from an online dating site?

    QJ wins the prize. Frist!

  5. I have water and staples stored in a watertight shed, but it’s outside so I didn’t count it.

    Mine are inside the house. 🙂

    Along with — and I forgot to add this — four ten-pound bags of vanilla and chocolate protein powder.

    So, while Jamie is dying from cholesterol poisoning, I shall be like Thundarr, roving buffly about my post-apocalyptic world. 🙂

  6. lol John in Il (oh, and fix the url in your login!)

    Well, if the world is post-apocalyptic, NDT, I plan on being able to hunt. And don’t think I’m above hatching chicks to raise meat birds. I’ve done it before, and they’re tasty! 8)

    AND while all of you bitches are stranded when the gas runs out, I’ll still have transportation with the horses.

    Just wait until I install the solar panels!! lol

  7. I’m going to your house if society collapses (I can smoke, right?).

    and what’s wrong with my earl? It took me to me.

  8. Along with — and I forgot to add this — four ten-pound bags of vanilla and chocolate protein powder.

    Jesus God, you could be gayer, but you’d have to actually be in the middle of fellating a Eastern European twink.

    And good lord, John, what are you, some sort of hobo? Put down some damn roots, man; buy some pasta and a first aid kit.

  9. John:

    Is there a box you can check so that the login remembers you? Quite often your url just shows up as

    http:///

    which, frankly, does nothing for me.

    And not ONE comment from anyone on the latest post. Pfft. I SO do not know what an audience wants to read.

  10. Jamie, our home got the answer of 306 days. We got what they thought we needed -and a whole lot more.

    We could survive longer because we’re both hunters, excellent marksmen, trained survivalists and we could sneak out at night and hunt, shoot and eat the PETA types running around our city. We got a lot in Ann Arbor; too many.

    306 days.

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