Posts Tagged ‘daily survival’

How to Survive If You Have No One to Kiss on New Year’s Eve

Kiss a pet. Dogs are generally agreeable and have clean mouths. Cats are usually well groomed but are more passive and tend to get rather than give. Keep your mouth closed. Kiss yourself. Find a mirror, pucker up, lean close, and kiss. Keep your lips slightly parted. Do not attempt to use your tongue. Wipe […]

How to Deliver a Baby

Time the uterine contractions.For first-time mothers, when contractions are about 3 to 5 minutes apart and last 40 to 90 seconds–and increase in strength and frequency–for at least an hour, the labor is most likely real and not false. Have clean, dry towels, a clean shirt, or something similar on hand. As the baby moves […]

Today’s Hero

On this day in 1955, Rosa Parks refused to surrender her bus seat to a white passenger while in Montgomery, Alabama. Her brave action helped launch the civil rights movement in the United States. Parks was fined and arrested, leading to the formation of the Montgomery Improvement Association under the direction of Dr. Martin Luther […]

How to Fly Safely

How to Decrease the Risk of Injury in an Airplane Crash ________________________________________________________ Take a nonstop flight, if possible.Most accidents happen in the takeoff and landing phases of flight; the fewer stops you make, the less chance of an accident. Wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants made of natural fibers.Avoid synthetic materials: Most will melt at […]

How to Avoid a Vampire Attack

Garlic, garlic, garlic.Wear garlic and display it in the doorway. Stay outside during daylight hours.Sunlight will severely burn vampires (or make them sparkle like My Little Ponies) Wear a cross.Press the cross into the vampire’s flesh to cause burning and scarring and drive the vampire away. Do not make eye contact. Carry a vial of […]

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