I can see without my glasses, I can go with about 6 hours of sleep, I’ll eat anything as LONG AS YOU’RE POSITIVE IT WON’T KILL ME, i can’t swim very well either, i’m fine at multi-tasking, my sense of direction is TEEEERRRRIIIIBLE, and psh yeah, I’m ALWAYS right (kidding…), i’m not really either (i’m not fat or chubby or anything…i’m actually skinny. just not in shape), i can sneak up on people, i just can’t whisper very well, and i’m AWFUL at waiting.
In other words, we’d both die!
My mom was really into that show Revolution when it first aired.
For those who don’t know, it’s a post-apocalyptic television show that focuses on a town living life fifteen years after a global blackout. All the sci-fi mumbo jumbo and dramatic elements are present. Alliances are formed. Enemies are made. Friendships are tested. But above all, survival is essential.
The show premiered at a very convenient time in 2012. I was living in Connecticut, and we had just survived a nine-day electricity blackout thanks to that biatch, Hurricane Sandy.
Having endured more than a week without power, I pretty much adopted a Katniss Everdeen alter ego. I fully believed I could engage and win in a survival of the fittest game if it ever came to it. Going over a week without a shower and blindly navigating my way from the kitchen to my bedroom after my midnight…
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