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One unfortunate thing about being a prepper is all the negative stereotypes. Thanks to Hollywood and reality shows like Doomsday Preppers, the average joe thinks of preppers as paranoid kooks who spend most of their time hiding in bunkers.
It’s a shame because everyone–and I mean everyone–ought to do at least a little prepping. How many people have found themselves hungry and helpless after a disaster? And I guarantee some of them were people who thought prepping was only for nutjobs.
If you’re a prepper and you’ve shared your plans with non-preppers, you’ve probably seen a few raised eyebrows and heard a few stupid questions like, “What, do you think there’s gonna be a zombie apocalypse?” VP Prepping & Survival made a couple videos where he responds to comments like this. Check them out below: