Coupons to Help You Survive the Apocalypse, AKA December 21, 2012!

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So according to the Mayan calendar, it is not just the Winter Solstice tomorrow, but rather the Apocalypse, or the end of the world! Clearly we don’t subscribe to the all the hype and foolishness, but none the less we thought we would have some fun with this and share a bunch of new coupons that you will want to print now that just might help you be prepared in case you are one of the lucky ones who survives tomorrow. :)

Fighting Zombies all day can be a real headache:
You’re gonna want something to do on those long cold nights:
Don’t forget the kiddos, after all they are the hope for our future existence:
Snacks. Snacks. And More Snacks. Fighting Zombies is hard work!
Your husband or boyfriend still needs to smell good right?
Who know what sorts of Apocalyptic stains you will need  to get out of clothes or off your hands:
Keep whatever awful smells are flying around out there out of your house (or what’s left of it that is):
Fido and Fluffy can defend the homestead while you’re scavenging for food:
Leaves and berries can be bland, sweeten them:

If you take to the seas to escape the Zombie herd, you’ll need this:

Doesn’t this stuff last forever?
Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate:
Where else are you going to store the food you scavenge?!
You do have one of those camp coffee makers right?
And last but not least, you gotta look and smell good in the new world!

So does the Mayan Calendar really even end tomorrow? It sure doesn’t according to NASA:

Just as the calendar you have on your kitchen wall does not cease to exist after December 31, the Mayan calendar does not cease to exist on December 21, 2012. This date is the end of the Mayan long-count period but then — just as your calendar begins again on January 1 — another long-count period begins for the Mayan calendar.

I think I’m sticking with NASA on this one. 😉


  1. Mayan Lover says

    “So according to the Mayan calendar, it is not just the Winter Solstice tomorrow, but rather the Apocalypse, or the end of the world!”

    The Mayans never said it was the end of the world. Their calendar just “ended” on that day – as it has multiple times. When it ends, it just starts again. They were extremely briliant and civilized people.

  2. Hazel says

    What an awesome and fun post, hahahaha – thank you!

    One of the saddest things will be that movie Zombie whatever where Woody Harrelson was looking for the last Twinkie, well isn’t sad that is a reality!

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