I like to see what the rest of the world thinks of NatGeo’s wildly successful series, “Doomsday Preppers,” so I went on Twitter to read their feedback. Here is just a sampling:
Watching Doomsday Preppers – “When the shit hits the fan… Make sure your not standing in front of the fan.”
watching this show doomsday preppers got me wanting to order some long term food supply kits. in this day in age u can never b too prepared
So I think that we should all get the addresses of the doomsday preppers and when the world doesn’t end, we ransack their houses.
Anyone looking to join my
#doomsdaypreppers squad? I already have a Brita and 4 aluminum baseball bats.
If part of your post-apocalypse plan involves eating worms…for real, what are you actually trying to survive for?
#DoomsdayPreppers “About 3 earth worms equal enough protein for a whole day” ehh.. you got any steak?
#DoomsdayPreppers … these people are psychos… #doomsdaypreppers just bought my first gas mask…
Clearly the wives on
#doomsdaypreppers know there getting paid cuz no way they would marry scrams like that
I wish my family were doomsday preppers.
These people on doomsday preppers are
#crazy what causes people to think like that???
Doomsday Preppers probably cant wait until 12/21/12 just to prove everyone they were right.
Doomsday Preppers, I know where you live & I’m coming to eat your bacon.
I wish I had as much money as these doomsday preppers…
Doomsday Preppers… these people dont understand they are more of a Target if I get hungry. Dont go on tv flossin all that canned food haha
doomsday preppers is the most depressing show on tv – more than hoarders –
Some people are studying for finals some people are watching doomsday preppers on nat geo. Now which is more practical. All I’m sayin.
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