This one is called situation sunday. You're given several situations and you tell how you'd respond.
You are all alone on a deserted road, far from home. Say 20 miles from home- you see a zombie. What do you do?
So, from all the scary movies I've seen I know that I have to blow their heads off in order to kill them. So I would whip out my gun (assuming I had one) and shoot them in the head. Alternatively I would find a large pointy stick so that I could use that like a stake to kill the zombie. (Gosh I didn't know I had this violent side - but they are zombies right?)
You are out shopping in a mall. You have purchased numerous items through-out the whole day. You have bags of purchases. In one store you are accused of stealing merchandise. Hunt as you may you can not locate a sales receipt for the purchase.....you are about to be arrested. What do you do.
First, I would never have lost the receipt. My purse ends up having receipts for a whole month. But assuming I couldn't find it, I would rationally explain the situation. Then I would have them look at the tags of what I bought to compare it to their store tags, and finally if all else fails, I would try to contact the store I bought the item in to see if they could provide a sales slip, or if they remember whether I made the purchase or not. If non of that worked, I would probably end up crying (not that it would help the situation much but it would make me feel better).
You are swimming out in the ocean. You are about a mile from the shore. All those in your group are on the beach playing volley ball. You notice dorsal fins between you and the beach. No life guard is present. Scream and you might call attention by the wrong thing.....What do you do.
You probably wouldn't find me swimming a mile out in the ocean (I don't swim all that well), so I'm not worried about this particular scenario but ... I learned from Jaws (the part where the kid freaked out and froze in the water) that you don't move - you don't splash or thrash about. So I would just float quietly until the danger passed. After I could no longer see the dorsal fin, I'd be out of there in a hurry
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