With only about two months until we’re supposed to leave the EU, nobody has any idea what’s going to happen with Brexit and people are starting to get worried about it. And you know when people are worried about things, the sharks start circling trying to exploit everyone.
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This time it’s the turn of some guy called James Blake (not the musician) who owns a company called Emergency Food Storage UK and is now peddling a Brexit Box that costs £300. He’s revealed that he’s already sold 600 of them – at least someone is making a profit off Brexit – and this is what he had to say about them:
We tried to put a box together that gives people the basics they would need, it’s got 60 portions of main meals plus 48 portions of meat, a water filter and a fire starter in case they need to heat the water.
The fear has been around ever since the vote happened because nobody knows what is really going to happen.
Having something like this in place actually helps calm somebody’s fears a little bit because they know they have done something to prepare for what may come.
It’s just being that little bit more prepared and having that little bit more wiggle room.
I mean I’m not really sure that it’s really giving anyone any more ‘wiggle room’ is it? I mean I guess it might keep you fed for two months sure, but if there really is the equivalent of the apocalypse because of Brexit with no water or electricity in houses then I think it’s probably going to take a hell of a lot longer to sort out than the duration of your little survival box.
It’s true that you might have a bit of a head start on the rest of the nation though. After all, nobody knows what’s going to happen so I suppose if you’ve got a spare £300 you might as well invest. Chances are it’ll probably at least be worth more than in a few months when prices skyrocket as well. Just saying.
For more of the same, check out our guide to surviving a nuclear apocalypse. Pretty similar to the Brexit Box situation I guess.