14 funny reactions to the Scottish police’s “grab bag” advice
Apparently, it’s Preparedness Month, but nobody was ready for this post from Police Scotland Control Rooms.
September is preparedness month.
Emergencies can happen at any time and it’s recommended to have a #GrabBag ready containing essential items including medication, copies of important documents, food/water, torch, radio and other personal items #30Days30WaysUK #BePrepared pic.twitter.com/7ZtQlVJ7Yr
— Police Scotland Control Rooms (@polscotcontrol) September 8, 2019
Immediately, people began to speculate on why they might need a grab bag and what the Scottish police might have heard that they weren’t sharing.
Do…Police Scotland know something we don't https://t.co/SYWMaZHuBM
— Hilary Mitchell (@Hilary_W) September 8, 2019
In these unsettled times, it’s good to know that the police are always on hand to remind us that we should be in a permanent state of fear and borderline terror about the sword of Damocles hanging over all our heads.
FEEL THE FEAR
FEEL IIIIIIIT https://t.co/GPAdoj7lqA
— Pointless Letters (@pointlesslettrs) September 8, 2019
September is preparedness month? Is it? Says who? Since when? And why? What emergencies? Why are the graphics all faded like the old nuclear warning things from the 80s? https://t.co/DijYGTwnlW
— twitch.tv/Limmy (@DaftLimmy) September 8, 2019
— 🏳️🌈 Max 🏳️🌈 (@SpillerOfTea) September 8, 2019
What exactly is Westminster planning to inflict on us that you aren't telling us😱😱😱
— louise stewart (@louisestewartLs) September 8, 2019
DONT PANIC!!!!!BUT GET A PANIC BAG READY JUST IN CASE YOU NEED NOT TO PANIC !!🤣🤣🤣
— Francis Brennan (@FRANNYBRENNAN1) September 8, 2019
Some people started getting their bags ready.
My disaster-ready #GrabBag: battery packs, water purifiers, wind up radio, knives, massive sign saying I TOLD YOU THIS WOULD HAPPEN.
— Michael Moran (@TheMichaelMoran) September 8, 2019