Camping Hacks Part 2. Part 1 www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/4694484/Camping+Hacks+Part+1.. wtf this isnt camping, this is visiting the forest. come on! wheres the adventure, the sound of nature and the wet fart stains in your underwear...it just wont
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User avatar #16 - beezox (07/21/2013) [-]
wtf this isnt camping, this is visiting the forest. come on! wheres the adventure, the sound of nature and the wet fart stains in your underwear...it just wont go away
User avatar #11 - eating ONLINE (07/21/2013) [-]
whats the point of camping if you bring all that **** with you, when i go camp i go because i want to escape civilization not bring it with me. if im gonna be dirty for next 3 days, im gonna be dirty. IMO only thing you need when you go camp are pots, lighter, food (if you're not planning on hunting) and clean water for drinking.
#13 - radas (07/21/2013) [-]
These will surely be useful whenever I go camping   
Who am I kidding I never go outside
These will surely be useful whenever I go camping
Who am I kidding I never go outside
#1 - disturbedmaster (07/21/2013) [+] (1 reply)
#26 makes me rethink eating doritos
User avatar #14 - cykocd (07/21/2013) [-]
Go outside and light doritos on fire like a ******* psychopath? im staying here in my house.
#18 - jinkazama (07/21/2013) [-]
But what if i can find doritos? Will they still work?
#17 - wamegor (07/21/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Kindling...
#10 - capnwetnipples (07/21/2013) [-]
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tips also useful in a zombie apocalypse
User avatar #23 - kingchase (07/21/2013) [-]
These would be good if you were a mother.
My friends and I have annual camp-outs. We each take 2 knives of our choosing. One of us brings a machete, one of us brings a hatchet/axe, and one of us brings 10 ft of rope and flint. We stay away from civilization for 3 days. We make our own fire and shelter and make traps and scavenge for berries for food. We usually wear pretty heavy clothes for summer, but its to protect against poison ivy, thorns, and possibly rain.
Doing it this way is much more rewarding, it keeps us coming back each year, and makes good stories.
#20 - ddylann (07/21/2013) [+] (1 reply)
youre a thumb whore why didnt you just make this one post
User avatar #24 to #20 - vampyrate (07/22/2013) [-]
I tried, the file was too big. I even tried cutting it in half and still the same problem. FJ has a 10MB limit, smart-ass
#19 - anonymous (07/21/2013) [-]
Doritos taste really nice if you cook them a bit
#15 - anonymous (07/21/2013) [-]
should be called camping for women with kids...
#9 - anonymous (07/21/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I don't understand these campfire cones. You grill them then what, you get a marshmellowey mess (which probably tastes good nno doubt) but how the **** are you supposed to eat it when it's in hot aluminum (I guess you could use a spoon but that's still a weird treat (just random stuff in melted marshmallow I mean why not just use fluff) also putting rosemary over the coals is in NO WAY a substitute for marinating meat. You don't get any of the liquid that helps keep your meat juicy and definitely not as much flavor ( I mean your only getting rosemary)
#6 - bavonator (07/21/2013) [+] (2 replies)
couldn't you just hold the candle or am i missing something here
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#4 - anonymous (07/21/2013) [-]
Cheese lasts for a week....

Who are these amateurs.


Cheese has already gone bad, just cut the blue stuff off and carry on eating.
#3 - anonymous (07/21/2013) [-]
As a hardcore camper, I disapprove of most of these because they take up too much space or are too heavy to carry around. 21, 22, and 29 are the only ones that make sense if you're carrying around most of your equipment on-foot or on-canoe, and even those are "no **** " things. Instead of using a leather belt with hooks, for example, you can use a piece of thin rope with carabiners (since you bring a ton for hiking anyways, plus spares). Bringing a small bottle of citronella oil and rubbing your firewood with it also helps with mosquitoes, although they're only an issue during dawn and dusk if you have a windy campsite. Liquid soap is always more space-efficient than solid soap, it's easier to wash clothes in the lake, headlamps are tiny as hell and work well as head-mounted flashlights, making every other light source unnecessary (you brought your box of AA and AAA batteries, right?), campfire cones wouldn't preserve well...

And there's never
NEVER a reason why you'd ever burn Doritos
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