Bug Out

Bug Out

Bug Out

As the world gets more complex, it’s becoming harder for humans to keep up. Today, many people are feeling overwhelmed by the rapid changes happening all around them. Now, you can take steps to make your life easier by taking better care of your mental health. Learn more about this important topic with this guide. The Bug Out Guide will show you why for many people, reaching out to someone to help you work through your thoughts might not just be an option, but inevitable.

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^ “The term probably originated in World War II and came into wide use during the Korean War. By the mid-1950s it was also civilian slang.” Fighting Words: From War, Rebellion, and other Combative Capers by Christine Ammer (NTC Publishing Group, Chicago, Ill., 1989, 1999), page 44, quoted in The Phrase Finder, “Re: Bug out”, by ESC on April 23, 2004 (Source: en.wiktionary.org)

Bug-Out Phrasal Verb - Definition, Pictures, Pronunciation and Usage Notes

1(especially of someone's eyes) to be wide open and stick out Their eyes were bugging out of their heads when they saw it. I think it made his eyes bug out more than usual. (North American English, Australian English) to leave a place or situation, especially because it is becoming dangerous.

Some survivalists also recommend keeping a get me home kit in the car and/or at work. This is a kit to enable a person to get back home from work in an emergency where all transport cars and public transport have broken down. It is designed around personal circumstances where, for example, a walk of 25 kilometres might be required from work to home.




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