The Most Greatst Survile Kit

I came up with the greatst survile kit and people thought it is imposible to fit 41 things in there.

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Step 1: Materials

What you need is,
6 rubber bands
7 little paper clips
3 big paper clips
two diffrent fishing weights
3 little hooks
one big hook
5 rubber fishing lures
sowing yarn(the little metal one's from a sowing machie)
box of matches
a bobby pin
two little sandwitch bag
red sandwithc twisters
2 needles
dental floss
fishing line
2 hooks with black ends(with one that has a white ruber fishing lure on it)
swiis card lite(sold at target in the fishing section)
and an empty altoids can

Step 2: Step 2

Take the swiis card lite and stick it in the bottom then stack the red sandwithch twisters on top along with the matches.

Step 3: Step 3

take the two sandwithch bags and keep foldinig them until you can't fold any more, Then take a rubber band and tie them toghether and then put them next to the match box along with the string. then take the big hok and slide it under the match box.

Step 4: Step 4

take the scwer and cut it down to size so it fits in the can. Cut nothes at the top and bottom then feed the fishing line though.

Step 5: Step 5

Then take the biggest weight put it next to the yarn. Slide in the 3 big paper clips next to the bags.Take your fishing line put it in the side with the rubber lures. Then finaly put the thin weight at the top corner.

Step 6: Step 6

take the little green paper clips and put the in the empty gaps. then take your dental floss and put it on the match box.

Step 7: Step 7

take black ended hook with the white lure on it and put it in the right side of the can and take your 3 little hooks tie them toghether with a small rubber band and then put them an the right side. take 2 rubber bands and put it around the dental floss.

Step 8: Step 8

take the other 3 rubber bands and wrap them around the can as shown. You know have the most ultimate servile kit!!

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    16 Discussions


    10 years ago on Introduction

    I wouldn't mind if he spelled survival wrong, however he spells it wrong, in multiple ways. 'survile' in the title and 'servile' in the last step.

    survivor dudeCamisado

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I bet you don't know non of the real use for any of the things in the can. Most of it is for making a camp or fishing.

    Camisadosurvivor dude

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I know the use of those items. What I am saying is that you don't necessarily need ALL of the items there.


    11 years ago on Introduction

    For the love of my sanity, back off and zoom in or use macro mode when taking photos. If your camera doesn't have zoom or macro, just take them from a bit further away. A spell check would be nice as well. That said, this is one of the better equipped altoids survival kits I've seen, with a bit of editing it would make a decent 'Ible.


    11 years ago on Introduction

    You guys have got a nerve, commenting on Survivor Dude's spelling. Why not take a look at your own spelling, grammar, punctuation and capitalization first. What's 'cepting when it's at home!?


    11 years ago on Introduction

    can you fit a dictionary in there too :), jk but in all seriousness, I used to like the old rambo knives with the hollow handles with stuff like this in it, 'cepting it was a knife, the most greatst survile tool of all. Maybe you could fit a small pocket knife in there somewhere, after all, how you gonna clean the fish once you catch it?

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    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    This. Not a bad kit, regardless of the spelling and grammar errors, though. Good job.