With the impending release of The John Krasinsky and Emily Blunt film A QUIET PLACE, where silence is the key to survival, here are 6 tips you could follow to make sure that you too know how to keep it down when such a need may arise where. Primumesse.lt - darbuotoj? paieška, lyderyst? ir mokymai vadovams
6. Silently moving around ‘A Quiet Place’: Things here can escalate quickly and take a wrong turn. One wrong step can cost you your life in this one. So, walk silently with care and survive the thing that’s on the hunt for the people at what’s it called ‘A Quiet Place’. Play the game and see how long can you watch your moves and survive
http://www.aquietplacemovie.com/intl/in/ Now that you’ve taken the test, drop by at your nearest cinemas to survive the reality of ‘A Quiet Place’ in Cinemas on 6th April.
5. During a baby’s nap timeOne wrong move on this one and your little monster will rise from their peaceful nap to bring the whole house down. Use the key of silence to keep the doors of loud cries locked.
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4. Before your early morning coffee:Don’t snap. Don’t blurt out. Keep calm. Stay silent. The coffee is on its way.
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3. Being silent in a fit of angst: In times when you are fighting the urge to rip the head off that pesky client or an irritating friend, be silent. Reply with an ‘I stabbed you thrice’ smile and survive that meet successfully.
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2. Avoiding the teacher’s hunt for volunteers: Don’t you just fear the question ‘Who wants to volunteer for this presentation?’ The next few moments of silence can prove to be golden here. You can save yourself from the possibility of stress, which would come haunting the moment you are on the stage if you do get picked!
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1. Sneaking in after a long night: Walking in at the early hours after a late night party? Sshh! Tiptoe your way, avoid all things that can possibly fall over, and slowly slide into your bed. Lo and behold! Here’s your quick guide to survival from the walk of shame.
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