1. Go skydiving: It’s a well-known fact that the safest place to be during an earthquake is in the air. This is why you should always go skydiving as soon as the earthquake starts.
2. Do not use an earthquake as a time to Google “Is Earthquake good or is Earthquake bad”: Here’s the answer: Earthquake is bad. You do not need to waste valuable time looking this up again.
3. Avoid large, unsecured objects like Rickety Ronald and Wobbly William: Rickety Ronald and Wobbly William are two of the wonkiest, shakiest fellas around. In the event of an earthquake, steer clear of these precariously teetering goons.