It's all about survival!
People are brilliant in a lot of ways. Some of us are book smart or creatively smart and some of us are geniuses when it comes to the survival of life in general. When you say 'street smarts' its not about living in the streets, its about living life day to day and having to wheel and deal with people in all sorts of ways, from all walks of life. You have to be wise to detail, and the intentions of a stranger can buy you decades.
Redditor u/kaylenequelinda wanted everyone to share their most useful tactics on survival by asking.... What's your most useful "street-smart" piece of advice?
Lions and tigers and bears... OH HELL NO!!!
Hunting as a sport is a dangerous activity for so many reasons. Who knows what sly creatures await their human prey in the darkness of the wild. Sure you may have years of experience and be an expert marksman, doesn't mean you're not going to come across some creepy experiences amid the hunt. Camouflage isn't the most flattering of styles as it is.
Redditor u/CB-Nomad wanted some hunters out there to fess up to a few things asking.... Hunters of Reddit, what did you see out there that made you not want to go back into the woods?