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Elise Moreau

The End of the World: 'Hokay, So, Here's the Earth...'

By December 21, 2012

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If you're currently reading this, congratulations! You're still alive and the world didn't come to an end.

Despite the grim 'end of times' doomsday prediction for December 21, 2012 indicated by the ancient Mayans, most of us have to come to realize that it's probably not true and life will probably continue as normal past the 21st. Thank goodness.

The very early Internet famous "End of the World" video was animated and released back in 2003 -- almost a whole decade ago. I remember watching it for the first time back in my first year of university when YouTube was barely even a twinkle in the Internet's eye.

Although the video doesn't make any reference to today's date or the Mayan calendar, it's still represents a hilarious parody of what the future of humanity might one day face. The language is a bit NSFW, but if you missed out on it when it first became popular in the earliest days of social media, I recommend checking it out. It's the perfect video to watch given today's date.

Click here to watch it on YouTube.

Photo: Screenshot of YouTube.com

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December 21, 2012 at 9:07 am
(1) Martin Smith says:

there are some really hilariously funny things about this maya apocalypse. This site:


sells “Survivor” T-Shirts for all Doomsday survivors :-)

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