We finally have confirmation that the world is in fact ending but some people don’t realize the YouTube message is a joke.
Julia Gillard, the Prime Minister of Australia, addressed the Mayan’s predication that the world is basically screwed and bad stuff will take place this month. “Whether the final blow comes from flesh-eating zombies, demonic hill beasts or from the total triumph of K-POP, if you know one thing about me it is this; I will always fight for you to the very end,” she said. “And at least this meansI won’t have to do Q&A again. Good luck to you all.”
Gillard is one classy broad and definitely wins the troll of the day award. Unfortunately, some people didn’t initally realize it was a joke:
#duhdoy. In the end the whole parody is an ad for the “End of the World Show” by triplejtv‘s Tom and Alex. You can watch it on Dec. 7 until the end of the world. They’ll be broadcasting their last live show from an ABC bunker, built to withstand the apocalypse.
Watch it here
Well folks, it looks like we’ve only got two years to live.With that in mind, are you sure you want to spend the last bit of your precious time watching your terrifying fate on the big screen? If your answer to that question is an enthusiastic and energetic YES, then 2012 is just the movie for you.
Directed by Roland Emmerich, 2012 is about the human race’s greatest fear: the end of the world. According to the Mayan calendar, the world is set to undergo a series of large-scale natural disasters on Dec. 12, 2012, that humans will not be able to survive. The film takes us on the two journeys. The first is with an intelligent but unpopular writer, played by John Cusack. He’s divorced, and has two kids who prefer their mom (Amanda Peet)’s new boyfriend to their real father. Pretty typical, right? Still, if anyone can wiggle back into a child’s heart, it’s Cusack.The second journey follows a geologist (Chiwetel Ejiofor) who works for the White House. He helps the government prepare by giving estimated times for each disaster to hit.