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It’s The End of The World As We Know It, And I Feel Fine

mayan apocalypse

We are now into the last 24 hours of life on Earth (if you go by the Mayan Apocalypse). Tomorrow after 5,125 years, the Mayan calendar resets to zero.

Some say a planet called Nibiru (or Planet X), will collide with Earth, others say that a comet will hit Earth and wipe us all out.

So the question is, what are you going to be doing to try to escape the end of the world?

Trust The Americans!

Already reports have come in that some American citizens have ran up huge debts, and taken advantage of Buy Now, Pay 2013 offers, adamant that the world will end tomorrow.

Do it Russian Style

If you fancy hiding in a Cold War era bunker then you can join in a 24-hour party, if you are willing to pay $1,000 for a ticket.

Bunker No. 42, now a tourist attraction full of red alarm lights, is located 56 metres underground in central Moscow, near the Kremlin, and can accommodate up to 300 people.

Be Spared in France

Apparently, a village in France could be the only place that will be spared the apocalypse according to an interpretation for the Mayan calendar. I’m sure the villagers of this quiet area will love swarms of press and random people turning up in their back gardens!

Drown Your Sorrows in The UK

Mix a Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: one part Jim Beam, one part Jack Daniel’s, one part Johnnie Walker and one part Jameson’s.

REM – It’s The End of The World Blog

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