Don’t worry, the world could still end before 2017 is over!On December 28, 2017 by Kenna
Seems like people are always saying the world is ending. So it probably is true, right?
The most recent date the world was supposed to end was Sept. 23, according to a theory that another planet called “Niburu” was supposed to collide with Earth. The reason this didn’t happen was because that planet does not actually exist. But people are still hopeful for more end-of-world signs of the apocalypse that could be coming up in the near future.
Luckily, there are plenty!
Here are some modern signs of the apocalypse that could show the world is ending as early as by the very, very end of 2017.
Tyler Perry stops making Madea movies
There are an infinite amount of plot lines to be explored, so if Tyler Perry stops making Madea movies, you know the world’s going to end.
Tom Hanks turns out to be a scumbag too
He’s beloved by the American people!
Also George Clooney
One Fine Day will always be a classic!
George Bailey finally does put a lasso on the moon and pull it closer
Sounds cute in retrospect, but if George Bailey pulls the moon closer, we’re all toast.
David Attenborough keeps calling every animal “soon to be replaced by bugs” on Blue Planet
If David Attenborough starts using the phrase “soon to be replaced by bugs” instead of animals, you’ll know the end is near.
Everything sets on fire
Everything setting on fire would be a sure sign that the world is ending.
A different planet collides with Earth because everyone at NASA was streaming Thor: Ragnarok
The new Thor is so good that it has a chance of ending the world if NASA gathers together and watches it at the wrong time.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson speaks through another cartoon weasel in the latest Ice Age film and his one line is, “To the American people, Manhattan will be submerged under water by this film’s DVD release”
If the new Ice Age comes out and Neil DeGrasse Tyson, as a new cartoon weasel, has an ominous monologue that breaks the fourth wall, the world will surely end.
So look out for these signs in the near future to see if the apocalypse is nigh.
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