Well, apparently, the answer is yes!
Take a deep breath, in most parts of the globe the deadline for the “end of the world” has passed and the impending apocalypse didn’t come to fruition.
The world was supposed to come to an end after being besieged by raining fire or killer earthquakes at 11.11am on 21.12.12 , according to the Mayan calendar.
For centuries, the ending of the Mayan calendar has been taken as a sign of an impending Armageddon.
Australia was one of the first countries to survive the ”end of the world”, with the Tourism Australia’s Facebook posting a message to assure that all was well Down Under.
“Yes, we’re alive,’ the organisation responded to worried users.
On the social network Imgur, photos were posted of clocks turning midnight in the Asia-Pacific region with messages such as: “The world has not ended. Sincerely, New Zealand.”
So in a special ”we survived the end of the world” TGIF edition we bring you the funniest moments from the web that will put a smile on your face this ”doomsday”.
An important message from Nasa
Some funny tweets
“21st of December” Wait… aren’t we supposed to die today or was that cancelled or postponed?
✔ Normal day ✔ Normal Weather. ✔ Normal People. ✔ Everything seems normal. ✔ God is good and God is so great! Happy 21st of December!
People are cracking 21st of December jokes like there’s no tomorrow :’)
omg so it’s the 21st of December and the sun is shining, the birds are chirping and the skies are blue. the world’s definitely ending
21st of December I am ready for you pic.twitter.com/peTKd3Qt
The best Mayan apocalypse memes
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