World Disappointed Apocalypse Didn’t Come December 2012

It is hard to believe that is has been almost a year since the world ended December 21, 2012. There are plenty of memories we would all like scrubbed from our brains over the past year. Here are just a few in a long list of forgettable moments.

December 4, 2013: NBC News states that America is “21th in Science.” It was to everyone’s surprise that the USA ranked 17th in Reading. This was proof of the ever declining IQ of the average American.

August 25th 2013: “Twerkgate” 2013 MTV VMA’s. Who couldn’t forget all the buzz surrounding the infamous twerk of Miley Cyrus. The craze has spawned thousands of memes. I didn’t even watch the VMA’s but there was no escaping this black hole.

June 15th, 2013: North West is Born. Adding to months of speculation over stupid names, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West named their child North West.

January 20th 2013: Obama sworn in for a 2nd term. It’s hard to believe he isn’t even 1/4 done with his 2nd term.

December 21st, 2012: The alleged end of the world. Had this happened, you wouldn’t have to read this terrible list or the dull events of the year.

As 2013 winds its way down to a close, we can only hope another vague lost culture’s apocalypse comes true.

Author: Jay Griggs

Jay Griggs is a professional freelance writer. And by professional we mean amateur and by freelance we mean hobby.

1 thought on “World Disappointed Apocalypse Didn’t Come December 2012

  1. All that happening and you STILL think the apocalypse didn’t materialize? Harold Camping is still alive, what more proof do you need?

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