Really, we just survived a Friday, which we do 52 times a year. So it isn't a really big deal that we're alive. I mean, we're just doing exactly what we've always done, day in and day out. And even if today was the end the of the world, would you have made yesterday count?
Anyways, it can't be the end of the world yet. Champions League has just started up and Christmas isn't here yet and we just got started with the first installment of The Hobbit. How are we expected to die without watching the last two parts of The Hobbit? Bet the Mayans didn't think that one through now did they?
Nine months from now, when we're feeling the YOLO repercussions of baby makers gone wild, we'll be sitting back in our chairs, doing exactly it is what we've always done. And if the end of the world is nigh, I think I'd rather not know. Better instead to live everyday as if it we're your last, and hope that if we do die by pollution or war or giant robots destroying earth, it will be in the comfort of our loved ones.
And anyways, we've still got a couple years till the third Hobbit movie.
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