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I was attempting to translate #1's post of LOLOOLOLOOLOOOL. 49- Your dad's condom was a fail.

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No, 57. It's a theory of the world ending based on the fact that the ancient Mayans calendar ends on that day. Or something like that anyway. I don't pay enough attention to mad men's rambling to be certain on the finer points of our numerous doomsday theories.

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2012 doomsday believers: Ever stop to think that carving a calendar into stone may get old after hundreds of years? They probably just got bored of making it ^_^

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53- fuck you. The people that do that are not Christian they are fakes. Most Christians would tell you that you can't tell when jesus is coming back

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Just a theory. There are several reasons why the Mayan calendar may have ended. 1. December 2012 coincides with the end of the long count calender (e.g. they did get bored) 2. December 2012 coincides with a galactic alignment (e.g. death from cosmic rays from some pulsar) 3. December 2012 coincides with a super large solar flare (e.g. death from solar thowup) None of this may matter at all. This is just the new 2K bug scare updated for a new century.

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December 2012 does coincide with the galactic alignment and so supposedly a new era. So I believe this is why the Mayan calendar ended there. I do not think there will be any death from cosmic rays however. The world will continue as usual. Incidentally for all those claiming there will be Armageddon in 2012. The original definition to that was "an unveiling". As to what? No one knows.

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The world will end in 5 billion years time, when the sun will expand into a red giant and burn our planet to embers. However, we may make it uninhabitable before then.

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To all 2012 doomsday believers. Hi, I'm from 2013 and I'm here to tell you the world didn't end. Sorry.

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Damn!! Where are those beady things?!!! People! I need wine and a little boy that's good at keeping quite!! Holy Hell!!! Where'd I put my book of myths?!!! Spread out!! The title starts with a B and the text is extremely sexist, racist, and homophobic!!!

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