What's your agenda on the day the world is supposedly ending?
I'm going to work, picking up a bottle of tequila on the way home and ringing out the end of the world with margaritas and an apocalyptic movie marathon. Good times!
Well, the day is already coming to an end here in India and it was the usual day.... Long live the world!
I have been looking forward to this day for many years. As Secretary of the Professional Pessimists Club (UK) my agenda has been clear - to help organise the biggest gathering of doom merchants ever assembled. Those with bleak outlooks, black depression, negative opinions on just about everything, icy forecasts for mankind and womankind, champions of complaint and everyday moanygroany types please meet at Apocalypse Corner - opposite the World's End pub - at midnight for a hearty round of fearful songs packed with Mayan and Old testament superstitions. Oh and anybody with the name of Nostrodamus - you can lead the post sing-song debate on the future of the Afterlife.
If you're late don't blame me but send a letter of miserable complaint to your local branch - if you've time. Hopefully not.
My normal routine. Sipped a cup of coffee in the morning. Then I logged to work online. Ate a really delicious meal my mom prepared. Visited a friend who was not feeling well that time. Updated by blog. Had a chat with my special someone late at night. And boom! The day was over before I realized it.
I've already been to Target. I'm going to a Christmas luncheon with my family, and I'll probably be wrapping some more gifts later.
I don't know what channel I was watching, but a reporter was interviewing a "doomsday" family that had prepared for "the end" by stockpiling food, water, weapons, and gasoline. In the background, I could clearly see a Christmas tree. If they are thinking the world will end today ... what's up with the Christmas tree?
My usual schedule will do. Yoga class this morning, maybe run the vacuum cleaner later, write some, read some hubs, share some wine with my wife think about going out to dinner, and mostly ignoring the Mayan hoopla.
I don't agree that the world is going to end. No disrespect to the Mayan Calendar or to the ancients. The world will one day end but that day is many millions of years away in my opinion.
I've chose to have my own interpretation of the Mayan Calendar. I believe that 2012 is all about drastic changes. I look round and I see changes. So many international names have died over the past three years. Also so many world leaders have fallen. I think this 2012 it is all about drastic endings and new beginnings for people. I do not think that the world is going to end on the 23rd December. I know we will all still be here in a few days time.....or will we?
I heard it was suppose to end today. And I didn't say I believed in the Mayan calendar...plus you avoided answering the question all together just to voice your opinion on the world ending. But thanks anyway
what's my agenda for the day the world ends. I don't have one. Doing the usual chores.....and feel firmly that the world is not going to end. If you don't like my answer delete it.
That is exactly what an agenda is!!!! The point of the question was for those who DO NOT believe the world will end today. That's why I said "supposedly". And everyone would tell me funny things about today. If you read my hubs, you'd know.
you have little or no regard for the fact that I actually stopped by to answer your trivia. You are the first rude girl I have met on here. Most people remain courteous no matter what the answer. You're verging on abusive to sarcastic now. STOP
Oh no, I appreciate it. Happy holidays!
The weather was horrendous, freezing rain and wind, but other than that... A little Christmas shopping, a little hubbing.
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Do you think 2012 will be the end of the world?Here is a Top 10 Reasons why not http://hubpages.com/hub/Top-10-Reasons- … -The-World
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