The Mayans were right: Bieber & Carlos Santana performing “Let It Be” can only mean the collapse of civilization.— jbj (@jbj) January 1, 2012
new years TV coverage is the practice apocalypse.— Morgan Murphy (@morgan_murphy) January 1, 2012
2012. The year of the Mayan apocalypse and the birth of Beyonce’s baby. (Possibly the same thing.)— Suri’s Burn Book (@surisburnbook) January 1, 2012
My favorite song about the apocalypse is “It’s Raining Men.”— markschaffer (@markschaffer) December 30, 2011
“It’s the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, not the Sore Horsemen of the Apocalypse!” #HomophobicEndTimesProphet— James Adomian (@JAdomian) December 30, 2011
Rob Schneider has a show coming out this year.Just like the Mayans predicted.— Pauly Casillas (@PaulyPeligroso) January 1, 2012
If people really want the Mayans to be right about 2012, we have a giant laser we could help out with.— Darth Vader (@DepressedDarth) January 2, 2012
I hope the Mayans are wrong, but if they’re right, I just don’t want to be interviewing @Snooki when it happens.— Conan O’Brien (@ConanOBrien) January 3, 2012
Mayans also thought blood from the tip of their ding-dongs made the moon rise. we’re with them on the end of the world but not on that, huh?— Jordan Carlos (@jordancarlos) January 3, 2012
the mayans are wrong… my @britneyspears calendar doesn’t end until 2014— Benny Blanco (@ItsBennyBlanco) January 1, 2012
Happy New Year and don’t worry - the Mayans were only warning us about the Movie “2012.”— John Fugelsang (@JohnFugelsang) January 1, 2012
Happy New Year! So this is the year the Mayans run out of calendars? #DonateCalendarsToMayans— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) January 1, 2012
Mexico braces for a 2012 apocalypse tourism boom. Will you go? huff.to/vsOpfv— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) January 1, 2012
If Mayans were good at predicting the future, there’d be Mayans.— Jon Lovett (@jonlovett) January 1, 2012
If I missed a good one, or you just want to yell at me, you can find me on Twitter @jpmoore.
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