It's January 2013 so obviously the end of the world came and went. Here's a list of a few things you would have missed if it really was the end of the world.
TV and Film
If it really was the end of the world they're be no more Sam, Dean and Cas saving humans from demons in Supernatural. There would be no more seasons of Once Upon A Time. And let's not forget those reality shows - Idol, Dance, etc.
If it really was the end we wouldn't have to sit through 9 hours of The Hobbit. The book is only 240 odd pages long. It takes less than 9 hours to read. Personally, I don't get it.
New Years Eve
If it really was the end of the world they're be no more spectacular fireworks. Dubai was top of the list this 2012/2013 for their effort of swirling fireworks and laser display.
If it really was the end of the world there would be no more new year's resolutions.
Shopping and Technology
If it really was the end of the world there would be no Boxing Day sales.
If it really was the end of the world Apple customers would not have reached more than 40 billion download of apps since July 2008, the company said on Monday, and that doesn't include re-downloads or updates.
If it really was the end of the world Australia wouldn't get the Ellen Degeneres show.
NASA plans to send a ship to the moon in 2019. Why? Apparently it's been too long between visits. Sounds to me like is a case of a nagging relative putting the guilt trip on.
If it really was the end of the world millions of Americans would not get to watch the NFL Super Bowl. All those packets of potato chips would go uneaten.
For those who like to watch the end of the world, here is list of films to get you prepared:
10 Apocolyptic Films:
Dawn of the Dead (1978)
Planet of the Apes (1968)
28 Weeks Later (2007)
On the Beach (1959)
12 Monkeys (1995)
The Quiet Earth (1985)
Donnie Darko (2001)
The Terminator (1984)
The Omega Man (1971)
For those who'd rather read about the end of the world, here is a list of books you need to survive:
10 Apocolytpic Books
The Road (Cormac Macarthy)
Cell (Stephen King) (most of you would think The Stand, but I think Cell is a better book)
I Am Legend (Richard Matheson)
The Day of the Triffids (John Wyndham)
On The Beach (Nevil Shute)
The Hunger Games (Suzanne Collins)
When The Wind Blows (Raymond Briggs)
How I Live Now (Meg Rosoff)
Childhood's End (Arthur C Clark)
Grey Dogs: Zombie Survival (Ian DG Sandusky)
And for those who like to listen to the end of the world, here is a list of 10 songs to play:
10 Apocolyptic Songs
End of the world (The Cure)
Eve of destruction (Barry McGuire)
It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine (REM)
Judgement day (Van Halen)
Last night on Earth (Green Day)
Stop the world (The Clash)
The last day on Earth (Marilyn Manson)
The final countrdown (Europe)
The future's so bright, I gotta wear shades (Timbuk 3)
Stay safe kiddies until the next apocolypse.