May 21st Isn't Judgement Day - "That's Just Silly," Say Man United Fans

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Saturday, 14 May 2011

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It's becoming increasingly clear that fans of Manchester United Football Club remain utterly convinced that internet rumours about May 21st being 'Judgement Day' and the end of the world are a load of old shite.

"It's just a load of old shite is that," one told Skoob Sports News. "We've got Barcelona in the Champions League final on May 28th, and I've got a ticket. UEFA would hardly be flogging tickets for an event that isn't likely to happen. Would they?"

Some Manchester City fans are hoping that the world will actually end on May 21st because that way, City would go down in non-existent history as the last club to win a major trophy, apart from the Premier League...but many appear to be changing their minds as reality sinks in, along with the realisation that United will lift the Premier League trophy at Old Trafford on May 21st.

"It depends what time the apocalypse goes down man," said former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher. "If it's gonna 'appen before the rags lift the trophy, I'm all in favour of it and that, like. But if they get their grubby mitts on the trophy just before Armageddon, I'll be gutted, man. Whatever, as long as I'm free to keep a beady eye on events I'll be well fuckin' 'appy, like. As long as it all goes down before they get get their hands on that pot. I'll be gutted if that goes down, like. We'll never hear the fuckin' end of it man. Even in hell. Or purgatory. Or wherever we all end up. Man."

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