2012 proved wrong: it's tomorrow you should worry about, says Daily Mail

Funny story written by masterchev

Sunday, 3 October 2010

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Guy who was run over by Citreon Saxo thought to be leading macabre chav unit

Outrage in the UK as the Daily Mail has predicted the End of the World (for the 1,000th time... this year).

Claims of the Earth being swallowed by a black hole/ left in John Prescott's fridge/ attacked by Spiny Norman on 21st December 2012 were proved false by the Daily Mail, because apparently the end of the world will be tomorrow after all.

In a very "I Am Legend" twist, the popular chav culture of the UK will bring about this downturn, leaving much of the UK to be quarantined.

It's happening already, according to our friend Mrs. Megan Lloyd, a lovely welsh old lady who lives in a residential home. The chavs, who had spent the past week awake listening to the lyrics of people who can't sing, are slowly advancing in a zombie like fashion towards the nearest Primark.

The Daily Mail was quoted with this headline:


Unfortunately, the editor then woke up from his nightmare and proceeded to print it out in tomorrow's headline. End of the World? Keep trying Daily Mail.

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