Jenelle Evans Tweets About the End of the World & It's (Almost) Not Crazy!


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Jenelle contemplates the Mayan prophecy?
December 21, 2012 is a day that many people, including (apparently) Teen Mom Jenelle Evans, are anxiously awaiting, believing that a Mayan prophecy predicted the end of the world on that day. If you believe that kind of thing, it's a frightening concept, but lucky for all of us, Evans has figured out that we have nothing to fear.

Whew. That was a close one.

The star tweeted out a "don't worry, we totally aren't going to all die, we are just going to have a massive 3-day blackout" missive in the form of a Twitter photo. Because the Mayans totally knew about electricity, yo. This whole thing is ridiculous, and if even Jenelle Evans knows the world isn't ending, we all need to CHILLAX.

This whole end of the world thing does have a lot of people uneasy. Maybe for good reason. If the world really IS ending, Evans has a whole lot of pot to smoke. Oh wait, she doesn't do that anymore. Right? Right?

Does that "pact" still hold even if the world is ending?

Truth be told, I do hope Evans' tweet brings some comfort. It's a silly thing, but some people really are taking this Mayan prophecy seriously. Maybe if they see Evans' post, they won't immediately spend all their money, smoke all their drugs, or euthanize their pets as people have done during past apocalyptic predictions.

The reality is most people probably don't get their news or their advice from Jenelle. She is notoriously unreliable and unstable. But on this one thing, she is being somewhat rational, so we should listen.

The end of the world isn't coming next week, people. And if the worst that happens is a three-day blackout thanks to the Earth entering the Photonic belt (as Jenelle's post suggests), then so be it. At least we will still be alive! Don't kill your plants yet, people!

Do you think the world is going to end on December 21?


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lasombrs lasombrs

Maybe the TV show Revolution is more then a TV show? Perhaps it was a warning lol :P

BPayne09 BPayne09

I'm so sick of hearing about Teen Mom people. Their 15 min of "fame" should be long gone by now!

cmjaz cmjaz

Iran will nuke a country on 12 21. Since everyone is throwing things out there, I'm going to use that one.

nonmember avatar Zuri

A massive 3 day blackout? I went through that 6 weeks ago... peace of mind people, peace of mind! The world is not actually going to end!

2nino... 2ninos4me

lmao at how you worded your first paragraph :) thanks so much for the laugh :) and i dont worry about the world ending on 12/21/12 , i think the world ends to each person when they die ...

Amanda Ago

This happens to be the most stupid article I have ever read- The author for this is desperately trying to find something to talk about and THIS article is annoying- ALMOST as annoying as Jenelle.  Moron. 

teddy... teddysmama09

For some the world will end on Dec 21, like all the people who get hit by buses or the people who don't heed the warning label on the hairdryer that says to not use it in the tub.  Like 2ninos4me said, the world eventually ends for all of us at one point or another.


Amanda Pearce

Okay, obviously it didn't end today.  But with the solar flares, she was perfectly justified in the 3-day black-out theory.  The Mayans DID NOT predict the end of the world today.  Look at the history.  They predicted a shift to begin today, as they have before.  They were right about those ones as well.  This shift is going to occur gradually, not suddenly.  Do your research people!

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