Wednesday, July 18, 2012

I'm probabaly not going to let this end of the world thing go anytime soon.

I've figured out what's going on with this drought. It's all part of the events that lead up to the end of the world. If you will notice your lawn and the affect the drought has had on it, you'll smack yourself in the head and say, "Doh" too.
The lack of rain and the drying up of our lawns has made the earth start to recede from the edges of the sidewalks, driveways and streets. Some parts of earth are starting to form cracks, the jagged ones you see on TV. Obviously this is the start of the earth breaking up and swallowing mailboxes first, then cars, houses and finally large buildings. The 'step on a crack and break your mothers back' saying from when we were kids takes on a whole new scary meaning here. Stay away from the cracks!
I'm not sure where the Zombies fit into the earth swallowing everyone up, perhaps they will be roaming the earth before it is destroyed and fall in the cracks with the rest of you. And if you were wondering in case of Rapture, yes you can have my fries.


ReformingGeek said...

What about plumber's crack? Is that a sign?

Relax Max said...

Lawn? You have a lawn still?

They made us tear ours out and put rocks and stuff.

End of the world? Have you been blogging about the end of the world and I've missed it? I remember the mailbox. But then, I remember fallout shelters, too.

Sue said...

Carol - Butt crack is a whole other animal. I wrote a post on it:

Relax Max: Our weeds are still green. The end of the world posts, yes there are a few.