Everything on the internet is true (34 Photos)

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  • Stick

    Oh, yeah. I'm real impressed.

  • styopa

    http://thechive.com/2012/05/21/everything-on-the-… hasn't been funny any of the previous 5 times it's been on.
    Just f*cking stop.

  • 'berto

    #22 is absolutely wrong. The Mayans never said "December 22, 2012." The end date was determined by counting the number of solar cycles, not our current calendar (and their clock is more efficient, with no need for leap years). That, and it's not a "doomsday clock" since they themselves called it a change, not apocalyptic carnage that the majority of idiots believe.


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    #19 is awesome!

  • Brian

    # 18
    Really… You have 5 fire extiguishers in 1 place.

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    #27 Why can't I be both?

    • 650

      this was probably created by someone that's too dense to understand most sarcasm

  • dallastxbby

    #28 It works. I swear it does.

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  • Apoc999

    #22, except if I remember right the Mayan calendar is based on cycles of the moon, and the current calendar is based on the earths rotation around the sun (365 1/4 days to make that full rotation btw) and thus have very little in common. A lunar calendar wouldn't need to calculate for leap years because it counts only the 28 day cycle of the moons rotation which isn't measured in anything less or more than a full day.

  • jeff donuts

    made me laugh hard

  • ghghg

    #22 watch this vid

  • rcjhkcco

    #33 you're posting this from la? baaad move

  • acoustrix

    #9 Diablo 3 much?

  • cmcb

    #10 Not a clue what that means. None. Seriously.

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  • Megan

    #12 so true and so frustrating!!

  • Kenton

    #22 Whoever made this was SO STOKED, they were like, "Haha, I proved them wrong, Jesus is real."

    1) That's because the Mayan's weren't into these rules, they were into math. Which is why they had a more accurate year. Instead of 365 days with a special, "leap-year" , they had an exact calculation. 1-year = 365.242199 days.

    2) Leap Year isn't the only way to figure it out. The Indians made a year of 360 days, with an additional month being added every 6 years.

    A year is the time it takes for Earth to make a complete orbit around the Sun. To me, I believe we should have a Quarter day added each year on the longest day of the year {June 20th). This way we don't have to deal with that Leap-Year Sh!t. OR we could use it when we usually begin our Daylight Savings in the fall. Instead of falling back, just add 5.812776 Hours to that day, or just have 5-25hr days and one 24hour48minute45.9936second Day. Kill 2 birds with 1 stone! And just thing, those days would be cool. I hate when everyday is the same, it's like having a half-day at school. It doesn't even seem like a school day because it's different than the routine.


  • Joe Tsoukalous

    #22– The Mayan Calendar DID account for leap year. The Mayan calendar is more accurate than the atomic clock… do more research. You think that no one before you had thought of that? You really thought that every archeologist who spent thousands of hours deciphering their ruins some how forgot about leap year?

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