1. John Hodgman's Apocalypse Survival 101
Never trust a corgi. Never. John Hodgman, author and frequent contributor to the Daily Show, gives his two cents about surviving doomsday, blood waves and all of the dogs.
[More from Mashable: These Handmade ‘Doctor Who’ Owl Toys Are a Hoot]
This could be it. It. One of the last posts you or I ever read. The world as we know it, in all its magnificent, wondrous glory, is coming to an end on Dec. 21. Everything we've ever known -- gone, destroyed and vanquished. For good.
[More from Mashable: The Dark Knight Rises Trailer + LEGOs = Awesome]
At least that's what they say. According to some interpretations of the Mesoamerican Long Count (Mayan) calendar, next Friday will be humanity's very last. You've probably heard about it.
So what will it be? Will asteroids strike the Atlantic and send tidal waves in every direction? Will volcanoes erupt simultaneously across the world? Will broadband and Wi-Fi services suddenly stop working? And let's not forget about the possibilities of zombies unearthing either.
It's tough to be certain; only time will tell. In case the world does indeed end on Dec. 21, we've got some videos that will make it a little less painful. Or so we hope. Take a look for yourself above.
Assuming we're still here on Saturday, Dec. 22, what are your plans for the weekend? Any fun-stivities lined up to celebrate the whole "not dying" thing? Tell us below!
This story originally published on Mashable here.