"Yes, yes I did. It states this fact quite plainly in the Bible."
"According to one source business insider,it all seems to stem from the website noted on the sign in the picture in the article. The group is Family Radio. The groups head Harold Camping is making these claims. He did predict the end of the world at least once before and it didn't happen."
"Hmm, well that sucks. I planned my son's 5th birthday party for that day. I think I should have put a disclaimer on those invitations."
Time: 2pm - 4pm
Where: Our House
RSVP: my phone number, my email address
Disclaimer: If Jesus comes for the world while your children are safely inside my home having a blast at my son's birthday party, I am not to be held responsible when they are whisked off to Heaven. I provide the shelter, cake, drinks and birthday fun. The result of the Rapture is entirely out of my hands. If you consider me responsible you are an arsehole and won't be seeing your child in Heaven anyways.
So yeah, I had no clue that I planned my son's birthday party on the day the world is supposed to go to pot and Jesus comes for his chosen ones. While worried, and excited about these facts, my kid is five and just knows he has real life friends coming to this thing. Although why not celebrate the end of the world? Can't just sit here and wait and watch, how boring is that.
Who knows, maybe the Rapture that this Harold guy is talking about isn't really the one where Jesus comes to take us away, but some biological tragedy. What he isn't telling us is that we are all going to be sucked up in the mother ship, where Zombies are waiting to eat our brains!