Well, it feels like the whole world is on board with feeling like the apocalypse is here. Right now on Twitter, “Signs the Apocalypse Has Arrived” (#SignstheApocalypseHasArrived) is trending on Twitter. It’s a lovely way to start your 2020 Sunday. So why do people think the apocalypse has arrived this time? Here are the top tweets and photos about it all that you might have missed.
First, there are the skies turning red in the western half of the United States, making it look like Mars over there. It’s heartbreaking. 🙁 That’s one of the top tweets right now for the trend.
— Mychal (@mychal3ts) September 13, 2020
And this tweet has a good point. The color scheme does match apocalyptic movies. Yikes.
Someone else pointed out that the red skies reminded them of Crisis on Infinite Earths.
— Marquis (@mjv_2000) September 13, 2020
Look at the smoke in Seattle:
Extreme weather events, like earthquakes in New Jersey and fire tornadoes in California, could be signs of the apocalypse.
— teatime75 (@teatime75) September 13, 2020
Seeing hell from your plane could be another sign.
— Anjee W (@Anjeew) September 13, 2020
How about cardboard cutouts watching sports in a dystopian hellscape? It’s not part of the trend right now on Twitter but it should be.
Remember when toilet paper ran out? I think we’re still low on Clorox wipes, but the toilet paper is back…isn’t it? I’m not even sure because reality is so confusing.
This iconic photo is the perfect illustration of 2020.
— Her Highness ♈ (@RBFtastic) September 13, 2020
Rain or shine or apocalypse, UPS is still running.
— Samantha Jones (@SamanthaJonesMe) September 13, 2020
Raining ash isn’t good.
— Lucky Pikachu (@TacLuckyPikachu) September 13, 2020
— Wino007 (@Comicbaker0071) September 13, 2020
We have a plague, so that’s another sign.
— Mister Race Bannon (@MrRaceBannon) September 13, 2020
The saddest tweet is the one that says you just need to look out your window for signs. 🙁
— Karmin (@Karminatarian) September 13, 2020
It’s really disturbing out there.
— TheKitchenWitch (@kitchenwitch62) September 13, 2020
Honestly, it was this video that REALLY got to me:
— National Disasters (@NationsDisaster) September 13, 2020
The trend itself is a sign.
Or maybe just the entire year is a sign.
— Ryki Ranea (@ryki_ranea) September 13, 2020
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