The end is nigh!
December 21st 2012 is the Mayan Apocalypse and you don’t want to be hauled up into the sky without getting in a last little bit of partying. What better way to ring in the end of civilization than by spending it with the ruins of other lost societies, including the one that predicted this end of all things? The Penn Museum of Archeology is hosting one last hurrah for the human race, and you’re invited.
40 gold pieces stamped with the face of Quatzequatel, or Sacajawea, will get you in the door to the museum, a free drink voucher, access to the dance floor blasting the sounds from DJs Skribble and Joe Broscoe, and an acrobatic acrobatic act from the talented performers of Cirque-Tacular. It’ll be a cash bar all night that will have some Mayan inspired cocktails that would delight even the most desiccated of mummies.
Credit card bills, student loan payments, parking ticket court dates, and eating healthy will all become superflous in just a few short days. So why bother? Live it up! Play all those video games you wanted to play. Eat two tubs of ice cream. Buy a Ferrari on credit. It’s the end of the world people. You have to go out in style!
So don’t spend all your money before December 21st. At least save enough to get drunk with some ancient artifacts and the occasional passed out mummy. For more information on the event, visit the Penn Museum’s website.
Happy Apocalypse Everyone!