I keep hearing all these jokes and comments about how the world didn’t end after all, like it was supposed to on December 21, 2012. But I beg to differ. The people of planet earth have shifted into an alternate parallel universe. So from now on, things are going to be very strange. This isn’t some hokey croakey theory of mine, either. I have actual proof to back me up as authentic, bonafide, scientific evidence.
On December 21, 2012, at 8:29 pm, my 13 year old son challenged me to a game of chess. This is normal, for him. I’m horrible at chess, and beating me at something boosts his self esteem. I had never won a game of chess, and can’t even beat the monkey on super simple easy level on the computer…until that night.
So there I was, getting beaten to death, when all of a sudden I noticed that the pieces on the board had been aligned in my favor. All I had to do was make one single move and make checkmate.
I couldn’t believe it. I won the very first chess game of my entire life. I was so excited I jumped ten feet and hit my head on the ceiling. My poor kid was so confused. He didn’t know how I had managed to beat him. Me! I actually won. You see, we have entered a parallel universe.
And then I walked outside and the sky looked strange.
You can’t see it in the picture, but there was this concave dimensional thingie between the cloud cover and the moon and it looked like I was standing inside a snow-globe. It looked as if the planet earth was traveling into hyper-drive through the time space continuum.
And then it snowed, in Texas, on Christmas Day, and I mean that rarely happens where I live. I think my dad might have personally created that winter storm with his mind, because he was totally freaking out and insisted that everyone stay at home that day. I think he made it snow so he would have an excuse not to go to the Christmas party at Dottie’s house. So that last part might not have been a parallel dimension thing but I did see on the news that teacher’s in Utah are going to all start bringing guns to school to protect their younglings. It’s like the wild west, not to mention …controversial… and very Twilight zone-esque.