Freelance writer Mollie Goodfellow posed a funny and kind of depressing question on Twitter regarding the end of the world. The possible choices? Die — or get in a car with musician Ed Sheeran and The Late Late Show host James Corden.
there is only one car that has seats left in the convoy leaving the town you live in, about to be destroyed by nuclear war. do u get in pic.twitter.com/8g2YeFVISA
— Mollie Goodfellow (@hansmollman) April 6, 2018
And it looked like most people would rather die:
I'll pass. pic.twitter.com/OTNCOXc7LB
— Chris Garratty (@ChrisGarratty) April 6, 2018
I mean, you may get to live a little longer, but if you're in this car can you really call it living?
— Olivia Hannah (@orhannah) April 6, 2018
NUKE ME UP BABY.
— luke benson (@Mr_LukeBenson) April 6, 2018
I've made my peace
— Ben Arnold (@AlligatorHands2) April 6, 2018
I'll be by the roadside lighting matchsticks under my fingernails whilst awaiting armageddon in preference I think.
— Sticky Beast (@BeastofBacton) April 6, 2018
People were feeling pretty salty:
The sound of my screams as I'm eviscerated will sound far more pleasant than whatever awaits me in there
— James Lewis (@JamesLewis0) April 6, 2018
Come oh comforting ball of fire…melt my eyeballs, char me to the core but please, please, please make sure my hearing goes first.
— Ralph The Decorator (@On_The_Radar55) April 7, 2018
— Swillberto Carlos (@disco_steveo) April 7, 2018
— TiKnee (@Ti_Knee) April 6, 2018
Back in my day we asked deep questions, too: