Your first reaction…WTF? Yeah? So do we. In the movie 2012, on the Dec 21 this year, it is going to be the day when mountains fall down, earth crack, landslides and tsunamis are everywhere. And there is only one way that you can survive — board the Noah’s Ark in Tibet! Does that really exist? Um…we don’t think so since we don’t wish this year is the end of our life. So what’s this all about? Check it out after the break…
Starting from last month, bundle sale of train tickets to to Zhuo Ming Valley (an imaginary place that mentioned in the movie) and tickets for Noah’s Ark suddenly appeared on thousands of online stores on Taobao, and sold out probably more than 2,500 tickets until now. In the movie, the tickets only offer to government officials and rich people in the world. But in real life, you can buy the 1 billion Euros Noah’s Ark ticket with $3 RMB (less than $0.5) ironically. The idea had impressed lots of people, most of them bought it for New Year’s gifts.
The most remarkable information on the Noah’s Ark ticket should be the boarding time — midnight on Dec 21st 2012, and the boarding place — Zhuo Ming Valley. To make the ticket seem like true, buyers can order to put their names, nationalities, identity numbers and other personal information on their tickets. It also included cabin seats and ticket numbers.
What’s more? There are anti-fake labels including calibration area and bar code, and it works! When you scan over it, your phone will pop up a message saying this is genuine.
It is funny when some store owners managed to mke a must-read information section on the tickets with some hilarious jokes, which stated customers have to give bank asset proof, the money must be paid by their own instead of appropriation, and greedy officials must not buy any ticket. The stores also rules that a person can buy no more than 7 tickets which include only wife/husband, one child, parents and parents in law. No secretary or mistresses. There are also some tips for customers like 12 must-know skills including driving a car, driving a plane and knowing Tibetan. All of the skills are from 2012.
Ohk…That’s very enough…Here is the link for you to purchase this amazing ticket.
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