There are some things that we know for sure won't happen in the coming twelve months. Britain won't top the Winter Olympic Medals table, Jerry Seinfeld won't become funny and Country & Western music won't be eradicated but something that we do know will happen is the World will end at some point between now and December 31st.
The question is how will we all die horribly?
It could come at the hands of the Norse god, Heimdallr, pencilled in for February 22 or the 1.2km wide asteroid named 2003 QQ47 which is currently hurtling towards our planet and due to hit on March 21st in an event scientists have said 'merits careful monitoring'.
As they also say the probability of the asteroid hitting Earth is just 1 in 909,000 and the risk of impact is likely to decrease as they collect more information we may have to look elsewhere for our demise.
Places like the Bible according to John Hagee, senior pastor of the nondenominational Cornerstone Church in San Antonio who claims that four 'blood moons' throughout 2014 represent prophecies allegedly given in the book of Luke relating to Doomsday and the second coming of Christ.
Not to be outdone, the Catholics have their own 'we're all doomed' message and this one is from Pope Leo IX who predicted in 1514: 'I will not see the end of the world, nor will you my brethren, for its time is long in the future, 500 years hence'. 1514 plus 500 years makes...gulp.
There you go then, i wouldn't even bother buying present for next Christmas because one of them has to be right one year!