Back to the Future Day July 5 2010

Twitter is an amazing device for telling the world you’re having a sammich. It’s also great for spreading information FAST. Sometimes too fast, like today when tweets flew around¬†all morning saying today was a date used in the Back to The Future. ¬†Turns out that’s not the case, but mark your calendars for October 21, 2015, because that day is going to be AWESOME.

Probably even have hover boards by then too.

Oh real quick, here’s some other wierd stuff about Back to the Future:

and of course:

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9 Comments about “Back to the Future Day July 5 2010”

  1. Mike A Says:

    Wow, the kid in the video looks a bit psycho, or at least pretty perverted for his age! Turns out his name is Dannel Evans, he starred in one TV appearance and then disappeared. Of course, no one really disappears in the Internet age, do we? Someone from MS should figure out which profile is really him and ask him WTF was he thinking! ;-)

  2. bonniekate Says:

    lol and all that time i thought back to the future 3 was lame.

  3. Timothy Says:

    What about this pic?
    The tweets didn’t say they travelled to this date but that the date was set.

  4. Sean Percival Says:

    that pic is not real

  5. Ani Says:

    the poor kid was bursting for a pee! hahaha so sweet!

  6. Jegrezo Says:

    There is nothing weird about the two pictures. Twin Pines Mall became Lone Pine Mall because in the future one of the trees was run over by Marty, changing the past. It’s part of the brilliant time-continuity that makes the trilogy so amazing. It’s one of the many little details to catch if you are paying close attention throughout the films that change as time jumps back and forth.

  7. Scott Says:

    I saw the first BTTF when I was a kid in the theater, its the first one I remember ever seeing although I am sure I saw others. Wanted a Delorean ever since :)

  8. Steven Buehler Says:

    According to the plot summary in WikiPedia, before going to 2015, their first stop is June 6, 2010.

  9. Sabrina Says:

    I’m so glad I didn’t waste my time on this hoax because I would have missed my awakening. This is another media-driven distraction to keep you from finding out your true soul’s purpose.

Published: July 5th, 2010 | 74,965 views