I remember that episode in Gumball with the same title where he and Darwin thought that “Basically it’s the eclipse… and… it’s the end of the world.” Like in any pre-end-of-the-world story, they started off cramming with the 24 hours they have left to live. But they easily snap out of it and realize that 24 hours isn’t so bad.
- Gumball: 24 HOURS?! Oh, this is horrible! All the things I wanted to do in my life, all my plans… Ruined! RUINED!!!
- Darwin: You know, I’ve been thinking… 24 hours is actually quite a lot of time.
- Gumball: Hey, you’re right! I mean, how many minutes are there in an hour? Like 60? So, that’s like 60 times 24, which is… Three billion seconds!
- Darwin: That’s like ages!
- Source: Gumball wiki
So Gumball spent the day doing things he wanted to do – trashing their biology class (which got them in a 3-hour detention), trying to marry Penny, getting a perm, asking for a pony for all the birthdays he won’t be celebrating – because nothing matters anymore as he had said.
I want to live everyday like today’s all I have left and nothing matters anymore. Better make the most out of it. Better be happy in my last 24 hours. Make every MOMENT count.