The purple leaves
  • meowki

What if...

Everything you tried to do worked out successfully unless you were just going through the motions and didn't really want it? (in a sense, there are some truth-detecter attributes to this)

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Stand on earth
  • meowki

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Everything you wished for came true almost as soon as you finished wishing for it?

This means if you wished someone were dead, they would die, but if you wished them back to life, they'd come back. There are so many other complications too. What if you wished for whatever you wished for to not come true everytime? Or if you wished the opposite of getting everything to happen, or wished for everything to be normal like you're used to life?
Stand on earth
  • meowki

What if...

They never came back and you never saw or heard from them again? After years of strong friendship they go away, and they seem to fade away from your life?
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Stand on earth
  • meowki

What if...

Time is a loop but not everyone is on the same part of the loop?

I thought of this when watching the movie "Big Fish" since when Edward Bloom was 10, he met the old witch. When he was 18, he met the 8-year-old Jenny. As the movie progresses and Edward grows up, Jenny also grows older and at the end she looks like in another ten or fifteen years she would look exactly like the old witch Edward met when he was 10. The watcher also notices how the house changes, and the house of the witch and of Jenny are the same, just at different stages. O.O
Chloe exploring!

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meowki and I were discussing how cats influence our lives and I brought up a point that if we could learn cat, we could even learn the meaning of life. Her response was "though i must confess, i often wonder exactly what we would DO if we knew the meaning of life..."

So if humans knew the meaning of life

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Chloe exploring!

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What if the Great Philosopher Cat in the Sky gave humans her powers of summoning down meteors, comets, solar flares, and even the occasional supernova?

humans would destroy the earth which is why we should be thankful we aren't given such dire power.

what if there were no cats?

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Stand on earth
  • meowki

What if...

You had one week in which you were guaranteed you would not die or even get hurt or feel pain, and the week was completely free, meaning no school/work/appointments. You didn't even have to eat during that time, though if you wanted to eat you could and it wouldn't effect you.


I would go inner-tubing, sky-diving, bungee-jumping, give a tiger a big hug, eat a bunch of stuff that would normally kill me, jump off from the top of a waterfall, kiss a cobra, touch lightning, play in the middle of a bonfire, climb a really tall tree than leap from treetop to treetop, go rock-climbing up a mountain, and a bunch of other stuff I'd love to do but am usually too frightened to.

Similarly, what if you could live like in "Groundhog Day", where everyday starts over and everything simply repeats itself exactly over and over?


This one I'm not sure...probably all that above, and more since there are things I'm scared to do not because it would hurt me physically. I would certainly spend most of it studying, so when I finally do all the good deeds I have to do to get time going again, I'd be a genius and a superb flutist.