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post #16 of 24
1. LOL. Why would I risk death for something I already have?
2. Sure. I could spend the rest of my shitty life posting on DT about all the cool stuff I did during those five years. (*Cough* in Nashville *cough.*)
3. Is there some sort of problem in this scenario?
4. No.
5. I would finally be able to achieve my secret dream: shocking brute strength. And if being a chimp turns out to be a nightmare, I could always commit suicide by baboon tribe.
6. Stop trying to make murder sound tempting, you creep.
post #17 of 24
^ Are you taking time off from your comic book convention to post on SF?
post #18 of 24
No x6.
post #19 of 24
4. No. I couldn't live with myself after killing a kid

5. Sure, why not. If life as a chimp was unbearable I could always commit ape suicide.

6. No. The guilt would be too much.
post #20 of 24
Thread Starter 

 

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Originally Posted by erictheobscure View Post

^ Are you taking time off from your comic book convention to post on SF?

 

Star Trek convention, brah.

post #21 of 24
Thread Starter 

7.  (SF special)

 

a. You have a wardrobe of top-quality bespoke suits but are forced to wear shitty, Aldo-level, square-toed shoes.

 

or

 

b. You have a wardrobe of top-quality bespoke shoes but are forced to wear shitty, Mens Wearhouse-level suits.

 

 

post #22 of 24
Horrible choice. I would go with the nice shoes, though. It's easier to make a lousy suit look good than an ugly pair of shoes.
post #23 of 24
what if you could have the best wardrobe imaginable but the catch was for a minute every day while you were in public your clothes would disappear.
post #24 of 24
Thread Starter 

 

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Originally Posted by hoozah View Post

what if you could have the best wardrobe imaginable but the catch was for a minute every day while you were in public your clothes would disappear.

 

Now, that's an interesting dilemma. You'd basically have to live your life in constant proximity to some sort of private space (like, say, a bathroom) to which to dash and hide while waiting out that minute. Public transportation, plane flights, etc., would be dicey propositions.

 

What would you do on the job? Would you explain your predicament to co-workers?

 

At first blush, the answer seems like an obvious "Sure, why not?" But then, you'd have to take into account the legal ramifications and the life of constant fear of inopportune nudity. Ultimately, I'd say no to this deal.

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