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Posted 10/10/14
1800s and somewhere in England. Victorian Era. I'm fascinated about their fashion trend. Everyone looking posh.
Posted 10/10/14
Around 1830-1840. Then I could dress like one of these dapper gents:

And then I could become the first American classical pianist/composer.
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EeeeysianChick wrote:

1800s and somewhere in England. Victorian Era. I'm fascinated about their fashion trend. Everyone looking posh.


God damn it, now I look like an idiot.


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Maybe sometime in the past where technology was not as advanced.
I wonder if I could of been someone else if the LG G3 was a thought or computers were still classic models
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some time in the future
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Posted 10/10/14 , edited 10/10/14

EeeeysianChick wrote:

1800s and somewhere in England. Victorian Era. I'm fascinated about their fashion trend. Everyone looking posh.





HandTye wrote:

Around 1830-1840. Then I could dress like one of these dapper gents:

And then I could become the first American classical pianist/composer.




All i can say is you guys would be some classy chaps *extends pinky whilst drinking tea*
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Posted 10/10/14 , edited 10/11/14
Wouldnt this be pointless? Considering if you were born into the time/area life would be normal for you, milking a cow for your morning breakfast would be the same as making a coffee in the morning nowadays. Or if your hovercar broke down you would take it to the mechanic just like now?

Anyways I would love to be born around the 1920's. I have been watching a lot of Boardwalk Empire lately and am just infatuated with it. I love the dapper attire, don't rat me out about gender equality, i'd just want to enjoy the era with my whiskey.

I wouldnt want to experience life far into the future because I don't like the way things are going now. I don't look forward to the way I believe things are going to turn out.


HandTye wrote:


EeeeysianChick wrote:

1800s and somewhere in England. Victorian Era. I'm fascinated about their fashion trend. Everyone looking posh.


God damn it, now I look like an idiot.




Your profile pic already says a lot.
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I don't need to be born at a later date since I am immortal. That said, still would be cool to go back in the past with the knowledge I have now and advance the technology ahead a few centuries.
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Mmmmm...... 200 years into the future, in a country that is politically, economically, and socially stable (no dystopias for me, please). I still want to be a gamer and watch anime, so that I could get my NERV Gear gaming on!
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I love this era. It's got to be present, future, or bust for me. I want to live on the edge of scientific and technological advancement! Nothing beats the thrill of discovery.
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I wouldn't bother changing - unless I get to keep my current memories, then anywhen I went, it would just feel normal and expected.
I may as well just pick some random person from history and say 'I'm the reincarnation of X'/

I want a time machine or a Sliders parallel dimension machine/ability.
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I wouldn't want to be born anywhere else or during a different time period, but I would like to travel back to the 80s or 90s to see what life was like back then. I am probably one of the few people on this website who has not experience the 90s at all. I was born in the year 2000. What's weird about this is that if I were to go back to the year 1990, I would be older than both of my parents.My mom would be 10 years old and my dad would be 13 years old.
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Would change my YOB to 1992-1994.
Being a 96'er means i skirt the Gen Z line.
I feel like I wouldn't be so pompous as I am now if I were born only a couple years earlier.
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