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Where do you see yourself in 50 years?
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30 / M / Waterloo, Ontario
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Posted 10/10/14
I also see myself living in the database lol.
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Dead. I have no plans of growing old.

Die beautiful.
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I don't think I'll live that long to be honest.
Posted 10/10/14
I used to think being old would suck wieners, but one of those guys who just won the Nobel Prize in physics is like 81 years old. Soooo, I guess you don't have to be useless/boring when you get older.

And to answer the question, hopefully not retired. I want to be working a career that is positive for society 4lyfe.

*The judges are immediately impressed by HandTye's answer to the question, and unanimously decide to crown him Miss America. Tears of happiness fall down his rosy cheeks, as the crowd gives him a standing ovation.*
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68 / M / Columbia, MO
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Pickled in formaldehyde wearing 2030-era street clothing, blue-suede shoes, posed upright with a shit-faced grin plastered on my lackadaisical farce of a face next to the 1 known juvenile Sasquatch to encounter capture. Location: not that you'll ever find me but down in the multi-levels of stored iconography somewhere in an abandoned basement at the old Smithsonian Institute building in Washington, D C.

Originally intended to be fitted in a large aluminum trash can and shuttled off to a municipal dump somewhere in East St. Louis, Illinois by my last known niece and nephew something unusual occurred while enroute to a visitation of the Cahokia Indian Mounds located across the river. It seems their car broke down due to mysterious circumstances (likely water in gas or runaway mule not running fast enough while ambling along in the passing lane). Rather than remain hostages to a AAA affiliate service vehicle still 50 minutes away my nephew likely dialed a jumble of numbers on his iphone while simultaneously asking Google for the latest St Louis Cardinal baseball score. It's magical what a few ingested beers can reek when the initials StL look amazingly similar to SIU. Unknown to him a quasi-governmental agency was summoned.

First to arrive at the breakdown site was a passing state official enroute to a seminar. While trying to assist the official, upon examining the situation, whiffed a presence of putridity not experienced since a mass burial of dead fish found in a navigable waterway situated nearby (Wahoo! Dynamite, still a viable alternative to fishing worms). Upon sizing up the sitiuation after inspecting my shriveled carcass rotting away in the rental U-Haul trailer and deciding my relatives were tettering upon the brink of collective insanity this intrepid would be Savior suggested a paper solution.

Ah, let no good deed go unpunished. It seems a destination acronym spelling error was committed by this EPA affiliate. It's ashamed, a man who worked very hard to attain a PhD in archaeological relics (probably SIU, Carbondale campus) while acting as the interim Regional Homeland Security's Adjutant Administrator signed off on the requisite dump permit which should have read "send to the nearest S H I T H O L E" but instead read as "send to the nearest S M I T H ******".

A later investigation into this matter determined that the illegible writing on the form with accompanying garbled recorded oral directive was account an overwhelming acrid pall present in the immediate atmosphere where no mortal soul would be safe while inhaling this and chatting up simple-minded, entry level potential weeaboos (my relations whose names have been removed to protect the guilty).

FINI

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I will be one of the following:
1) An irritable old man with enough land, guns, and resources to not give a damn what people have to say.
2) A pissed off old man with plenty of guns and resources and not enough land to not piss off his neighbors on a daily basis.
3) A very pissed off old man either fighting in WWIII or living an uncomfortable life due to stupid people (reference statement one if anything is unclear).
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Me in 50 years
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21 / F / The Flying Pussyf...
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Well in 50 yrs I will be almost 70 well maybe I will have grand kids I'm hoping. Hopefully a dog at my side and many achievements under my belt. Then on my 70th birthday I would go skydiving again. Hopefully I will be married too.
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29 / F / Chicagoland ~
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I'd be almost 80 if I was alive, so I couldn't possibly see myself as anything other than dead. If my health is fine, then so be it, but I doubt I'd ever want to live that long.
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22 / M / California
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Sitting on a rocking chair.
Posted 10/11/14 , edited 10/11/14
I'd probably be trapped inside a VRMMORPG , and come to be known as a laughing coffin member lol.
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24 / M / Denmark
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Posted 10/11/14
50 years, huh..
Id be 72, by then. I would prolly go for the VRMMORPG-idea, since i dislike this place a whole lot right now. ^^
Currently counting a single person, i genuinely enjoy being around and talking to.

If not VRMMORPG, then i would hope there would be a solution to this never-ending problem called Death.
Usually, all we speak of is the eternal hell of reliving memories of a past century, and regrets when we think of "Eternal Life".

All i think is bliss.. I dont want to disappear, even if i do think this life is hell and with very few exceptions to that term.

Bring on the Solution to Death, and throw me some VRMMORPGS.
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25 / F
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Posted 10/11/14
Babysitting my grandchildren

Or dead
Sogno- 
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Posted 10/11/14

xFloyd wrote:

Me in 50 years


this is beautiful
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As your immortal goddess, Nonon Jakuzure, I shall be composing the latest symphonies for your unworthy ears. That, or I'll be dead. Something to that effect, one way or the other.
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