I haven't had fun for a very long time. For the last 6 years I've been focusing on school so much that I forgot to have fun. So I'm going to make a list with 100 fun things that I want to do, and I'm going to film all these things and put them on Youtube.
- Decorating the house of someone I don;t like with spaghetti (in the middel of the night).
- Waking someone else I hate up in the middle of the night by hiding a stereo in the bushes in front of their house, playing porn sounds on maximum volume.
- Telling the exact truth for one day, and saying everything that comes in mind.
I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
- George W. Bush -
I havn't really thought of many ideas, but I'll come up with a few right now
-Inventing potions to change genes and somehow defy logic to invent super-power potions
-(I've thought about this maybe even hundreds of times) Connecting some sort of machine to people's heads and getting them to actually create visual images inside their head of anything they are thinking about. (Don't get the wrong idea, ) These images can be projected into reality by some special sort of monitor which people can see.
-Changing personalities to confuse friends.
-Experimenting with food and drink.
-Inventing time travel.
-Creating 'Everything' shops which sell everything.
-Donate (my currently non-existant) 50 million dollars towards charity
Oh and making artificial plants to convert carbon dioxide into oxygon.
Similarly, creating machines of some sort to convert carbon emissions/greenhouse gases into harmless elements or even concrete things. Like food (Which I think about now, wouldn't taste that great)
"Develop interest in life as you see it...the world is so rich, simply throbbing with rich treasures, beautiful souls and interesting people. Forget yourself." -- H. Miller
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(I'm sitting comfortably at the desk, with both feet on the desk, my arms typing under my legs, and my knees higher than my shoulders. But that's not it.)
I read a book at the bookstore about recycling/refurbishing your clothing. And then I thought, "It would be easy to make cool clothes if I knew how to knit. Forget that, I already crochet, so why would I want to knit? I'll build a knitting machine!!!" I was on my way to work, so I jotted down ideas on a receipt as I drove.
"It'll be so great!" I thought. "It'll make perfect stitches, the patterns will all come out right, I'll have cute clothes, and it'll be foot operated or electric if I want to go do something else!" I even went to the library and tried to find books on machine making (didn't find anything useful from a computer search, though.) I looked online and saw how much it would be to buy a knitting machine, so building my own seemed that much more advantageous.
Totally so much better than using some sticks. Much more practical, too. NOT