Various Twisted Questions

Forever Young
You are 50 years old and through technology have the opportunity to be transformed into a 25 year old. You would never get any older and you would have perfect physical health - mental health is not guaranteed, but you would probably be fine. As always, there's a catch - you have to give up all your material possessions and you would not be able to eat food because digestion is no longer a part of your human functions and you would die. To sweeten the pot, one transformation cost the same as 10, so you would be allowed to "transform" up to 9 other people who would have to abide by the same rules. You would not be protected against natural causes of death (i.e. getting hit by a bus, being mugged and shot, etc.), you would just never get physically ill. IS IT WORTH IT?
RE: No thanks.
with the way things are going, it seems like we are heading for a big landslide into bush mud.
(May 14, 2003 ~ 9:43 AM)
By mary j

RE: No thanks.
Yeah, just too much garbage and crap to deal with all over again!
(May 13, 2003 ~ 10:09 AM)
By ana lee

RE: No thanks.
really you are right. the world is just getting faster and faster and crazier and crazier.
(May 12, 2003 ~ 7:36 PM)
By mary j

RE: Oh, Hell yeah!
My potato friends are just common garden potatoes, I'm afraid. But man, can those spuds sing!
(February 25, 2003 ~ 9:26 AM)
By Shane McCarthy

RE: Oh, Hell yeah!
Depends what kind of potatoes you talk to...or do you converse with Yams or sweet potatoes like me???Overall, I'd say you're a card carrying member of Twisted LOL
(February 23, 2003 ~ 12:20 AM)
By Carl StrangeLifeForm

RE: Oh, Hell yeah!
Oh, excellent! Good show, Lone Ranger!! *smiles* Thank you for playing my game - you gave me a great giggle. And yes, you really are that twisted! *LOL* - I had forgotten about those three breasted aliens, but it's all coming back to me now. *giggles*
(February 18, 2003 ~ 10:06 PM)
By Wendi Cali

RE: Oh, Hell yeah!
You know, the FOX show questions where you got a bunch of money to live in the wilderness for 5 years. Of course, hopefully I wouldn't have to choose only one person to repopulate the earth with while I was busy being young, because I would just let humans die out. I'd get a bit lonely...hmm...
(February 18, 2003 ~ 6:45 PM)
By Leanne Enck

RE: Oh, Hell yeah!
naah. you are just honest. any one who says they aren't a little twisted is probably the MOST twisted. every one is. if you aren't you aren't normal. i admire that you will "go for it" i myself would rather sit back in safety. boring maybe but predictable. i like predictable.
(February 18, 2003 ~ 1:30 PM)
By mary j

RE: Oh, Hell yeah!
Wow! Okay, my profile: I am a Commerce graduate who would do a lot of things if the money was right - including selling my grandmother, eating horse rectum, running through a shopping mall naked, accepting my salary in pennies . . . I would love to be abducted by blonde-haired aliens with three or four breasts, even if they do eat their mates after sex. The only thing that keeps me sane is the friendship I share with my collection of singing potatoes. I always like to think that I would do the brave and noble thing in a situation of grave danger so that others might go free, but am not sure how I would really act in an actual dangerous situation. These are just a few things that I remember mentioning over the past few months . . . Am I really that twisted?
(February 18, 2003 ~ 4:34 AM)
By Shane McCarthy

RE: Oh, Hell yeah!
*?*
(February 17, 2003 ~ 8:24 AM)
By mary j

RE: Oh, Hell yeah!
it mite work. after all. you can still die by an accident, crime, or soeme unrelated health thing, it would be better than having health problems. but the chance of living too long mite tire me out. i find life is tough enough for "normal|" lifespan. i would not want to live any longer than that even if i was healthy and young.
(February 17, 2003 ~ 8:20 AM)
By mary j

RE: Oh, Hell yeah!
I'd do it...I tend to be quite the minimalist. This makes the FOX show look even better, because I wouldn't have to worry about food. Of course, I really wouldn't NEED the money. I would rather be older though, so I could run for president. Now, you wouldn't think the American public would vote for someone whose forever young and doesn't need to eat, but look at who was voted in THIS time. I couldn't profile myself with out a Bush slam in there...
(February 16, 2003 ~ 3:01 PM)
By Leanne Enck

RE: Oh, Hell yeah!
Okay, it would have helped if I read it correctly the first time *grins* I'm hypothetically 50 (not 30 where I only stand to gain five years) -- AND I have to give up all my material possessions... Okay, I'd still do it -- reducing to half your age with no physical illness would be great ---- and as far as giving up material possessions goes, I believe I've already announced my bohemian status more than once. And, remembering how I've answered questions in the past, this would leave me as... *grins*... a woman living on a deserted island with no material posessions who would forever be 25. She bathes by skinny dipping in the island-pond/lake or by dancing naked in the rain -- and, if must die by corporal punishment, will be electricuted (which suits her element loving bohemian spirit just fine). She would spend her free time rolling pennies that are dropped by air-freight as a raise from the company for which she works from home *grins*. In addition to working from home, she'd gladly walk over hot coals and/or snakes, or do other crazy stunts for cash, providing they harm none. Of course, she doesn't need the money because she has no material possessions, so she donates the cash to the needy. No matter how hungry she gets, she refuses to eat certain things, such as horse rectum or boiled dog, roast cat or fried monkey. Even though she's a kind, gentle soul, she would, given the opportunity, rather steal food than eat garbage or steal from the rich to give to the poor.... Oh, my gosh.. and the list goes on and on!!! *LOL* Based on your answers, what's your profile?
(February 15, 2003 ~ 9:13 AM)
By Wendi Cali
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