Wednesday, July 30, 2008

What Will You Bring to a New Planet?


What if Earth will be destroyed, what thing would you bring to a new planet?

Me? I would definitely bring my eyeglasses! I have these defective eyes since high school so I should bring my eye glasses for me to clearly see what will be the form of that new planet where I am going to continue living. I would bring my eye glasses also because, I would like to see whether or not that new planet will be the same as Earth. Will it be happier? Will it be more colorful? Or will it just be worst. When that day comes that this Earth will fall, I would never forget to list my eye glasses in the things that I will bring when I transfer to a new planet!

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1 comment:

  1. I am not much inot games but hubby does, so this is interesting to me. Thanks for sharing Marky and have a great day
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