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    I'd travel back to 1940 for the birthday treat of witnessing Churchill's 'We Shall Fight on the Beaches' speech in Parliament.
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    Back to before I made a Facebook account and not make one.
    Why, are you addicted or..?

    (Original post by Alrounder79)
    I was 3 and have no memory of him. But I know a lot about him from what my mum's told me and I've seen some films he directed/was in and heard some of his songs (he was famous in Bangladesh)!
    That's amazing, it must be nice to look through the films and watch him act in them :ahee: he was a singer too? Very talented.

    (Original post by Ser Alex Toyne)
    Battle of Agincourt and meeting Henry V

    Or I'd get a selfie with Richard III
    Can I ask why that particular moment in history? And why Henry V, what would you do for the hour you met him?

    (Original post by z33)
    yeah that was like the worst day ****ing ever but he finally escaped the allegations and all the other **** the media was causing for him

    well sad songs yeah i do feel sad but I can rock out to You Rock My World and songs like that I can celebrate his life
    It's a shame he got so much negative press in his life, he couldn't catch a break Aww yes, celebrating his life is the way to go
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    (Original post by a noble chance)
    I'd travel back to 1940 for the birthday treat of witnessing Churchill's 'We Shall Fight on the Beaches' speech in Parliament.
    Birthday treat?
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    Find out the lottery results of a particular day
    Buy lottery ticket, when going back in time
    Profit.
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    (Original post by The_Internet)
    Find out the lottery results of a particular day
    Buy lottery ticket, when going back in time
    Profit.
    :rofl:

    Wouldn't you be tempted to go back to some place historical and meet a famous person?
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    You really don't want people to misread the text with them capital letters

    I've always wanted to go to medieval Britain to see the shock on their faces of a black man, probably for the first time, speaking English (If they speak Latin I'm screwed ) and to also just inform them of what has happened in the future Spoiler alert for them
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    (Original post by starlight82)
    :rofl:

    Wouldn't you be tempted to go back to some place historical and meet a famous person?
    Yah, but you only gave me a single hour! Besides, being a non white guy in say... 17th century England perhaps isn't the best place to be! Nor is it a good place to be in what was then India, when I barely understand the language
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    Administer oestrogen supplements to Alois Hitler (Schicklgruber). And then shave his moustache as a souvenir.
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    (Original post by starlight82)
    That's amazing, it must be nice to look through the films and watch him act in them :ahee: he was a singer too? Very talented.
    Nice but get's me emotional tbh. But yeah, so talented. He was a poet, singer, songwriter, actor and director. And definitely passed some talent onto his children.
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    Go back to the biggest lottery ever paid out, with the numbers from the future memorised ofc, and win it.
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    (Original post by starlight82)
    Can I ask why that particular moment in history? And why Henry V, what would you do for the hour you met him?

    1) I've always wanted to witness one of the most iconic battles in medieval history
    2) Henry V was IMO one of the greatest British monarchs and he's done some truly amazing things. He was determined to regain the lands in France held by his ancestors and he laid claim to the French throne. He captured the port of Harfleur and on 25 October 1415, he even defeated the French at the Battle of Agincourt.

    So he was pretty cool. I'd love to ask him how he does it.
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    I'd go back in time to the room of awesome genius's parents whilst they were conceiving him.
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    I'd go back about 1 minute ago when my past version of myself is just about to go back. Then eventually he would go back in time to the past version of himself and start an endless string of myself going back.
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    (Original post by starlight82)
    That's a sweet sentiment Were you born when he passed, if you don't mind me asking?



    That would be fascinating :ahee:



    Lol, what advice would you give yourself?
    tell myself what is going to come up in each exam,general advice,tell myself the tricky questions that come
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    (Original post by ChocolateCosmos)
    Administer oestrogen supplements to Alois Hitler (Schicklgruber). And then shave his moustache as a souvenir.
    I saw you change your answer, both made me laugh :rofl:

    (Original post by Alrounder79)
    Nice but get's me emotional tbh. But yeah, so talented. He was a poet, singer, songwriter, actor and director. And definitely passed some talent onto his children.
    Ahh that's nice, are you interested in those areas too?

    (Original post by SeanDaMan)
    Go back to the biggest lottery ever paid out, with the numbers from the future memorised ofc, and win it.
    Apart from that, would you be tempted to go back in time to meet anyone famous or witness a particularly famous historical point in time?
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    Straight back to the womb so i don't have to deal with the horrors of this world
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    (Original post by LeyK)
    You really don't want people to misread the text with them capital letters

    I've always wanted to go to medieval Britain to see the shock on their faces of a black man, probably for the first time, speaking English (If they speak Latin I'm screwed ) and to also just inform them of what has happened in the future Spoiler alert for them
    The capitals letters were to catch your eye, LeyK and it has worked lol I like your answer, they would be dumb-founded :lol:

    (Original post by The_Internet)
    Yah, but you only gave me a single hour! Besides, being a non white guy in say... 17th century England perhaps isn't the best place to be! Nor is it a good place to be in what was then India, when I barely understand the language
    An hour is all you get You're right, it would be difficult to go back that far back lol, better stick to de monies then
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    (Original post by starlight82)
    As title. You can visit a historical event, meet someone from the past or even go back to a place in your own time line. Only catch is that it's for ONE HOUR, so how do make it worth it and what do you do?

    You can be as serious, funny or as creative as you like
    Observing myself at a random time around the age of 6 playing outside where my childhood home is with all my childhood friends
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    (Original post by Bupdeeboowah)
    I'd go back in time to the room of awesome genius's parents whilst they were conceiving him.
    Perv!!!!
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    (Original post by Awesome Genius)
    Perv!!!!
    Watching them isn't really my intention actually...
 
 
 
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