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    Live one 1,000 year Life
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    Live 10, 100 year Lives
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    65.38%

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    If you had to choose one ...
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    im waiting for the options...
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    instructions unclear, got penis stuck in the ceiling fan
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    Yes, what are we to choose between? :perv:
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    One life that lasts 1,000 years


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    Ten lives that last for 100 years each.
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    10 100 year lives
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    10 100 year lives for sure.
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    The second option! :yep:

    At least then you'd have 10 childhoods etc etc
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    (Original post by Blondie987)
    10 100 year lives
    (Original post by Katarvi)
    10 100 year lives for sure.
    (Original post by Indeterminate)
    The second option! :yep:

    At least then you'd have 100 childhoods etc etc
    I agree

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    (Original post by mkap)
    im waiting for the options...
    Can you not see them?

    (Original post by Mayhem™)
    instructions unclear, got penis stuck in the ceiling fan
    Don't know what planet you are on!

    (Original post by Fugey123)
    Yes, what are we to choose between? :perv:
    Live one 1,000 year Life

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    Live 10, 100 year Lives
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    10 x 100 year lives for sure!
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    1,000 year life

    The **** you'd know fam
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    Oh.

    On the one hand, you would be able to relive your entire life again 10 times and enjoy the same pleasures of childhood and adulthood in 10 different eras.

    But on the other hand, you would be able to acquire a vast wealth of knowledge (presuming you'd actually be able to retain this information) and be far more educated than your peers; you would be a walking history book.



    It would have to be the 10,000 year life. 100 years into my life I'd have the life skills to plan a happy future and accomplish things (be it academic, physical, emotional, etc) rather than have to return to square one again (with the added risk that my opportunities will not be the same as it was in my previous life).
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    (Original post by Indeterminate)
    The second option! :yep:

    At least then you'd have 100 childhoods etc etc
    You'd have 10 childhoods! But you'd get to live to 100 each time so that's pretty awesome.
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    (Original post by Katarvi)
    You'd have 10 childhoods! But you'd get to live to 100 each time so that's pretty awesome.
    Of course! Can't believe I said 100 :facepalm: :rofl:
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    Let me get this life out sorted before I start think about doing it 10x again...
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    (Original post by Indeterminate)
    Of course! Can't believe I said 100 :facepalm: :rofl:
    Dem pesky 0's, eh? :wink2:
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    (Original post by Katarvi)
    Dem pesky 0's, eh? :wink2:
    Indeed :lol: But failing at basic arithmetic is literally the most frustrating thing for a mathmo
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    (Original post by Indeterminate)
    Indeed :lol: But failing at basic arithmetic is literally the most frustrating thing for a mathmo
    Oh, well in that case.. there's no excuse.
    Shame on you! :naughty:

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    Jk, don't be so hard on yourself!
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    1000 year life
 
 
 
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