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When should you have actually been born or are you content with being alive in the 21st century? What would be your time of choice?
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When should you have actually been born or are you content with being alive in the 21st century? What would be your time of choice?
Boom years.
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1980s *__*

or 3050
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600 AD (The Dark Ages).
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1980s & early 90s
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(Original post by Fickschlitten)
Boom years.
You mean after WWII? Certainly a stylish time.

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1980s *__*

or 3050

(Original post by rojina1)
1980s & early 90s
Huh, the 80s...really? Why?


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600 AD (The Dark Ages).
As long as 21st century medicine and sanitation could be incorporated I'll join you. Still, I'd probably prefer the 1920's.
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You mean after WWII? Certainly a stylish time.
Yep.
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You mean after WWII? Certainly a stylish time.






Huh, the 80s...really? Why?




As long as 21st century medicine and sanitation could be incorporated I'll join you. Still, I'd probably prefer the 1920's.
idk, but something about that era seems just so amazing. the films especially.
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1960's was a great time to be alive.

Well, not if you were JFK or MLK.
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Huh, the 80s...really? Why?
Michael Jackson, Queen, Care Bears, Pac Man and the other games on the NES, super bright clothes, He-Man, it was a much simpler time
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When should you have actually been born or are you content with being alive in the 21st century? What would be your time of choice?
I always say I was supposed to be my age now in the 1920s.
So I should have been born bang on the year 1900.

93 years earlier than I actually was.
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idk, but something about that era seems just so amazing. the films especially.
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Michael Jackson, Queen, Care Bears, Pac Man and the other games on the NES, super bright clothes, He-Man, it was a much simpler time
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Alright then Can't say I feel the same, but that's neither here nor there.
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I always say I was supposed to be my age now in the 1920s.
So I should have been born bang on the year 1900.

93 years earlier than I actually was.
Totally agree. The 1920s and 30s were something else.
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Totally agree. The 1920s and 30s were something else.
And go to Gatsbys parties.
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Jurassic so I can ride dinosaurs!
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I'd rather be alive now but my political views remind me of the pre-WW1 Liberals before they lost their way. A belief in free trade, an acceptance of social change but also a belief in eugenics and empire. A time when Britain ruled the seas and our politicians had ambition.
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And go to Gatsbys parties.
I think I'd be more of a Nick Caraway in that situation, observing human nature, instead of participating in the madness
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I think I'd be more of a Nick Caraway in that situation, observing human nature, instead of participating in the madness
I went as him to my friends gatsby themed bday party.

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I went as him to my friends gatsby themed bday party.

Good choice
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I'd rather be alive now but my political views remind me of the pre-WW1 Liberals before they lost their way. A belief in free trade, an acceptance of social change but also a belief in eugenics and empire. A time when Britain ruled the seas and our politicians had ambition.
As a non-Brit, I'll have to disagree, but I understand the appeal

Nevertheless, the time we live in is probably the best choice overall, particularly when considering matters such as healthcare.
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