Dropping writing and drawing because my mom wanted to send me to a mental hospital, moving out to live with an abusive boyfriend when I was 18, burning all kinds of bridges and getting fired from multiple jobs, stuff like that
Going back in time would be interesting, going forward would scare me. Is there a limit on our time traveling? What if you go past the beginning of time, or even worst and go forward witness the "theoretical end" of the universe. D:
NamelessTreasuresFeatured By OwnerNov 16, 2012Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hm, I wouldn't do either, I'd be afraid I'd screw up time. x) But if I were forced to choose, I'd go into the past, just to see if some of these events in history really happened like they say they did.
TheSpiderFromMarsFeatured By OwnerNov 15, 2012Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Backwards, to the seventies, and maybe late sixties as well. The culture of that era suits my personality much better than this present one. I've always claimed that I was born a few decades too late...
Forwards would be cool if I can come back if the future is too foreign and confusing for my tastes. But it would be cool seeing all that technological advancement. Frankly I think visiting a thriving human colony on the moon would be more fun than visiting Europe in the dark ages or seeing our parents grooving out to crappy 70's rock
Having said that, I might go back to the 90's. Not a very far or creative leap, but it's probably the only time where life was close to being as easy and comfortable as it is now, minus all the crap we having complicating our lives today. I miss the days where everyone wasn't glued to their iPod/iPhone/mobile/laptop (even though even I'm guilty of one of those, see, it affects us all and we can't get away from it! ) Plus TV and music then didn't suck as hard and the videogames were legendary