10 April 2015

5 Magic Items I NEED in my Life #Fandom5

It's Friday and isn't everyone just so excited for the weekend? (Everyone except us who work  on weekends where it's just more work days). Fridays are the best because I get to bring out a 5 Fandom Friday post, and let's face it, they're my favourite!

1. A pocket watch that freezes time: Need extra time doing anything? Wonderful. Procrastination just got a whole lot longer. I might like to add some extra functions like speeding time too (for when you're at work or stuck in traffic or some other horrendous task) but without all those nasty side effects I saw in Click (with Adam Sandler and Christopher Walken). A pocket watch will just go with all of my outfits too. I know I could go for the Time Turner but I really want to STOP time as well as travel through it.


2. Arvak (from Skyrim, Dawnguard DLC): Okay, I do have a car. A car is great to get around in but I have to pay tax, insurance and petrol. Let's not forget the hourly parking rate either if I want to drive to work. If I had Arvak then I could just summon a horse, ride it all the way from my home to work and not have to pay any of the above items. I'd also look badass, bro.


3. Money Tree: How good do sims have it? Be it the Money Tree in TS3 only gives $1 when they're in a bad mood and $40 when they're in platinum moods but either way that is free money. I've had sims live off that amount and become a lot more successful than me. I would definitely be interested in gardening if plants grew money. 


4. A device that always you to live an alternative life: Yeah, straight forward really. You just decide, oh hey, I would like to go slay a dragon, or ride a monster truck that is on fire, or go to a land literally made of chocolate. The Imaginater 5000 (marketable name, gives it some history, doesn't it?) creates this like like world where everything you want is real. Obvious side effects: reality sucks afterwards so you spend all of your time using this machine but there will at least be a social aspect so you can be with family, friends and lovers. It has everything, in theory.


5. My Future App: I've literally searched for something like this for so long. Obviously if this is something I am making up that is magical then I wouldn't need to fill in extensive life choices for a vague future calculation. I want a proper future-seeing app that updates whenever I make a new decision. That way I can see all the consequences for my choices immediately but, less ominously, get excited about cute things like babies and being old and wrinkly. 

What would your 5 items be?

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This post is part of Fandom Friday! A joint project started by The Nerdy Girlie and SuperSpaceChick to bring the geek community together.

14 comments:

  1. I think we would all love a money tree I would have a damn forest of them if they were real lol!

    ♥ Cateaclysmic ♥

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    1. Money forest! I'd never have to work again!

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  2. This is an amazing list!! The future app is great...though I can see myself obsessing about it CONSTANTLY haha.

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    1. Me too, but it would be so amazing too

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    2. Really cool idea. Love your creative list!

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    3. Thank you ^^ just using magic to make life easier haha

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  3. Love the list -especially the money tree; totally forgot about that one!

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    1. It should probably be on the top of my list!

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  4. Oh my word. A money tree would be the best thing ever.

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    1. That thing regenerates like 4 or 5 times a day - at least! We're gonna be rich

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  5. The Future app is an awesome idea, also quite scary!

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    1. It could be so good! Imagine if it had stats based on your choices like, so much potential! The psychics need to get on this

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  6. I need a money tree, totally!
    Love Vicki | victoriajanex.co.uk

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