If you could be an animal for a day, what animal would you choose and why?
When my wife and I had a cat, it would sleep approximately fourteen hours a day ... we'd often say, "I wish I was a cat. That looks like a pretty good life.":
I would rather be a bird so I could go exploring without using my legs as I have bad arthritis in both knees. Imagine the fun you could have exploring !
I would be a hoverfly for about an hour and half after which time I think I'd be totally exhausted and ready for a sit down. But in that 90 minutes such aerial gymnastics I'd perform! From flower to flower like a crazed plane, sipping nectar here and there as if there was no tomorrow (there isn't!); shooting off suddenly to stop in midair, somehow, some way, hovering just above a bloom, just above your hand, just above your finger before, with the gentlest most careful descent, settling on your skin almost weightless.
If I could choose any animal I would choose to be an alligator. I think it would be great to bask in the sun all day and take a swim when I wanted while seeing everything under the water.
As a writer, I have to wear many hats to deliver dialogue and prose in a way that the reader doesn't know I'm there. Not only that, I have to do this for a multitude of characters, situations, and settings. For this reason, I would have to choose a chameleon: always there, but unseen in the background.
by ii3rittles 7 years ago
If you could be an animal for a day, which would you choose and why?I've asked this question to a lot of people because it allows us to express ourselves through feeling another creatures life. I would choose to be a tiger. A tiger is strong, one with nature and fears nothing. It's everything I...
by Cristale Adams 5 years ago
If you could be any real animal, which one would you choose and why?I would choose a female cheetah because she is fast, hunts alone, and has retractable claws!
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