It looks like the Mad Hatter might appear.
Yeah, it does now that you mentioned it! Do you suppose it secretly belongs to him?
I thought of him as soon as I looked at it, it is shaped like his hat.
I think everyone know that, if you push it bad things may happen. When is a red button associated with something good?
When it can be used to silence annoying people! Sometimes, I wish there was one on people's forehead just so you could politely and effectively quiet them :-)
When it is connected with red in the rainbow.
I guess now we will never know what was meant to happen. The OP has pushed the button and is no longer on HubPages.
Perhaps the OP escaped into an alternate dimension. Or, not. As there are two inactive users on this thread. I will not be pressing that button!
Do you think every time someone pushes that button it opens another dimension into the Twilight Zone? Or a parallel universe where people are actually nice to each other?
The Twilight Zone is such a scarey place! Take my word for it. LOL
It looked old fashioned anyway so I guess it would not have done anything dramatic. More worrying would have been a virtual button with numbers counting on the display board.
I agree, he does. I could just see him pushing it and see a cloud of smoke/steam shooting down while he shoots up! lol
Shall we pursue pushing it? It may send us back a couple of years or more just like what it seems to look like. There may even be steam.
Oh yes, let's pursue it! My fingers are hovering over it now :-)
Let me know how you do it. I clicked it and I pressed 'reply' but nothing happened.
"No clickie" on the actual picture. Only figuratively speaking :-)
Spoiler alert - it's here if you were wondering. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File: … Button.jpg
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