It would be quite interesting. That ability would be insanity, similar to the movies, for which, portray it. However, even the concept of being invisible...it would surely corrupt any singular person, without a doubt.
Therefore, I wouldn't want the ability. But, if had to live with it, because it was irreversible. Then, I cannot honestly say what I would do, because I am not in that position. Sorry.
I would go over to Lyrisingrays and see what she will come up with next. Hard to beat her present avatar however!
Spy on people, satisfy my curiosity... Have a few laughs startling people... Go a few places I'm not allowed to ... Find out who killed JFK... search area 51... Check out the Oval Office... Then I'd make millions as a Paparazzi...
(nice smiley btw baconmidget)
what about the grabbing of the a** and boobs? btw glad you like the smiley
If I was going to assault people (women) I'd probably do that visible or not, but I have enough respect for personal privacy/space to not 'sink' to that level...however if you'd of asked me 20 years ago...oh hell yes (I'd know exactly what Alyssa Milano and Pam Anderson felt like...lol)
Sneak into the movies, steal wallets, steal money, steal food, watch girls change.
get all the bad guys and ladies out and make the world a more better place to live in.
Based on some dealings I have with some people, I am under the distinct impression I may already actually be invisible.
by Kate Swanson 8 years ago
With the all-black site heading, the "start a new Hub" button has become all but invisible - dark green against a black background.There have been two posts by Hubbers in other threads who were lost and couldn't find where to start a new Hub.
by CaravanHolidays 7 years ago
How would you make use of the ability to become invisible?Reports have been leaking recently of attempts by certain governments to actually make their secret agents invisible - so, perhaps the technology is not as far away as we think it is...
by Om Prakash Singh 9 years ago
I watched a Bollywood movie when I was a kid. The main lead in the film had a watched which when put on the wrist would make the person invisible.The logic was, light used to just cross the body of the person. Since light did not get reflected from his body so no one could see him.Now here is the...
by Angela Harris 10 years ago
After watching a certain unnamed movie, my daughter and I got on the discussion of superpowers. If you had the choice, would you rather be able to A) be able to become invisible whenever you wished? (not stuck being invisible all of the time or B) be able to teleport from place to place as quickly...
by Jessee R 6 years ago
All those in favor please drop a message... I think we do.... Expressions help in showing excitement and establishing a more proper connection, Also... I agree with the fact that the power of words is mightier and greater but just for the fun of it..Hubpages authorities.... please listen to...
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