If you could be shrunk to the size of a flea, what would you visit?
I would ride on my cat and visit all of the places he goes when he runs outside.
This is weird but I dreamt that about a week ago. Instead of flying on my own I was is a little go cart with a propeller. I was swaying this way and that (like a fly) but I was still trying to control the steereing with my feet. I was tiny but not as tiny as a flea but as big as a fly and therefore - swatable.
What was great about the dream was that I had stealth mode so that nobody would swat me dead but in stealth mode would fly a lot slower.
i don't remember where I went. I was just flying in this open sled that was steered by the feet and the propeller was on top like a helicopter.
Just for fun, I would visit ever store at the mall after hours. Probably wouldn't do me any good trying on clothing though but it would be great just to shop without distraction.
I would hop around in your brain and hopefully become smarter; some of your brainpower is sure to rub off on me, right?
by stevemark122000 10 years ago
Or would we be exactly the same as we are now. For example: how high we can jump, how much we can lift in relation to our body weight, how far we can fall without getting hurt?
by quicksand 4 years ago
Ever Witnessed A Bird Trying To Teach Its Young How To Fly?I have. Recently someone spoke about having witnessed this awesome thing! Brought back memories. Aviation techniques by instinct I would say. Registered in the creature's DNA along with the compulsion to teach its offspring how to fly!...
by Taylorwise 8 years ago
Which superpower would you rather have? The ability to fly or the ability to be invisible? And why?
by subhasmittra 10 years ago
What is the purpose of stealth mode in Sukhoi SU-30 MKI?
by carol stanley 6 years ago
I have a brand new computer and t he print on HubPages is so small on editing, account hubs, and also forum. Is there anyway to enlargen the print?
by ngureco 5 years ago
How do you unshrunk clothes that shrunk in the dryer?
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