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  • cyaneverfatcyaneverfat Member Posts: 527 Member Member Posts: 527 Member
    Flying pigs, candyfloss clouds, dinosaurs
  • Diatonic12Diatonic12 Member Posts: 32,347 Member Member Posts: 32,347 Member
    I hope there's no such thing as rebound weight gain with friends. I hope you can eat whatever you want with no consequences whatsoever. I hope there's an endless buffet table filled with dark chocolate covered cherries, gummy bears, licorice, pecan pies and espresso at one end...on the other end there will be all of the savory dishes. Potato chips and dips, lasagna and endless bowls of spaghetti and bread, bread, bread. Beds of bread. I luv bread y'all. I want to float around on a cloud of endless bread. A flying submarine sandwich.
  • Minion_training_programMinion_training_program Member Posts: 11,723 Member Member Posts: 11,723 Member
    an emergency exit
  • cyaneverfatcyaneverfat Member Posts: 527 Member Member Posts: 527 Member
  • mworeillymworeilly Member Posts: 260 Member Member Posts: 260 Member
  • bigjuicy1234bigjuicy1234 Member Posts: 22,577 Member Member Posts: 22,577 Member
    Not lightening because I'm sure I will be struck for just being there
  • phoenixrising5721phoenixrising5721 Member Posts: 2,252 Member Member Posts: 2,252 Member
  • Minion_training_programMinion_training_program Member Posts: 11,723 Member Member Posts: 11,723 Member
    an escape room
  • cyaneverfatcyaneverfat Member Posts: 527 Member Member Posts: 527 Member
    Pickles and lots of salt and vinegar things
  • renydo2renydo2 Member Posts: 2,144 Member Member Posts: 2,144 Member
    a nice golf course
  • Diatonic12Diatonic12 Member Posts: 32,347 Member Member Posts: 32,347 Member
    After hiking around Scotland and Ireland, I've always thought these places are heaven on earth.

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  • Diatonic12Diatonic12 Member Posts: 32,347 Member Member Posts: 32,347 Member
    I want to talk to Jim Morrison, Gregg Allman, Tom Petty and Sitting Bull. Then I'd like to ask George Washington some questions and thank my old folkaronies for making it through the roughest bunch of circumstances I could ever imagine. After that, I'm going to mill around and shoot the breeze with everyone I possibly can and swill espressos like there's no tomorrow.
  • SixxmotleySixxmotley Member Posts: 58 Member Member Posts: 58 Member
    oysters, bourbon, good music, great fashion, the best cocktail party ever
  • jacktherowerjacktherower Member Posts: 292 Member Member Posts: 292 Member
    Thicc blonde ladies
  • cyaneverfatcyaneverfat Member Posts: 527 Member Member Posts: 527 Member
    Prawn cocktail crisps, prawn sandwiches, jaffa cakes, wispa bars

    Fairs and galas

    Barn yard dances

    Cowboy boots

    Fairylights in trees
  • cyaneverfatcyaneverfat Member Posts: 527 Member Member Posts: 527 Member
  • cyaneverfatcyaneverfat Member Posts: 527 Member Member Posts: 527 Member
    Robin Williams, people from other dimensions, aliens, flowers as big as people (or bigger), Willy Wonkas chocolate factory
  • cyaneverfatcyaneverfat Member Posts: 527 Member Member Posts: 527 Member
    "My personal speculations: in heaven, our memories are restored. So many good times we can only vaguely remember, in heaven we will remember them, and the memory of them will have the same vividness as the original occurence.

    In this life, our joy is private. I can see my children smile, but I cannot feel their happiness, only see the outer signs of it. In heaven, I will feel their happiness as my own, and they will feel mine as their own.

    In this life, I can only see the world through my own eyes. In heaven, I will know how it appears through the eyes of others.

    I wonder about the childhood of my parents, my grandparents, all those things that happened before I was even born. In heaven, all this will be displayed to us clearly. I can only remember the names of half of my great grandparents, and none of my great-great-grandparents. In heaven, I will meet them and know them well, and I will learn all there is to know about every generation of my ancestors, and all their descendants.

    In heaven, we will watch history unfold, with all its joys (and its sorrows will not perturb us, for we will see clearly what joys those sorrows make possible), until the very end.

    Is this the only universe God has made? Maybe, he has made other universes also, in which things turned out differently. We will learn whether he has, and if he has, we will learn all there is to know about them also. I think of all the children who have died, who never had the chance to grow up and live their life – would any of them ask of God, "Could you make a universe in which I did not die, and show it to me?" What would God reply? If he can do it, and it would be good to do, then he will do it.

    I think in the end, I will have learnt so much, I will no longer be myself. I don't think heaven goes on forever, although I do think it is very lengthy (far lengthier than earthly life). I think our individualities are inherently finite, and eventually we will lose the ability to distinguish ourselves from one another, or from God. I think our conscious awareness has no end, but in the end our individual consciousnesses merge with each other, and are absorbed into the divine consciousness.

    And then, when only God remains, what next? Then I think God will create the universe(s) again, not in a new creation, but in the very same creation which he already has. God becomes all so that all becomes God, then God becomes all again, not in a new and different becoming, but in the very same becoming he already has."

    Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/Christianity/comments/b532gp/what_is_heaven_like/
  • PaperDoll_PaperDoll_ Member Posts: 30,815 Member Member Posts: 30,815 Member
    Cheese 🧀
  • cyaneverfatcyaneverfat Member Posts: 527 Member Member Posts: 527 Member
    Cosplay and dress-ups
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