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How do u think ur life will change if our life expectancy become 250 years? imagine ur worst (or best) scenario :)

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Asked by sumitha, 10 Dec '09 04:02 pm
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Well, I would not like to be in such a situation where a hundred year old will address me as his/her great great grandfather. Too embarrassing for a forever young man like me :))

I would not like to bore my people for such a long period. They already get tired of my silly jokes too soon, just imagine how they will bear me? :))

Imagine my dream girl Drew Barrymore as a 200 years old blonde.... :(((((

And worst of the worst possibility could be my family abandoning me saying "buddha aise toh jaane wala to hai nahi, chalo aise hee sahi....."

Seriously, it is not an amusing situation.. rather a dangerous one. That god that you are asking just a hypothetical question.... :))))
Answered by prashant sharma, 10 Dec '09 07:05 pm

 
  
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The worst case scenario would be the chances of going into a coma by the mere thought of it. Everything has a validity period with which it was originally planted or even manufactured. I would prefer to live with in that validity period -:)

The best scenario could be, we can ignore all the years that have passed by and start afresh as you were born today. But even then, 250 years is too much... you take mine and live for 500 years :))
Answered by Omega, 10 Dec '09 04:40 pm

 
  
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If I am in a tribal community I would have gone for 233 marriages.
That is marriage a year from 18th years of age.
If there is a shortage of brides, I would divorce and remarry.
Answered by Prakash Chandra, 10 Dec '09 04:16 pm

 
  
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It won't make a difference. Even now many of us behave like we are going to live here forever. :}
Answered by Manoj, 10 Dec '09 04:03 pm

 
  
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It will not at all be good or enjoyable.
Answered by HEMANT MEHTA, 10 Dec '09 04:03 pm

 
  
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