What's one thing you wish you could relive again?

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  1. TheWarPathGuy

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    One of the worst things in life... you can't relive a moment again.
    I'd relive seeing a movie again. Any movie, mainly Marvel.
     
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    Meeting Peter Cullen again for the first time, I was so nervous and yet he was just the coolest dude. Despite my chances not being that great I still hope to see Frank in person someday.
     
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    Just one more day with the woman I loved.
     
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    Many, MANY inappropriate things come to mind, but I will go with the day my daughter was born. It was stressful, upsetting and generally heartbreaking -emergency C-section where she almost didn't make it- ,but it was the day my life truly started.
     
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    Nothing. I want to live my life to the fullest without any regrets or looking back on the past. I'm at my personal highest in life now and I'd trade nothing to give it up.

    Though I would wish to go back to before the pandemic and just make the most of the last days of "normal" as we knew it, chilling the fuck out with my friends, going to the mall and enjoying life.
     
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    The title reminds me of the Twilight Zone episode Walking Distance.

    In short it is about a man that goes back in time to his childhood.

    The summary (lesson) is that one should not live (dwell) on the past.

    Suffice to say there is no moment I would want to relive again.

    Those moments should be cherished never duplicated.

    The past should rest.

    No disrespect to any board members just my opinion on the matter.
     
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    I agree with you wholeheartedly, but I just chose one moment to add to the conversation. Otherwise it would be like going into a "favorite beer" discussion saying you don't drink.
     
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    Warriors Playoff game or my Junior Prom since i lost out on senior prom thanks to coronavirus
     
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    I kinda always wished for the super power "Time/Space manipulation". I never want to "relive" a moment as in experience it first person. I want the power to time travel and exist just outside of time. Think of it like being in a holographic world like the Holodeck, but you are invisible and intangible to the rest of the world. No one can see/feel/hear/smell you. No tasting either because that would be weird. I'd use the power to make it so i don't age while back in the past. I'd take a nice digital camera and video recorder and just watch me grow from around 2-3 years old till 11-12. So basically relive 8-10 years. Take tons of video and pictures. Then arrange them in chronological order. Take video/pictures of me watching cartoons or playing with toys. Me sleeping. Me in classes at school. Me in cub scouts. Truly candid shots. I can't change anything, just see it happen from a different angle. Plus do miscellaneous pictures of things like stores that aren't around or toy aisles at the toy store. The local theater chain in the 80s had video rental sections. Take photos of that. Just what ever fancies me.

    but as far as a do over type reliving, nah.
     
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    I want to relieve the hype for aoe it was real back then i almost even bought some stuff early
    Tlk had alot of hype but not as much as aoe but i want to relieve it again especially the sonic slushies lol
    Bumblebee had little to no hype for me until the last few weeks
    Cod zombies had a lot of hype for me back 3 years ago i want to relieve that hype again but i cant :(  i just get reminded how much better i couldve spent that summer
    Well now that high school is over for me i can definitely say my high school experience was robbed and i want to relieve that
    I want to relieve the times when i first listened to my favorite albums
     
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    Playing The Last Of Us or watching Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann for the first time.
     
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    Reading stuff like this is the quickest way to make me emotional. Sniff.

    Your daughter is seriously lucky to have parents like you.

    This is also a respectable answer.

    Things will be weird for awhile, but hang in there and before long we'll adjust to things.
     
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    In terms of entertainment...maybe seeing Force Awakens for the first time. My enjoyment for the movie has gone down significantly over the years, but the experience of seeing the movie on opining night was a blast. Back when nu-Star Wars was new and fresh and people were optimistic about the rest of the trilogy. Back when the fanbase was still mostly united.

    Another entertainment one would be seeing Bumblebee during the early fan screening. I drove to a nearby city to see it in a nice theater with reclining seats. After the movie, me and my friends ate at a buffalo wing place, where they were playing a bunch of '80s songs. It was a fun and memorable night, but unlike Force Awakens, Bumblebee has actually aged very well for me.

    For whatever reason, I'm pretty nostalgic for the year 2010. I was 14 at the time, and I recall it being a pretty stress-free and fun year. Unlike the preceding couple years, the recession was ending, so we didn't feel as tight on money. It was probably the last year I truly felt like a kid. After 2010, I collected toys less and spent less time on stuff like Legos and video games. After 2010, a lot of my neighborhood friends moved away, and I didn't really make many new friends until I started college in 2014. I don't know if there's anything specific I'd relive, but if I could relive an entire year, it would probably be 2010.
     
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    Just being with my late girlfriend again. More so the very first time I saw her. Not to be cheesy or overdramatic. But if you've seen the movie Big Fish where it talks about time stopping when you meet the one. That's how it was when I first saw her.
     
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    Relive the years 2001 to 2008. I wouldn't change the events that happened in that time period. Just experience certain events again.

    Like the awe I felt when I saw Transformers in theaters in 2007.
    Playing the Nintendo Wii for the first time.
    When Cartoon Network had awesome shows.
    The premier of Avatar: The Last Airbender.
    The day we adopted my late Chihuahua: Mojo.
    The day I found this fansite.
    The awesome music that were released in those days.
    And I guess you can say the bittersweet high school graduation.
     
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    Playing telltales the walking dead. That game series is so damn amazing
     
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    I used to ride a mountain bike A LOT. Like, six days a week. There were some nice trails at a state park just a couple minutes from home, and I would hit them nearly every day right after work. I became such a rock-hard-beast that I felt like I could cannonball through a brick wall and come out on the other side smiling. I had never felt energy like that before in my life. It was nuts. All of that physical punishment, though, started taking its toll on my body and I eventually had to give it up or kiss my knees and shoulders goodbye. I'd love to feel that again. I guess it's what runners call a "runner's high"...but on wheels...flying through the air...smiling...barrel-assing on the edge of my seat through the woods like a cocaine-fueled honey badger on Viagra.
     
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    :lolol  thread winner
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    Lol... That is EXACTLY what it felt like too. Not even the raccoons were safe...
     
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    10th grade - Halloween Night. Had a JV football game right after school. Two way starter and played special teams. Played damn near every snap. After the game went home, showered up, put on my Jason hockey mask, met up with my buddies and walked up and down damn near my entire hometown trick or treating without blinking an eye. Went home, played Genesis or SNES and gorged on candy without batting an eye. Now it seems like if I walk more than 20 feet I'm winded.

    12th grade - Played a couple of hours of pickup soccer with some buds. Came home to my Mom telling me I had gotten a ton of calls from my church league basketball team asking where I was. Turns out we had a game that night that I thought was the next day. Made it just in time. Got my minutes in (full court 5 on 5). Ran the court like a freakin' gazelle without batting an eye. Now if I jog longer than 10 feet I feel like my lungs are collapsing.
     
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