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Old 10-12-2020, 03:46 PM   #1
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The Future because it's new, I've already lived through the 80's and the stone age wouldn't be very comfortable
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The Future because it's new, I've already lived through the 80's and the stone age wouldn't be very comfortable
I'm tempted to say future as well.
But I might say the 80s seen as I never got to experience that era . it looked cool .
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2019's looking good.
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I'm tempted to say future as well.
But I might say the 80s seen as I never got to experience that era . it looked cool .
It's been made to look cool because of recent movies/TV shows, the style was shocking though big hair, big jewelry, shoulder pads, bicycle shorts, leg warmers
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1960’s California/Los Angeles.

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My serious answer's a bit more boring. I'd love to have come of age around the late 80s/early 90s. Acid house, birth of britpop etc. I'd just love to have been late teens and early 20sing my way through that landfill. I know a lot of it was rubbish, but you can say that about most eras, and that's the stuff I'm most into.

The fact that something as abrasive and ****ing mental as Setting Sun was the number 1 song in the country and they had to put it on telly everywhere. Brilliant.

I want to live in a Suede song, essentially.
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Yeah true but it still looked Fun , but yeah the music and movies/ TV shows were classics .
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My serious answer's a bit more boring. I'd love to have come of age around the late 80s/early 90s. Acid house, birth of britpop etc. I'd just love to have been late teens and early 20sing my way through that landfill. I know a lot of it was rubbish, but you can say that about most eras, and that's the stuff I'm most into.

The fact that something as abrasive and ****ing mental as Setting Sun was the number 1 song in the country and they had to put it on telly everywhere. Brilliant.

I want to live in a Suede song, essentially.
The 90's was pretty cool to be a teenager in tbf I was mostly in to Grunge, not a massive dance fan but a big Brit pop fan also. Highlights music wise seeing Oasis supported by The Prodigy in pairc ui chaoimh in 1996 and Pearl Jam in Mill Street the same year, unfortunately I was only 13 when Nirvana played in Sir Henry's
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1960's....I loved the music and fashion.
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The 90's was pretty cool to be a teenager in tbf I was mostly in to Grunge, not a massive dance fan but a big Brit pop fan also. Highlights music wise seeing Oasis supported by The Prodigy in pairc ui chaoimh in 1996 and Pearl Jam in Mill Street the same year, unfortunately I was only 13 when Nirvana played in Sir Henry's
Hahaha fair dues. Seeing that line up for Féile 95 kills me, like.



Maybe it's good I wasn't of age. I'd probably never have recovered. I'd have been one of those blokes you see in high viz down the park now feeding the birds, writing Keith Flint Forever on lamp posts, getting monthly calls from social protection.

I love nostalgia but pandemic aside I have no qualms about the age we're in. Ireland's metal scene started to get proper belting last year, there. Finally had something I could fall into.
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The 1990’s deffo, specifically the later 90s.
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Maybe it's good I wasn't of age. I'd probably never have recovered. I'd have been one of those blokes you see in high viz down the park now feeding the birds, writing Keith Flint Forever on lamp posts, getting monthly calls from social protection.

I love nostalgia but pandemic aside I have no qualms about the age we're in. Ireland's metal scene started to get proper belting last year, there. Finally had something I could fall into.
Well fingers crossed next year won't be like this and you can back into it again. As **** as this year was it weirdly flew as well, like one long month
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Oh I thought other meant any time so I picked other so I'd just to back in time last week or something and win the euro millions but era ehhhh the 90s looked fun I was only a kid during it so would look up lottery numbers for then. Imma be rich no matter what
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I'd go as far back as Chelsea 2:1 man City a few months ago, but I'd prefer to go into the future and see what kind of integrated AI human species exists in a few hundred years.
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i voted future because i would like to see what technological improvements are to come


but i would also love to travel back in time, more so i could vote in older eurovision contests (back when it was still classy with loads of own language )
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Future could be a shout to see if Half Life 3 ever does come out
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No chance. Just a quirky spin off platformer where you play as the headcrab using your feelings and a brain scanner.
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Oh I thought other meant any time so I picked other so I'd just to back in time last week or something and win the euro millions but era ehhhh the 90s looked fun I was only a kid during it so would look up lottery numbers for then. Imma be rich no matter what
Yeah by 'other' it's literally any time period / era you want .
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I’d go back to before Di got serious feelings for Charles and warn her !

I’d prob go back and tip off John Lennon and Natalie Wood as well


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1960s.
For how life seemed to be then and for the music.
Reading back to the sixties often leaves me thinking we had so many answers to issues then, yet now we're back to the questions.

Or

I'd like to go back to the 16th and 17th century.
The time of Mary Queen of Scots and the Stuarts as the Monarchy.
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