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Corrupted Wish

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Here's a new game for you guys! It's called Corrupted Wish, and here's how it works:
The person above (that would be me, thank you) makes a wish, and then the next person tells how the wish goes wrong, and then makes their own, and so on. Please try to keep it appropriate, and don't argue. I'll start.

I wish I had a million dollars.
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  • You fly at 40 miles per hour straight into the side of a building, snapping your neck and leaving you almost completely paralyzed. You are incapable of movement, speech, or taking care of yourself in any way, so you are put on life support in your local hospital for the next 37 years, at which point funding runs out, and your family is forced to choose to pull the plug, thinking you are braindead. Your final moments are spent in agony as your organs slowly shut down one by one.

    I wish to die in some horrible, gruesome fashion.
  • Granted. You die in such a gruesome fashion, that you're practically atomized. The police never find your body, and your family keeps spending thousands of thousands of dollars looking for you. Your family looses all their money and ends up on the street.

    I wish I had a super computer.
  • Granted. It is one of the super computers from the 70's, and takes up your entire home, makes your energy bill sky high, and runs slower than the neighbor kids old laptop.

    I wish I had a clone.
  • Granted. You and your clone decide to go run off together and perform a variety of hijinks. You have fun, enjoy yourselves, and feel good. For a while. But you and your clone slowly begin to realize that neither of you knows one essential truth: who exactly is the clone? Which is the original dustpuffs? Does it matter? If you are both the same person and would logically make the same decisions in any given context, then what does that say about free will? Are you even the same person, or did your consciousness split at the moment of the clone's conceptualization? Neither of you can answer any of the multitude of existential conundrums that emerge. Slowly, surely, you both descend into madness, never to be seen again.

    I wish for a signed photograph of Brandon Lee as The Crow on the set of The Crow starring Brandon Lee.
  • Granted. The signed photograph is one printed off of the internet, and not a legitamate autograph.

    I wish I had more time to think.
  • Granted. You are bound so tightly that you are unable to move, locked inside of a sensory deprivation chamber, and then buried in cement. Now thinking is the only think you an do until you finally die of dehydration.

    I wish I would stop making mistakes.
  • Granted. You now do everything wrong deliberately.

    I wish I had a lion that would eat anyone who annoyed me.
  • Granted. Eventually, he massacres you after he realizes you annoy even yourself.

    I wish David Letterman would fix his teeth.
  • Granted, your teeth are replaced with his teeth.

    I wish I didn't have writers block.
  • You write the single worst piece of literature in human history.

    I wish for 26p and a packet of M&Ms
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