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- You have three hundred words to justify the deletion from time, space and memory a person, place or thing. Failure to convince will result in it being infinitely cloned and paraded on a billboard in front of your home forevermore. See all answers
- November 18, 2012 by j_simmerz
- You: extinct.
How would you feel being deleted?
I wonder what life would be like if I were to be deleted completely from everyone's life. I really don't know what they would think or do. I believe those whom do not know me well enough, who thought about me negatively because they fail to get to know me under my skin... they will think differently. Or they will finally know the truth about me. I'm sure there will be shock, faling tears, aching hearts, exasperation and sorrow. Most of all, no one I think in this very world can fully and truly replace me. I am unique, one of a kind, treasured. I think I'd fly around ghostly looking into everyone's life. I know at least some people do have me in their hearts and minds. Funny how when you die that's when people really begin to appreciate you. If it takes death to do that, I honestly feel the world is becoming desensitized.