I used to see how long I could stare directly at the sun, my record is 30 minutes, but now my eyes are really sensitive to light and hurt on bright days, so it was definitely not worth it
@Siska the Khajiit, your night vision is probably trashed too
@Siska the Khajiit, oh my..
@CounterCultureClown, nah my night vision is actually still pretty good, it’s just extended exposure to bright lights (more than an hour) start to hurt
Imagining the moon is following you.
@Proactive Citizenry , my dad used to pretend we were racing the moon
@Einhardt, that's adorable.
Man I loved doing this shjt. I still get lost in my own head riding as a passenger.
I didn’t imagine a person or superhero jumping the obstacles. Mine was always a guy on a dirt bike or atv.
@Fatpossum, I imagined like a guy grinding on the telephone wires
Picking a point in the distance, holding my breath and trying to get there without letting go
I always imagined we weren't actually moving forward but a black hole was pulling the ground backwards and the car was moving in place
I always imagined a Ninja that wasn't allowed to touch the ground
I thought I was the only one who imagined person jumping over obstacles
Staring out the car window as a kid before smartphones*
Squinting at street lights and turning head side to side.
i’ve never done any of this
@The Soviet Bear, Either you were never a child or you were too busy seizing the means of production to be amused by such trivial things
I always imagined the mirrors as guns that shoot lazer beams and would watch everything get cut in half as we drove by