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posted by Good Wife @ 1:30 PM
Unquestionably the body of a thirty-year-old. That way, I could still look relatively okay (hopefully it would be a better looking thirty year old than I am right now, anyhow, hey?), and continue to gain wisdom and experience. Can you imagine what a sex machine a healthy hundred-year-old horndawggie could be, with the experience of delivering thousands upon thousands of 'gasms over the span of that century? WOOHOO. Where do I go to sign up, babycakes?
Silly question. Obviously, I would retain the mind. What good is the body without the mind? Alzheimer's is no fun and neither is dementia. I can deal with a broken down body but a broken down mind is no fun. Enjoy your mind and body while you still have it. BTW, is that your butt in that picture? No way it can be. Either you're really good with Photoshop and cropping or it's a picture. --Ass man
The body - I have seen people grow old with their wits about them and they are terribly miserable as their bodies get older and achier and start breaking down on them.
I'd want to retain my mind as long as I could read, write and speak. If I lost the ability to communicate along with the rest of my body functions I'd rather be a feeble-minded hottie at 100.
Humm, tricky, for me it would be the mind, as long as my eyes were included in the equation. What is the mind without the sensory inputs and outputs. But if I was drop dead gorgeous and my head rattled when I walked, then the body.On the flip side, with a mind that was as good as a thiry year old and with seventy years to go, there would be time to invent mechanisms to repair the body back to that of a thirty year old, and indeed make improvements ;-).
I think that if you'd retain the body of a 30 year old, your mind would obviously age, but it wouldn't rot. It would only gain wisdom and experience... sexual experience too.LOLPatrick has a good point! Also dangerouspenguin points out the thing that sucks the most about being senile. But then again, if we didn't suffer from seeing our dear old relatives age and fight a loosing battle against time, we wouldn't empathize with them and neither would we learn from them the importance and the value of time.
I'd probably want the body, to be more active, though it might depend on what kind of mind came with the body.
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