If you were a planet which would you be?
I'd be mercury cuz itz da hottest...
I'd be the sun, because the world revolves around me :tongue2:
I'd like to moon everybody :tongue2:
... but anywhere not suffering a shortage of large rocks would work.
Pluto, because my orbit is eccentric.
(Hmm... maybe it would make more sense to pick a comet )
That planet around 51 Pegasus. Fascinating, but obscure.
After thinking I'd be Pluto because it's the most remote, or Saturn with it's cool rings or Jupiter because it's full of gas, I'd have to say earth because damn it, I like the color blue, and waves crashing on the beach and a soft breeze in my face and birds in the sky and little animals.
I can't wait for it any longer...
I'd like to be Uranus. :rofl:
(for obvious reasons)
saturn is the coolest
venus because I'd be the most beautiful and the hottest (sorry DB because there is a hottest planet but it ain't mercury! :tongue2: )
I'd like to be Saturn or Neptune. That way, I'd be close enough to see Uranus !
(this thread was just asking for it, wot ?)
Alpha Centaury. She always see the business from far away. And she has the opportunity to watch strange things that others cannot.
Alpha Centauri is a star.
Me? Jupiter. Or, preferably, one of the moons.
"One of the moons" is a moon.
I knew it, but the Sun is also an star. And people here never take the question itself as the Bible. :yuck:
Why be a planet when you can be a galaxy? I'd want to be this massive thing:
NGC 1365 of the Fornax Cluster. It puts those ugly elliptical galaxies to shame.
Saturn totally fascinates me.
I think I'd go with Mercury because it's small, fast, and rather eccentric. That seems to describe me well.
Oooo can I change my pick? I wanna be the Earth so I'd be a live wire. But then I'm sure my liveliness would be lost amongst all you dead rocks.
Neptune. Dark swirling blue and remote. Thought to be boring before actually seen by space probe, it was actually found to be quite interesting with some of the solar system's most intense cloud movements.
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