What would you do if you were invisible for a day?

What would you do if you were invisible for a day?

Every Wednesday we ask our Brain Game contestants one interesting, thought-provoking or just plain quirky question. Their answers will be published anonymously in Young Post. Then readers can vote for their FAVOURITE answer. We will eliminate the contestant with the LEAST votes every week until we have a winner.

The ultimate Brain Game winner will receive a pair of annual Gold Passes to Ocean Park.

The contestants


Contestant 1

Only for one day? Anyway, this is totally AWESOME! I would tell my mum, dad and brother that I’m invisible so they don’t get freaked out.

Being invisible, getting through the Hong Kong immigration would be a breeze, and hopping on to a flight to Taiwan or someplace close by would be too easy. I would see everything I wanted to see there, and since I am a really big foodie, I would eat in the most expensive restaurants.

I’d come back exhausted and drift off to sleep so fast I’d break all records.

Contestant 2

I know most people would say that they would play pranks on others or sleep all day if they were invisible, but I have a much better idea. I would help protect the endangered rainforests and their wildlife.

I would visit these rainforests and place micro-cameras throughout them. Later, once I was visible again, I would use the cameras to monitor the rainforests so I could prevent poachers hunting animals or people cutting down trees.

Also, because the animals might break the tiny cameras, I would design them to be self-repairing and biodegradable. I love animals and don’t want their homes to be destroyed.

Contestant 3

“If I were invisible I would enjoy the feeling of non-existence.” I got this from Tumblr.

I’ve got a comprehensive plan, check it out.

I would catch a plane to North Korea, and try to unveil the secrets behind this mysterious country, risking my life in the process
(so sad).

My destination would be Ryongsong Residence, where North Korean leader Kim Jong-un lives. From there, I would send a message to the outside world (with the help of a smartphone, of course) that North Korea is ready to abandon its cruel policies and rejoin the international community. What chaos would it create! The next step would be to take a selfie in Kim’s room (POSTING THIS IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN) and vanish into thin air.

Contestant 4

Just a day! That is not enough! I suppose I should plan my day well, then. First, I would steal some “black money” from dishonest rich people and give it to the poor. Second, I would go to the food court and eat some of those dishes that I’ve always dreamed about.

Finally, I would turn on the music and start dancing on the street, as if no one is watching. There would be actually no one watching as they wouldn’t be able to see me. And before the day finished, I would be sure to play some pranks on my friends.

Contestant 5

Do you know what’s going through my head? *tee hee* Oh, I would be bad. Oh so bad. If I realised I was invisible one morning, I would scream at the top of my lungs. Then I would go to school and scare people I don’t like with some “paranormal activity”. It would be fun watching rumours flying around among schoolmates and teachers.

Later, I would “visit” my friends with the phone in my hand. The next day, I can show them their reactions with accompanied explanations. *priceless*

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