Weekend Question Thread

If you could go to any fictional place, where would you go?

I should say 221B Baker Street but truly I’ve always thought pre-Game of Thrones Winterfell kicked ass.

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12 thoughts on “Weekend Question Thread

  1. Hobbes says:

    Yeah, I’m going to jump on the Lord of the Rings bandwagon and say somewhere in the Shire to get fucked up with some hobbits.

  2. MichaelF says:

    Not that I’m really into science fiction, but I could definitely see the utility of something like a holodeck.

  3. Elspeth Ravenwind says:

    Hogwarts…of course…but only when I’m not having a stay at Blandings Castle (Wodehouse) or popping in on Flavia at Buckshaw…

  4. Ariel says:

    The Weasley home during the holidays… the chaos of food, family, friends and laughter mixed with a bit of magic is my idea of a great day. If I am there Molly will have a monogrammed sweater for me, right? Happy Christmas!

  5. joel hanes says:

    Cerin Amroth

  6. adrastos says:

    I’d like to wander into Quark’s Bar on Deep Space 9 as long as they don’t make me eat Klingon food. I like my vittles dead.

  7. Diana says:

    Ankh-Morpork, or Nessus (maybe the House Absolute?(
    so many to choose from…

  8. MapleStreet says:

    I’m with you MichaelF. Just think of being able to live your deepest fantasies.
    To reply to the question, I tend to be a fan of nature from geology to flora and fauna. There are so many places that I would love to see. (And for that matter, if the places became popular, attracting too many folks could very well destroy what makes them unique in the first place).

  9. m says:

    “Toon Town” from “…Roger Rabbit”. Nothing but constant mayhem, and nobody ever gets hurt.
    Wait, does this question mean permanently, or just a short visit? Because on a permanent level Heaven sounds kind of nice. Cuz “Heaven is in your mind”, so I can dream up new places at will.


  10. pansypoo says:

    gotta go w/ the tardis.

  11. BlackSheep0ne says:

    Oh, Honor Harrington’s homeworld. Now, to decide whether that means Sphinx, where the Treecats began, or Grayson, where they’ve invaded …

  12. M31 says:

    Beorn’s house in the Hobbit. Tiny ponies bring you clotted cream, bread, and mead? Oh yes.

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