Scientists, being all sciency, got the bright idea to teach a group of mice to fear the smell of cherry blossoms. (???) The next two generations of offspring were ALSO scared of cherry blossoms... even though they had no reason to be. What the scientists concluded was that parents may pass memories to their kids. Probably not, but it sounds cool... or terrifying, depending on your point of view. Either way, it got us thinking; if you could have one of their memories, what would it be? If you're a disturbingly kinky freak, you might want the memory of your conception... but that's really f**ked up. Maybe they were at Woodstock or they won big at a casino. Whatever the case, today we wanted to know: IF YOU COULD STEAL THE MEMORY OF A FAMILY MEMBER AND MAKE IT YOUR OWN, WHAT WOULD IT BE?
His father was a test pilot in the air Force and was one of the first 500 people to break the sound barrier. He also trained astronaut Michael Collins how to fly a specific jet. Oh yea, and he was drafted by the Brooklyn Dodgers
Would like the memory of his father on the day he was born. See, his father is white, his mother is white, and yet, he's half black. Mama was a ho!
His aunt... she played Plinko on 'The Price is Right' when Bob Barker was host
Would like the memory of his father the time he smoked weed with Carlos Santana
His grandfather was a Marshall in Sedro Wooley and had a gun fight with bank robbers back in the day. Sounds cool, but I, for one, don't dig the idea of someone actively trying to kill me
His uncle was a swimmer in 1984 Olympics
Would like his mother's memory of seeing the Beatle's in there only Seattle appearance
His father is a super Green Bay Packers fan was at the "Ice Bowl" back in 1967. Seems cool until you realize that it was 5 f**king degrees
His grandfather stormed Normandy Beach during WWII... again, sounds cool, but the idea of Nazi's shooting at me is not appealing