People Reveal The First Question They'd Ask After Waking Up From Cryogenic Sleep
Suddenly, you're awoken. What does the world around you look like? Who's woken you up? Why were you in cryogenic sleep in the first place? These are all some questions to ask yourself. But then, what will your life look like from the moment you awaken?
jaredthejerry asked Reddit:
Do any of these questions match your own?
Library Is Open
I wouldn't say anything, but I would think, "Can you read my mind right now?" Just to rule out some sort of digital telepathy.
200 Years Is A Long Time
Where's the bathroom
A New World
It's the future. My parents, my coworkers, my girlfriend. I'll never see any of them ever again... YAHOOO!!!
Did George R. R. Martin release Winds of Winter yet?
Coffee? Is weed legal? Can I get some coffee and weed
I Need To Know
What happened in the last 200 years?
Have we figured out what to do if haters dab back?
The Small Things
I NEED TO KNOW WHERE TO FIND ALL VIDEO GAME CONSOLES FROM THE LAST 200 YEARS.
Imagine the film and videogame binge you could have
Who Lives On Drury Lane?
DO YOU KNOW THE MUFFIN MAN?
Put Me Back
Why did you bring me back?
Are documentaries still a thing? Give me every single one you have on the Trump Presidency. Stupid end-of-season cliffhangers...
It Still Exists, Right?!
Where's the nearest Taco Bell?
Sticking To Old Ways
Considering that the most common question I ask after waking up from surgery or other unconsciousness is "What the f-ck?" it would probably be that.
How Many Parsecs?
Have we figured out faster than light space travel?
How much is bitcoin now?
Morbid Or Just Curious?
I'd look up all my friends and family on facebook and read the RIP posts
Has Japan came out with genetically engineered cat girls yet? Or at the very least lifelike robots?
A True Mystery
What happened with the Trump administration?
Was the Riemann Hypothesis proved?
(In mathematics, the Riemann hypothesis is a conjecture that the Riemann zeta function has its zeros only at the negative even integers and complex numbers with real part 1/2. It was proposed by Bernhard Riemann (1859), after whom it is named.)