This is what’s going to happen on my first month on Mars: I would invite my friends and we would have a party. We’ll have games while we floated around the gravity-less land. I’ll save the Martians from the prying eyes of humankind, just like in Phineas and Ferb (where Candace does the same). And they’ll make me their queen. When I’m queen, I’ll have super-fast internet connection for tweeting or blogging or downloading music. Basically, I just went to Mars to become a royal. As long as I protect my Martian friends, I would stay as one. On Earth, I would be famous as the girl who lived on Mars and there would be a plaque just like this:
Here’s a supercoolhyperdrool vintage video about having fun on Mars:
The travel time to Mars will take about seven to eight months. Imagine what you would do in seven months and you get to spend it on a spaceship eating frozen canned goods, exercise for 3 hours daily, constantly get your life threatened by solar storms and take a bath with wet wipes. But nonetheless, you are still going to partake in a legendary experiment! That’s not a bad way to live life.
But if things don’t go your way and Earth is just going to attract you with it’s 9.8 m/s^2 acceleration and just make you homesick that you plead to the world that you want to go home, you can always watch films and documentaries about the outer space and its elements. Living on Mars will literally be so fun that you die. But there is a chance that you might get picked as the next girl/boy to get to Mars.