50 “what if …” Questions assignment

One of the assignments that we had to do was take a book (or other object) that we have negative feelings towards and write 50 ‘what if …’ questions about how we could change it to something positive. I didn’t want to do a book because I just didn’t feel that modifying a book into something else is a nice thing to do, so instead I am doing some reviews of one of our Puner vs. Snow books because they do make me feel very negative towards them, plus I will be printing them out to modify them and it isn’t important to me if I print them out myself. So here are the questions:

  1. What if I cut it into tiny pieces?
  2. what if I turn it into a paper airplane?
  3. What if I burn it?
  4. What if I soak it in water and put it in the freezer?
  5. What if I make a poem out of the words in the reviews?
  6. What if I shoot it with a bb gun?
  7. What if I tape it to a kite and fly it away?
  8. What if I tape it to a balloon and let it go?
  9. What if I eat it?
  10. What if I drive over it with a car?
  11. What if I make it origami?
  12. What if I shred it?
  13. What if I make a paper sailboat out of it and sail it down whiteriver?
  14. What if I tie it to a rock and throw it through a window?
  15. What if I mail it to myself?
  16. What if I use to line a shoe with a hole?
  17. What if I use it to play tic-tac-toe?
  18. What if I paint it?
  19. What if I use it to line a bird cage?
  20. What if I doodle on it?
  21. What if I write a love note?
  22. What if I create a short story out of the words?
  23. What if I make a ticker tape parade?
  24. What if I use it to lit wood in a fireplace?
  25. What if I stick it in a bottle and toss it in a lake/river/ocean?
  26. What if I make it into a paper funnel?
  27. What if I use to clean paintbrushes?
  28. What if I make it into confetti?
  29. What if I take pictures and use those to make a collage?
  30. What if I cut it into pieces and make a collage?
  31. What if I use it as a page in a journal?
  32. What if I write a recipe on it?
  33. What if I write comic strip ideas on it?
  34. What if I bury it?
  35. What if I fold it and cut it to make a snowflake?
  36. What if I fold it and cut it into paper dolls?
  37. What if I make clothes for paper dolls?
  38. What if I black out the words and turn the review into a good one?
  39. What if I use it to keep stats at a sporting event?
  40. What if I use it as a score pad in a game of Rummy?
  41. What if I wad it up and recycle it?
  42. What if I make it into a poster for my comic strip?
  43. What if I poke holes in it so it says something positive when a light is shined behind it?
  44. What if I use as a grocery list?
  45. What if I glue glitter on to it and turn it into a Christmas ornament?
  46. What if I cut it into a heart for Valentine’s Day?
  47. What if I use it as scrap paper?
  48. What if I fold it up and use it to prop up a table?
  49. What if I make a paper hand turkey out of it?
  50. What if I turn it into compost?

The professor also wanted us to literally sleep on the object, so why did she make us do that? Well, I really don’t have an answer but there could be a multitude of reasons for it, something like even though there is something bad close to you, that it will be all better in the morning and that you really shouldn’t worry too much about it. Life goes on, whether that negative is still with you or not, it shouldn’t be controlling your life or your thoughts.