10 Things I Would Do in Westworld
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10 Things I Would Do in Westworld

I've always dreamed of this.

10 Things I Would Do in Westworld
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As a caveat, I do not watch a lot of Westworld. I've seen the first episode, and I have a good idea what the show is about, but I do not watch it religiously.

But, I've always wanted to be a cowboy. Who doesn't though? Who doesn't want to walk around, spinning pistols on your pointer fingers, acting like a total badass? Here is ten things I personally would do if I went into Westworld.

1. Rob a Bank

The robots in Westworld can't hurt the creators. So what would stop me from walking into a bank, Henry Rifle in hand, and demanding all the money? Nothing. Nothing is what would stop me.

2. Have a Threesome

In real life, I can't do this, partially because I would have to hire prostitutes to pull this off. That's sketchy as hell, and I might end up with an STD. But in Westworld, who cares? I could walk into a brothel, ask for two girls, and go have some fun. Plus their robots, I don't have to worry about any VD.

3. Be a Bounty Hunter

Since I am pretty much immortal, why can't I be on the other side of the law? If I took a trip to Westworld for a second time after I do the first two things, I would be a bounty hunter so I could just walk in to a criminal hideout, guns ablaze, and get all the scalps.

4. Get Breathtakingly Drunk

It's the Wild West, and bourbon is used as medicine. Give me a revolver, a large shot glass, and any form of liquor and let's find out what happens. I could have a really good time, or I could kill someone, but who cares? They're robots!

5. Blow Up a Water Tower!

TNT! Is anything as sweet as watching a water tower topple to the ground? To answer my own question, nothing is as awesome as that. Just topple the entire water source, and laugh as I probably destroy the town.

6. Peyote?

I would head over to the Indian tribe, and see if the creators gave the Indians real psychedelic drugs. Couldn't hurt. Why not visit cloud nine if there is no cops to stop me?

7. Ride a Horse

This one might be weird, but I've actually never rode a horse before. It looks so fun, majestic, and calming. Before I did anything, I'd probably ride a horse around for an hour or two, and just enjoy the wind in my face.

8. Break a Bottle Over Someone's Head

I might do this while I'm drunk, but it would be hella fun to just bash someone in the back of the head with a liquor bottle have basically no consequences. BAR FIGHT!!!!

9. Is that a... Machine Gun?!

I have a feeling the real people who run Westworld wouldn't like this much, but I would try to sneak an out of time period weapon into the park. Maybe an Uzi, or an AK47? Who knows? Mowing down robots would be entertaining.

10. Do Some Normal Old West Stuff

Again, I said that I would have loved to live in the Old West, so why not pretend I actually live in the Old West? Maybe learn how to rope cattle, or actually shoot, or any skill that people in the Old West had. Who knows? It's Westworld!

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