"We are a collective geezer." Uffish, to Katya
Question #91912 posted on 12/23/2018 11:40 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Have you ever had a day where everything went according to keikaku*?

(*translator's note: keikaku means plan)

-Light...Turner?

A:

Dear Nat, 

It helps a lot if you don't plan because then it's impossible for things NOT to go according to plan. I expect I will have a lot of days where everything goes perfectly during the break because I have planned not to have any plans.  

Cheers, 

Guesthouse

A:

Dear Aziraphale,

Guesthouse was right when she pointed out how not having definite plans always results in a day going according to plan. However, I'm going to interpret your question as to whether I've had perfectly magical days, where every moment is laced with wonder, and as the day unfolds, it immediately transitions into a sparkling memory, transcendent in its perfect imperfection.

I'm not so sure I've had an entire day such as this, but I've certainly had long stretches where hours pass by in this perfect bliss. Moments where I've seemed to have stepped outside of time, and only reluctantly slip back into life once they're through. 

~Anathema

A:

Dear person,

No, but it doesn't bother me when things don't go according to plan most of the time. I tend to think of days as good days so long as nothing terrible happens.

-Sheebs

A:

Dear Keke,

Last Monday was actually reaaally close. It was pretty strange not gonna lie. I think I've only had 1 or 2 days 100% keikaku. One of those days was as a missionary and my companion and I were pretty shocked when all our plans actually turned out. It was a pleasant surprise.

Peace,

Tipperary