When I was a freshman in high school, we had to make these ridiculous “All About Me” posters that hung in the hallways of the school.
To answer your questions:
Yes: I did something similar as a first grader.
Part of my poster included some sort of outline of a hypothetical “perfect day.” I don’t know if this was a specific requirement of the assignment or something I stupidly dreamed up on my own.
Even though I don’t remember the specifics of that hypothetical 24 hours of perfection, I’m fairly sure it did not involve about an hour of watching DVR’d episodes of Jeopardy! with my boyfriend while we played a game that we invented that never really had a name before but I’m just-now-deciding should be called Cork Bucket*.
And yet, this happened today.
And it was a goddamn great day.
*If you watch Cougar Town, Cork Bucket is basically Penny Can, except, well – figure it out.
Oh, yes. The “perfect day” was definitely a *required* element. -_-
Y’know, for it being an assignment where we were supposed to express our individuality there sure were a lot of strict requirements… Wasn’t there a “favorite meal?” or some such nonsense required, too?