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#2 Posted by ModernAlkemie (376 posts) -

A cat that may or may not be dead.

(Actually probably dead)

#3 Posted by Cincaid (3048 posts) -

I'm guessing on feces.

#4 Posted by Marcsman (3381 posts) -

Gold I say

#5 Posted by Nottle (1933 posts) -

Recipe for a cure for cancer? That would be kind of badass, and a dick move at the the same time since its' been in storage for a century.

#6 Edited by LTSmash (712 posts) -

It will contain lutefisk, which I've heard smells like the above named items.

#7 Posted by Akrid (1391 posts) -

This sounds amazing. I will be watching!

#8 Posted by BonOrbitz (2412 posts) -

Trinkets and baubles.

#9 Posted by Jams (3043 posts) -

That'd be great if he just mind fucked everyone by acting like he was really an alien or that he's really from 2012.

#10 Posted by Renahzor (1032 posts) -

A magazine cover featuring black ops 2.... elaborate hoax! Don't lie, it would still be amazing.

#11 Posted by the_great_skenardo (120 posts) -

It contains massive spoilers for Peter Molyneux's "Cube"

#12 Edited by NTM (8518 posts) -

The only copy of Half Life 3, with a bomb strapped to it. Also, I can't understand what they're saying, but I'm sure it's all very interesting. Also, this is going to happen in a few hours. This is a little early, dang.

#13 Edited by EarlessShrimp (1803 posts) -

A note which simply says: "I can't believe you fucks waited 100 years to open this thing."

edit: Sucks, the computer I'm on won't let me watch... Someone will have to enlighten me later!

#14 Edited by Aegon (6777 posts) -

A confession. Or, I dunno, some uninteresting shit.

#15 Posted by the_great_skenardo (120 posts) -

The other thing is that odds are pretty good it's going to be something written down, and since I won't understand the commentary, I guess I'll have to wait until it pops up on a blog somewhere.

#16 Posted by nintendoeats (6150 posts) -

Something that seemed really interesting 100 years ago. That in itself will probably make it interesting to us, but possibly not.

#17 Posted by FlarePhoenix (423 posts) -

A note saying "The Cake is a Lie"

#18 Posted by BaneFireLord (3105 posts) -


#19 Posted by chilibean_3 (1848 posts) -

Nothing interesting. Turns out the unopened box was really in you all along. You just needed to believe.

#20 Edited by Jack268 (3368 posts) -
EDIT: Just open the damn package already damn it
#21 Posted by Renahzor (1032 posts) -

Wait, I revise my previous guess. Inside this package is a smaller package that says "Do not open until 2112"

#22 Posted by Silvergun (298 posts) -

A formula to revolutionize the use of whale oil, enabling horseless carriages that can achieve in excess of 10bhp!

#23 Edited by NTM (8518 posts) -

Watch it be just some dentures of his and a rusty turd, if turds could rust. Or maybe he bottled up a fart for the people sitting there to sniff.

#24 Posted by Illuminosopher (353 posts) -

philosopher's stone

#25 Posted by RazielCuts (3092 posts) -

I'm surprised people have shown restraint and actually waited the 100 years.

#26 Posted by ripelivejam (6626 posts) -

a miniature piano, and a 12 inch pianist *chortle*

#27 Edited by NTM (8518 posts) -

Are all these people there for just the box? That's kind of crazy. What if it's nothing special at all?

#28 Posted by Xeirus (1496 posts) -

I'm betting it's a confession letter or something weird like that, I'm curious why the person said 2012... maybe to ensure they were dead?

#29 Posted by EuanDewar (5156 posts) -


#30 Posted by Yummylee (23665 posts) -

It's the beginning of the end right here folks. Whatever it is shall surely spell our doom. OUR DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM.

#31 Posted by Icemo (679 posts) -

@Xeirus said:

I'm betting it's a confession letter or something weird like that, I'm curious why the person said 2012... maybe to ensure they were dead?

I'm betting that too, he wanted to confess his crimes when he is not alive anymore.

#32 Posted by NTM (8518 posts) -

It's probably just a note that says "I stored a bit of chocolate in here, I'm allergic to it, but my wife insisted I have it." and there's chocolate... boooooorrrrring.

#33 Posted by CL60 (17120 posts) -

Whatever it is, it will be very disappointing.

#34 Posted by LTSmash (712 posts) -


#35 Edited by Colt45 (71 posts) -

It will be a picture of Al Capone giving a high five to Geraldo.

#36 Posted by Lunar_Aura (2824 posts) -

Peter Molyneux's balls

#37 Posted by BabyChooChoo (5492 posts) -

A giant note that says "can be read in 2112"

#38 Posted by Tylea002 (2382 posts) -

A crude drawing of a penis.

#39 Posted by Dagbiker (7022 posts) -
Dear Marty,
If my calculations are correct, you will receive this letter immediately after you saw the DeLorean struck by lightning. First, let me assure you that I am alive and well. I've been living happily these past eight months in the year 1885. The lightning bolt that hit the DeLorean caused a gigawatt overload which scrambled the time circuits, activated the flux capacitor, and sent me back to 1885. The overload shorted out the time circuits and destroyed the flying circuits. Unfortunately, the car will never fly again.
I set myself up as a blacksmith as a front while I attempted to repair the damage to the time circuits. Unfortunately, this proved impossible because suitable replacement parts will not be invented until 1947. However, I've gotten quite adept at shoeing horses and fixing wagons.
I have buried the DeLorean in the abandoned Delgado Mine, adjacent to the Old Boot Hill Cemetery, as shown on the enclosed map. Hopefully, it should remain undisturbed and preserved until you uncover it in 1955. Inside you will find repair instructions. My 1955 counterpart should have no problem repairing it so that you can drive it back to the future. Once you have returned to 1985, destroy the time machine.
Do not, I repeat, do not attempt to come back here to get me. I am perfectly happy living in the fresh air and the wide-open spaces, and I fear that unnecessary time travel only risks further disruption of the space-time continuum. And please take care of Einstein for me. I know that you will give him a good home. Remember to walk him twice a day, and that he only likes canned dog food. These are my wishes; please respect them and follow them.
And so Marty, I now say farewell and wish you Godspeed. You've been a good, kind, and loyal friend to me. You've made a real difference in my life. I will always treasure our relationship and think on you with fond memories, warm feelings, and a special place in my heart.
Your friend in time,
"Doc" Emmett L. Brown.
September 1, 1885.
#40 Posted by Aegon (6777 posts) -

@LTSmash said:


#41 Posted by WickedFather (1694 posts) -

I think it's Queen Victoria's dying queef which was chased around Buckingham Palace with a broom by a shrieking chambermaid for over a decade before finally disappearing when a nordic prince came to town. The barrel-chested nobleman had no sense of smell and is said to have inhaled the unfeasably dense apparition in one breath and then passed it into the confines of a corked dog via a kiss. The dog was double corked and hidden away. I believe inside that package.

#42 Edited by NTM (8518 posts) -

@Tylea002 said:

A crude drawing of a penis.

I would love it if it was something as absurd as that. Hilarious.

#43 Posted by Fattony12000 (7977 posts) -
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The next Team Fortress 2 update.

#44 Posted by DeeGee (2177 posts) -

I have to agree with the person who suggested the huge fucking dildo.

#45 Posted by Portis (1295 posts) -

Well, I'll tell you guys what won't be in it for sure; something cool.

#46 Posted by CL60 (17120 posts) -

@Portis said:

Well, I'll tell you guys what won't be in it for sure; something cool.

What if it's top secret alien technology.

#47 Posted by Aegon (6777 posts) -

That's a princess?

#48 Posted by Irvandus (3118 posts) -


#49 Posted by Icemo (679 posts) -

Such hypnotizing music...

#50 Edited by NTM (8518 posts) -

This is too much for something possibly so little.