According to a recent survey, most Americans, if given one wish, would wish for their winning tickets. A number of them wished for a better life for that less fortunate person. Most youths wished for powers, power to freeze time, power to control everything with their mind and power to teleport among many others.
I have always wished for Superman's powers. Think about it he has so many powers-flying, faster than a speeding bullet, can't be shot or blown up, can fly into outer space, laser beam eyes, freeze things, strong-well can basically lift anything-make diamonds out of coal :) so be rich at the same time lol, and others.
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Infinite amount of wishes. Of course. One wish is obviously not enough. Oh, I just read the description. Okay. I'll have the power to travel in time, stop time(I would still be able to move, just the world around me is stopped), and anything else to do with time. My wish is time control.
I would wish that the many worlds interpretation of quantum physics would be proven and I could visit/live in all the different universes I wanted :D
In case you don't know this theory, it basically (without all the physics dribble that nobody ever understands anyway) says that anything that is possible at this moment is happening right now in a branched off universe. Every choice anyone has ever made since the beginning of time has a different universe for each of the other choices they could have made. So, in some universe right now I'm a billionaire. In some universe I'm a bum living by myself on a beach somewhere. In some universe I am happily married to my man. The Marvel universe exists (where I could be Lady Deadpool and/or marry Loki), the Star Trek universe exists (where I could be a Klingon warrior and/or marry Spock), and the Lord of the Rings universe exists (where I could be an Elf and/or marry Legolas). THERE IS A UNIVERSE WHERE I AM DOCTOR WHO'S COMPANION! It's just a matter of getting to them :) according to the many worlds interpretation, the way I understand it.