Favorite Planet In Our Solar System?

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    • #116918
      Seraphim Serenata

      1. Mercury
      2. Venus
      3. Earth
      4. Mars
      5. Jupiter
      6. Saturn
      7. Neptune
      8. Uranus
      9. Pluto
      10. X

      Each planet has it’s positive and negative. Personally, I think all the planets have similarities to Earth, vice versa. Mercury could be Earth’s moon twin…. Venus is Earth’s moon evil twin. Earth is a bastard child of all of the planets. Mars is the mud clay sister of Satan … Jupiter and Saturn make up the atmosphere clouds. Uranus and Neptune make up the water aspect of Earth. Pluto is the isolated eldest son of the Sun… and Planet X is the failed attempt at Planet abortion, seeking revenge.

    • #116919
      Seraphim Serenata

      Jupiter and Saturn are my favorite. I would love to fly a kite in their stellar winds

    • #116932

      Venus, it rhymes with penis.

    • #117127
      Lord Wankdust

      Has to be Jupiter, described as “the best and greatest” on the many Roman Altars which littered the Antonine Wall’s course across Scotland’s Central Belt.
      Also Gustav Holst when he composed The Planets Suite, he slipped a monster of orchestral tuneage into Jupiter. Three minutes in and what became “I Vow To Thee My Country” spills out. Sublime.

    • #117137

      my favorite planet is the one that uses the most water colors to paint.

    • #126948
      GDPR Harvester


      You got the order wrong on 7 and 8, but you mention it correctly on your comment. 🙂
      Pluto is no longer a planet, or you would need to include Eris. Ceres is smaller but you could add it as well. Many moons are bigger than the dwarf planets and there is no planet X. I saw the Halley Comet, but will probably be dead next time it is around. I like Saturn, apparently Mr. Gustav Holst.. not so much. Titan is a very special moon.

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