Thinking of six impossible things before breakfast is a good habit to get into I hear. I tried it as a new life stlye! You feel so refreshed after you've exercised your brain with the wacky thoughts of the impossible. Whose to say that when everything possible becomes possible that the impossible will be normal soon? So why not practice here? XD
Game rules and such and such:
Think of one impossible thing and then the next person will try to make a plausible or ridiculous reality for that impossible thing and then in turn they think of new impossible thing.
EXAMPLE: (note: No pigs where injured in the making of this example ^_^)
Person A: Pigs that can fly
Person B: If you glue wings and put them in a catapult
If shoes ate people's feet
and so on and so on!
RULES: No profanity, not that i expect it from anyone. XD
Answer : If you won the lottery, so you had the money to set up a lab in which you could develop the technology to clone a human. (Somewhere along the line you made a lot of super-inteelligent scientist friends)
Answer: If some genius scientist invented a device that you could wear inconspicuously over your head (almost like a hat) in which it would emit waves of some sort that would allow you to read any other person's mind that you were thinking about.
Impossibility: Being in two different places at once.
Answer: Actually, scientists are working on that, and are closer than you might think. Meta-material cloaking, it's called. It's a material the captures light on one side, and refracts it around the object, releasing it on the other side.
answer: puting brain control microchips into water bottles and water souces. then people drinks the chipped water, letting the microchip enter the body and stick to the brain. then you can make them do whatever you want.
Answer: (not sure I understand what you said, but I'll try...xD) Have every tea cup made out of paper, then cut a hole into every one of them except for the bottom one. Pour tea into the top cup so the tea is poured into every cup, even if it doesn't stay in them.
Impossibility: Claude Faustus never killed Alois Trancy, and instead killed himself (PFFFFT! I wish! x3)