Anyone else curious about how they will meet their end?
I’m absolutely fascinated about how I will pop my clogs. Obviously I hope it isn’t stressful or inconvenient to others, and I’d much rather it was some spectacular accident (LiveLeak worthy kind of thing), or some noble deed, than just fading away in my sleep. Not worried about pain too much, it’s only in the mind afterall, and shock can be a wonderful thing.
It’s almost like the lottery..it could be you…this week!
Any one else?Posted 5 years ago
It’s those totally random deaths that get me, that’d be a good way to go. Part falling off an aircraft/lorry, hit by a flying fish, bitten by a poisonous spider in Homebase, leaning against a window on the 99th floor of the office block that gives way, meteorite strike…Posted 5 years agomactheknifeSubscriber
Nope….I’m gonna live my life completely on my own terms. Love my friends and family and i intend to have absolutely no regrets, when the day comes ill look the reaper in the eye knowing i truly lived the best life i could. Whether its tomorrow or 50 years down the line.
But if its a long lingering illness that’s gonna take me then i reckon i will have my own plan for that one.Posted 5 years agoprojectMember
Little old lady aged about 90,down the road from where i used to live, she was repeatedly told to cut down on smoking cigarettes,one day she was walking down to the shop, and just outside the shop got killed by the van delivering cigarettes as it was reversing, to be near the door, so the driver wouldnt be attacked by thieves, which happened a few weeks earlier.Posted 5 years agopaulmgreenSubscriber
I’m not scared of my death …. Just don’t want to be there at the time lol….
Seriously….. I’d like to go like a bloke I read about a couple of years ago….. 84 years old …… Skiing in Chamonix …… Falls over and bans his head ….. Dies instantly……. What a way to go! ( ‘Cept I’d be on a snowboard)Posted 5 years agoplumslikerocksSubscriber
I try not to think about it, to be honest. Saw my Mum have stroke at 45 – she recovered. Saw my Dad have a heart attack at 51 – he didn’t. He was out on his bike at the time though, so kind of counts as a good way to go, even though it left me in a bit of state for a year or so.
Going back further in family history there’s chronic vascular disease and also cancer, so I certainly don’t consider myself immune from an unpleasant ending.
My best approach is to try to enjoy the present and stay in good shape (good excuse for a ride)Posted 5 years agonealgloverMember
I’ve never tried drugs so a few years ago thought it would be quite fun to go out in a drug fuelled orgy with a few hookers on my 78th birthday.
Think I should get out more….
I don’t know, if you did that on your 78th birthday, and it was a “few years ago” then I reckon your doing alright 😉Posted 5 years agosomafunkSubscriber
Nope, not curious in the slightest despite having two as near as possible attempts so far in my 41 years on this lump of earth. If i get diagnosed with some incurable disease or develop some form of terminal cancer or suchlike then i’ll go out in blaze of glory or more likely a torrid afternoon with as much drugs as i can shovel down my throat before i lose the ability to wipe my own arse,. I’ve been through a few 10hr+ operations when i was 19/20 in which i opted to not be resuscitated if there were complications and if the operations were not successful i can honestly say i would have found some way to switch the light off so to speak.
But as for being curious regarding how i will go?, nope….if it is medical then i will make sure i have the final say, if it is accidental or out of my control then it had better be quick or at least give me such an adrenaline rush that i pass out in a state of ecstatic bliss with a flood of serotonin and dopamine to my receptor cells beforehand.
😀Posted 5 years agojock-muttleyMember
As a youth my perfect way to pop my clogs was dying of a heart attack at the age of 95 at the vinegar stroke whilst being noshed off by some appropriately endowed voluptuous female (in/famous (you chose) whilst spanking a Lamborghini Countach Quattrovalvole (now I am showing my age! ) at 180mph whilst being chased by the law enforcement agencies of at least three major western democracies, the mafia and the entire Guhugvant interplanetary battlefleet screaming
“you’ll never take me alive copper/patrone/ya wee green b’strds!”
after said MI the car coasts to a halt with no casualties… cue hardened crims shedding a tear with the coppers saying “what a guy!”Posted 5 years ago
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