What would you do if you found out at this exact moment

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    Dec 16, 2009 11:24 PM GMT
    That you only had 24 hours of life left, and in 24 hours you would be dead. How would you spend that time, and how do you think you would feel, and react?

    I myself would make a few phone calls just to let a few people I have love for, know that I love them, without letting on, as I wouldn't won't a house full of people, as this would cut into my time.

    I would make sure my dogs are taken care of, and re-housed. NO# 1 task, and if I got nothing else done, that would be fine.

    Label a few of my favourite things, with the people names, who I would like to have them.

    Maybe do some house work, take myself out to my favorite restaurant, and then go to bed, and be papered to never awaken again, as I would be at peace. death does not fear me, as I've lived an amazing life.

    For me it would be about being all calm, and at peace, and about giving to others.
  • creature

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    Dec 16, 2009 11:49 PM GMT
    I would just stay in bed as friends and family arrive to say their goodbyes. By the way, what happened to the other 24 hours?
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    Dec 16, 2009 11:52 PM GMT
    Are you on crack, because your thread is incoherent.
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    Dec 16, 2009 11:56 PM GMT
    creature saidI would just stay in bed as friends and family arrive to say their goodbyes. By the way, what happened to the other 24 hours?


    Sorry I started it off with 48 hours, but decided 24 would be enough. so fixed it.
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    Dec 16, 2009 11:58 PM GMT
    coolarmydude saidAre you on crack, because your thread is incoherent.


    Are you? as one is not responsible for your inabilitys; sorry.

    But what would you do with your last 24 hours, be a mess maybe, full of fear, become all religus, out of fear and hope?icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Dec 17, 2009 12:22 AM GMT
    I do understand that for many people death is a topic they struggle with. I know of a couple who still don't have a will, because one of them can't deal with the concept of death, and just won't talk about it let alone deal with it, but it's not going to stop it from happening.

    With my job, death is all apart of it. I can be with a person one moment, and then be laying them out the next because their soul has left their body. So I prepare them for the undertakers. It's a fact of life, and we start to die the moment we are born.

    But I myself don't fear death, nor life after death. So yes I'm sure I would have no trouble being calm in my last 24 hours, and the last thing I would won't to be, is a drama queen.
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    Dec 17, 2009 12:52 AM GMT

    I cannot say on the grounds I may tend to incriminate myself. I just think to live in a world with an assurance of death in 24 hours is to live in a lawless world.

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    LOL, and then the doctor comes in a day later, "Mr. Stewart you are going to pull through," with the Police hot on his heels. icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

  • drypin

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    Dec 17, 2009 12:55 AM GMT
    I would most likely spend them very similarly, speaking to friends and family and assuring them that I have lived a very full life, seen many dreams come true and been truly happy for many years.

    I imagine my husband would take off work for the day (I guess this would count as family leave, or perhaps a sick day), so that we could go through a few things. I would have Thai food one last time and drink red wine.

    Should I shave and epilate? Na, it'll stick out anyway as the skin shrinks.

    I think one last good shag would be called for, too. We all find our piece, I mean peace, in our own way.





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    Dec 17, 2009 3:50 AM GMT
    Out-of-cage diving with White Sharks in South Africa or Adelaide in the morning, followed by lunch and base-jumping in the afternoon. Maybe a power nap, a trip to a club to find a hot guy to take down like like a wolf on a lamb. A shower, some good-bye letters, and finally, expiration with the biggest smile I've ever had on my face while listening to Beethoven's 6th.
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    Dec 17, 2009 3:52 AM GMT
    The word "Done" would start appearing next to names on my People to Kill list.
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    Dec 17, 2009 4:01 AM GMT
    24 left until my death
    Sure, I'm gon waste a lot of lives, but I'll cherish every breath
    I know exactly where I'm going, but I'ma send you there first
    And with the shit that I be doing, I'ma send you there worse
    I've been living with a curse, and now it's all about to end
    But before I go, say hello to my little friend
    But I gots to make it right, reconcile with my mother
    Try to explain to my son, tell my girl I love her
    C4 up under the coat, snatch up my dog
    Turn like 3 villains on Wall Street into a fog
    Out with a bang, you will remember my name
    I wanted to live forever but this wasn't fame

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    Dec 17, 2009 4:17 AM GMT
    jimbobthedevil saidOut-of-cage diving with White Sharks in South Africa or Adelaide in the morning, followed by lunch and base-jumping in the afternoon. Maybe a power nap, a trip to a club to find a hot guy to take down like like a wolf on a lamb. A shower, some good-bye letters, and finally, expiration with the biggest smile I've ever had on my face while listening to Beethoven's 6th.




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    Dec 17, 2009 4:40 AM GMT
    death does not fear me, as I've lived an amazing life

    Hmmm. A little self-satisfied? It's kind of an unappealing trait.
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    Dec 17, 2009 4:42 AM GMT
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    jimbobthedevil saidOut-of-cage diving with White Sharks in South Africa or Adelaide in the morning, followed by lunch and base-jumping in the afternoon. Maybe a power nap, a trip to a club to find a hot guy to take down like like a wolf on a lamb. A shower, some good-bye letters, and finally, expiration with the biggest smile I've ever had on my face while listening to Beethoven's 6th.




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    Hahaha...cheers! And that's something, coming from Matt the Tiger Man! *grin*
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    Dec 17, 2009 4:48 AM GMT

    Hmmmm, on second thought. I keep pulling up this porn actor who's gimmick is getting gang banged bareback by 16 or more guys and felching into a champagne glass which he drinks the frothy concoction down. I always scream "GROOSS!" because it's proper to do so and always think ...."I would never....I COULD DIE!" icon_redface.gificon_redface.gificon_redface.gif
  • Anto

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    Dec 17, 2009 4:48 AM GMT
    Would death be impossible until the 24 hours has elapsed?
  • DrobUA

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    Dec 17, 2009 5:14 AM GMT
    hmm I would hangout with my dogs and family in the morning. Go skydiving with my buddies during the day (I would do something else but I wouldn't have time to travel anywhere). I'd eat my favorite foods with friends and family at dinner. Then I would have a huge party with everyone I care about. I don't fear death either. It's inevitable and everyone does it. Just do the best you can with the time you have, no use wasting your time with worry and fear.
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    Dec 17, 2009 7:00 AM GMT
    Sex, chocolate & music
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    Dec 17, 2009 7:04 AM GMT
    I would try to make sure that the ones I love are taken care of and end the 24 hours with a party.

    Everyone has to die at some point, question is if we make deaths job easy or hard.
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    Dec 17, 2009 12:22 PM GMT
    RunnerBen saiddeath does not fear me, as I've lived an amazing life

    Hmmm. A little self-satisfied? It's kind of an unappealing trait.


    If you say so.............But I've been so blessed, and because of this I've dedicated the past 15 years giving to others. But this would be all about me, and thats why I would say noting, so I could do it my way.

    Death is nothing more than another appointment I'll have to keep!
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    Dec 18, 2009 3:17 AM GMT
    I'd probably cry because I wouldn't see my friends or family again. I'd visit everyone in my power, and give everything that I had away.

    But the bittersweet embrace of death? Oh, baby, let's dance!~

    I'll die when people forget me, and I know that won't happen.
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    Jun 13, 2011 4:56 AM GMT
    I'd probably take an hour or two of self reflection...and when I've firmed my resolve, I'll truly live it like it's my last day, go out with a bang. Do as many things as I can in one day...and do so with the vigor as if I have many more days...if that makes any sense.
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    Jun 13, 2011 5:35 AM GMT
    I would be thrilled. I just named a benificiary to my life insurance, so good will come from my death. Hopefully, this is reality.
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    Jun 13, 2011 5:38 AM GMT
    probably make things right with people who I don't get along with, tell my loved ones I love them and confess my true feelings to the person I love icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jun 13, 2011 5:45 AM GMT
    go have like 12 2 hour meals at different restaurants with different groups of friends and family.