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bit morbid, but natural?
Specifically the reports on gloabl pandemics and nanotechnology. Fairly morbid, but totally fascinating, and completely inevitable.
Morbid but natural, yes.
i have been known to spend ages looking at the "footballers who died while playing" wikipedia. no idea why. MORBID probably
not in an emo way
just whenever i'm driving i start thinking about how easy it would be to just casually swerve into oncoming traffic and it would kill me and various other people
imagining the sound of metal twisting, and it piercing my flesh
or waiting for a train and thinking 'i could just jump in front of that, it would be so easy'
not that i want to
just saying, jumping is easy.
basically pretty much everything i do is tinged with fear about how easy it would be to DIE
it's getting a bit annoying
but if you were to actually try to casually jump in front of a train, it's probably a lot harder.
lol j/k there's actually a lot of potential answers that make a lot more sense
I knew it was coming and it didn't disappoint
lol j/k actually it was a bit of a surprise and the look on her face was a mixture of bemusement and disgust :(
That required me to research death/dying and I came to the conclusion that although a given in life, it is rather nasty.
The thought of expelling my bodily mess at the point of death quite fitting.
On balance, I prefer Life. Oh life. Oh life. Oh life. Doo doo doo doo.
and the profoundly short time i have helps me get more from my life.
I'm dreading my one
i never think about it. ever.
when I get to your age x
i just don't want to. but i think about it a fair bit.
I'm really interested in cheyne stoking
q You can help your friend die by giving him permission to do so. Examples of things to say: "Just relax, everything is okay." "Let go when you're ready." "I'm fine and I'm going to be okay. You can leave me now, just let go."
"Way to Go" by Alan Spence. Death is fascinating though.
I'm writing my dissertation about online bereavement. Lots of reading about death. Fun.
Shit book by the way. Might be the translation but the dialogue is unbelievably clunky. Avoid if you like the film. Lots of death and dying though.
I also read/watch the news, which makes reading about death unavoidable.
It's a pile of cack - although you are probably right about the translation.
in a plane crash (phwoosh-sha boom!)
Doo doo doo doo i die
Doo doo doo doo i die
And so do you
It's where I'll find my wife, when I'm through my present one.
that would be weird