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Re: How would you like to die?

I would like to elaborate and fall for a long time' date=' like falling out of a plane. Plenty of time for reflection, reconciliation, and acceptance, in addition to a rush.[/quote'] And you think I'm certifiable?

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I want to die while saving someone's life.
That's very nice of you. I'd definitely want to die knowing I'd done something important. The method of death is less important. Anyhow, awesome signature. That should definitely be on the front of the next Sabaton album.

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I'd like to get my hands tied behind my back and then hang myself so that my head would fall off' date=' in that way it'd look like I would have ripped my own head off.[/quote'] Except of course that your hands are tied, which would make it pretty difficult for you to have conceivably done anything with them. :| Think I've got an idea...I want to die hacking away at a horde of hipsters as they gradually amble toward me groaning about multiculturalism and tolerance, while at the same time trying to kill me. tumblr_ljx1lr5Ae61qj33jyo1_500.jpg It'd be the ultimate manifestation of their hypocrisy.

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