Face it, it will come to you sooner or later. Living in Polutepei, rather soon.
Not sure where that is, though
I found some rather stylish final goodbyes in family history.
- One guy announced in the early thirties “I will die”, then he sold his spare wooden leg, all stuff he did not need (no joke, he had lost his leg when a grenade cought him during he went into the bushes for a human need in WWI) and was spending all the money in about 2 weeks. Girls, alcohol.
He was over 70, had had few money all his life (working class) so he made a final party time. When money was over, he laid down in his best remaining suit in the bedroom and said “I lie down to die now.” Refused to get up, did not talk anymore, soon slept and never woke up again .
- Another male ancestor of mine, uh … my grand dad, announced in the early 50s he wants to drink himself to death. Announced it shouting to the street. OK it could be connected to my grandma escaping to UK previously
Well he was succesfull. It worked! Unpleasant was the part where he got blind though. I do not want to copy that (um … wrong chemical formula I guess).
I am more found of no. 1, but prefering to go during the action, not afterwards in bed.
Trying to avoid a blue truck,