Poll edited 11/5/15
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Post Reply Does death intrgue you or frightens you?
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Posted 2/24/16
Ya all need a bored option. Considering the amount of times I've nearly died I am kinda bored of the whole Death thing. It will come when it comes, I am not bothering with it one way or another at this point.
Posted 2/24/16
Death in itself is interesting. Have you ever thought that all beings natural state is death? I mean, life in itself is just a disease that posses the human corpse until the day it is cured with your death.

Dang I am bad at explaining things.

Also I swear I'm not a serial killer.



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Posted 2/24/16 , edited 2/24/16
Intrigues... but I'm afraid of the ageing process...^yes you're
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Posted 2/24/16

Nasirei wrote:

Intrigues... but I'm afraid of the ageing process...^yes you're


If he is what does that make my actual body count ?( disclaimer I was acting in accordance with the lawful orders given to me by a Party of the Conflict in a lawfully declared war against a hostile foreign entity and in accordance with the laws, rules, and decisions of the Geneva Conventions and lead by the NATO lead ISAF which is self was established by the United Nations Security Council)
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Posted 2/25/16
it's an escape
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Posted 2/25/16
I fear my own impending death, yet death itself, particularly decomposition, interests me.
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Posted 2/28/16

qualeshia3 wrote:

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There have been plenty of times, that i wanted to kill myself, just so I can experience death and see what the after life is like. However I know I will die someday so I live in the here and now, tell my time comes. Ina way I can't wait to die.
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Posted 2/29/16

djgamer2012 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

Let me know if a thread like this one exist or not.
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Explain your opinion in great detail.


There have been plenty of times, that i wanted to kill myself, just so I can experience death and see what the after life is like. However I know I will die someday so I live in the here and now, tell my time comes. Ina way I can't wait to die.



You got some time until that happens.
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Posted 3/2/16
It makes me soooooooooooooooooo hot, can't get enough more misery more fear!
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Posted 3/4/16
I need a third option that says "both". lol

My answer is similar to YayForKittens. I don't really fear death itself anymore either, but am afraid to go through the process of dying.

But I am a huge paranormal enthusiast. I have some real, firsthand stories to tell, too... Most of them are pretty mundane, but my most recent encounter was HIGHLY terrifying. X_X
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Posted 3/4/16
Ever since watching shows like Death Parade, Konosuba, and Angel Beats, death certainly has become quite a topic of intrigue just because there's no known truth. Of course, nobody knows exactly what happens because as the saying goes, dead men tell no tales. Which leads to all of these religious beliefs and stuff where it is scientifically impossible for all of them to be the truth simultaneously.
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Posted 3/4/16
This is a difficult poll. It depends on how we are looking at the subject of death. I am not afraid of dying. It is inevitable. I am comfortable with where I am spiritually and have accepted that things happen as they are meant to. I know I will die, and to sit and worry over something I cannot control only depreciates the time I am given.

I am intrigued more with what happens after we die. With so many belief systems and theories in place, there are questions that will never be answered until our own time approaches. So spiritually speaking, there is intrigue and interest. I am just in no really hurry to discover the answers to questions I might have.

If I were to hold any fear of death, it is simply leaving too soon. As a mother of two the thought of losing a child or leaving them behind is terrifying. So my real fear is more of missing out on moments and time that I am not ready to let go of.
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Posted 3/7/16
I don't fear death itself... rather the process of dying...
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Posted 5/21/16
Slightly frightened, having experienced life yet to be done so soon.
Posted 5/21/16
Isn't death just the next great adventure or something like that.
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