What is the way that you would least like to die?
Caught in the path of stampeding raccoons? Murdered by your imaginary friend? Catching rabies from your favorite teddy bear? Seizing up all brain function after watching one too many reality shows? Anything involving an erection lasting more than four hours? HubPage Insufficiency syndrome? Slipping on a garden slug? Stabbed to death by a gang of hoodlum hamsters? --- What would be the worst death for you?
I would not like to drown. I am very afraid of water, so this would be the worst death for me.
I am like Penny G, I would hate to drown. It seems like that would involve too much panic.
Any form of drowning/suffocating or in a fire.
I prefer to die while asleep.
I've never thought of the ways you mentioned, now I'm afraid of all kind of ways to die. LOL! I wouldn't want to die painfully or of some long drawn out illness in which there's too much time to think about dying. When I die, I hope I go quickly or in in my sleep.
Drowning or fire. I think drowning would be worse.
I used to know a Fireman who got burned all over. His skin looked like a road map when he healed.
He said when he was burning he didn't even feel it. He said the worst part was when they sat him in a tub each day and peeled his skin off.
So I think drowning would be the worst
The worst kind of death would be one filled with ego (self-concern) and resentment.
I want to be filled with love of others, including my enemies, and wishing for them everything that they desire.
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