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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by MAJOR METAL, Jul 24, 2007.
What do you think Death feels like ? I would say it can be alot like going into shock.
matters how you die, physically and mentally. Mentally you could die excepting it or in vein. Physically can be short and nice or long and painful.
It feels like a tall skinny guy wearing a black cape. Imagine closing your eyes and touching Rick Wakeman. That's what Death feels like.
fear, shock, dread, followed by the same feeling you get when you step out of work and into a beautiful sunny day and no longer have to worry about a damn thing
I imagine if one is concious then it would be an uncontrollable and suffocating feeling of losing control.
but on a funnier note
sorry it was corny i know
Falling asleep forever.
It probably feels like arguing with Morph or Brad
when my mom died of cancer, she was in a medically induced coma as a result of the incredible amounts of pain she was in. when she died, she woke up for about a minute, looked at all of us and then finally looked at me. her last words were "david" and then she died. i dont know what she was feeling in that last minute of life but it looked like fear to me. i dont think she was in any more pain.
btw, i have a photgraphic memory. i remember every single thing about that day. i had blocked out the fact that her last word was david, though. my sister had to remind me but that was a couple of years after she died. then i felt something just kind of "snap" like that last little block of info snapped into place.
Death is pleasurable or painful or, apparently, nothing at all (fun! ) .
This thread points to that, IMO. Dying during a surgery seems the best way to die for me.
Apparently when you die your brain releases loads of dimethyltryptamine. So basically death is one massive trip.
Sorry but it had to be done.
I'd guess it would depend heavily on the kind of death it was.
If I had to pick, I'd say the two extremes might be the best ways? As long as it's not one that involves a lot of pain, a slow death that lets you say your goodbyes to your satisfaction, do something meaningful with the time you know you have left, and come to terms with it and accept it and be ready for it wouldn't be so awful. Of course, the time before you come to terms with it could be awful.
The other would be a death that's so fast and unexpected that you never even realize anything happened.
Then once your dead I guess that what it feels like depends on 1) what your spiritual beliefs are and 2) how well you follwed those beliefs. If you did a pretty bad job, well, then I guess you're in for an eternity of suck.
Like falling alsleep, except you never wake up.
numb. and suffocating.
I bet he has nice hands.