Enjoy Being Above the Ground
It's good to be on the right side of the ground not beneath it. Or as the Brits say, "the right side of the sod."
When I look back on all my near-death experiences boy am I grateful.
I have had four near fatal car accidents. Also three times within a month I nearly died in 1981 helping to build an used oil recycling facility in Alexandria, Va.
I think parting words or dying in style is the way to go. Since we come in crying, maybe we can depart laughing.
Oscar Wilde said, the wallpaper and I are fighting a duel to the death either it goes or I do.
For me maybe my last word is, recycled! Or I have to go or kindly compost me! Finally, Catch you out on the other side.
Woody Allen once said he was not scared of death, he just does not want to be there when it happens.
Prepare for the worst and you may get to exit this stage with giggles. For fun explore possible last words to enliven your departure. If you get to check out in a more humerous way maybe you can leave with a chuckle instead of a tear.
Other great last lines;
Die my dear? Well that's the last thing I'll do - Groucho Marx
Friends applaud, the comedy is over - Beethoven
Money can't buy life - Bob Marley