If today was your last day

Miserum

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#2
Every single drug I could get my hands on. I'd be completely honest with everyone I know and probably have as much sex as possible. I'd listen to all my favorite music and eat all my favorite foods. I'd take a look at the skies and forests and enjoy the majesty of nature one last time.

What would you do?
 
#3
Every single drug I could get my hands on. I'd be completely honest with everyone I know and probably have as much sex as possible. I'd listen to all my favorite music and eat all my favorite foods. I'd take a look at the skies and forests and enjoy the majesty of nature one last time.

What would you do?
sounds pretty damn good to me lol :)

not sure what I'd do.. I'll have to think on it some more:question:
 
#5
Probably, I'd do the things that I have wanted to do all my life. I mean, there are a lot that I'd want to do but I cannot do because of some reasons. I do not want to end my last day with so much regrets.
 
#6
I'd run hard and fast, I'd sit on a headland and watch the sunset. I'd ask the rainbirds if I could fly with them before the storm.
I wish I could do the same but I'm not a fast runner and there isn't any nice scenery around here, just concrete and tons of people, so I'd probably have to get in my car and drive a long way until I find a nice lonely place to watch the sunset and die o_O
 
#9
I'd run hard and fast, I'd sit on a headland and watch the sunset. I'd ask the rainbirds if I could fly with them before the storm.
I wish I could fly. I have a bird bath out front in my garden, as I live on the edge of a mountain range I get a lot of birds coming down at the end of the day to drink and bathe in it.

There's always a large flock of galahs - probably about 30-40 that are really fun to watch as they are very sociable and silly birds.

There's also a few indian ringnecks which usually just have a quick drink then fly off again.

Recently there has been 2 quite large blue green and yellow parrots. I'm not sure what species they are but they remind me of a large rosella. They always bath in a very animated fashion.. splashing water everywhere, taking their time forcing all the other birds to wait lol.. the galahs squawk and carry on at them - almost like they're saying 'hurry up, we want to use it too!'

There's always an assortment of other local birds using the bird bath throughout the day too.

But I always admire how they can just flap their wings and take off.. I watch them with a longing to fly with them.
 

defiance

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#10
Start the day off with eating and drinking whatever I wanted. I mean really pig out. Then let some nasty people really have it. The beauty here is that since I know I won't have a tomorrow to look forward to, I can feel no regret at a later point in time if I tell certain people what I truly think of them. I would make a bit of time for those who are truly special to me and sit and have a nice conversation and just talk and laugh and so forth. Come nightfall, I will go for a walk on my favorite path and my destination will be this beautiful big tree that is full of life. I will sit under it and enjoy the peacefulness of just being there in that moment in time. Then I will bid this world and my troubles farewell and slowly fade away.
 

GraybeardGhost

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#14
I wish I could fly. I have a bird bath out front in my garden, as I live on the edge of a mountain range I get a lot of birds coming down at the end of the day to drink and bathe in it.

There's always a large flock of galahs - probably about 30-40 that are really fun to watch as they are very sociable and silly birds.

There's also a few indian ringnecks which usually just have a quick drink then fly off again.

Recently there has been 2 quite large blue green and yellow parrots. I'm not sure what species they are but they remind me of a large rosella. They always bath in a very animated fashion.. splashing water everywhere, taking their time forcing all the other birds to wait lol.. the galahs squawk and carry on at them - almost like they're saying 'hurry up, we want to use it too!'

There's always an assortment of other local birds using the bird bath throughout the day too.

But I always admire how they can just flap their wings and take off.. I watch them with a longing to fly with them.
I wonder if your parrots are Mallee Ringnecks, Pug.

I am obssessed with birds and the idea of flying away and becoming one.
I love looking at pictures of your colorful Australian birds. :)

My backyard visitors seem so common and dull by comparison. I did get a little excited recently over a pair of white-throated sparrows and a flock of cedar waxwings, though.
 
#15
Get my affairs in order, spread out my money to those that deserve it, write my good bye note and pick a spot where no civilians or family members will find me - probably make sure a recorded message goes out to an emergency number right after it happens.

I wouldn't tell anybody, because that'd just make them sadder. Because a day is not a long time after all, and I'd want to do as little damage as possible.
 
#16
I wonder if your parrots are Mallee Ringnecks, Pug.

I am obssessed with birds and the idea of flying away and becoming one.
I had a look at images on google search, it's quite possible they might be Wong.

Although they don't have the splash of red across their forehead.. :question:
 
#17
I love looking at pictures of your colorful Australian birds. :)

My backyard visitors seem so common and dull by comparison. I did get a little excited recently over a pair of white-throated sparrows and a flock of cedar waxwings, though.
I have a lot of sparrows around lately. The little buggers want to nest everywhere, pooping here and there... I love the little guys, just wish they wouldn't poop so much
 
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