Would you give up one year of your life to spend a week with someone you loved who has died?

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  1. chapped

    chapped Well-Known Member

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    You would be able to spend a week with a friend or family member who has died for one week..

    after that week you would be guaranteed lifetime of happy memories....

    but it would mean cutting your life by one year....
     
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    Anfkid Blue Banner Mafia Staff Member

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    sure
     
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    DrivenByDemons Spinoff Jesus Staff Member

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    Yes
     
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    Yep , No question , I would spend it with my Dad who missed most of my adult life. He passed when I was 24.
     
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    Yes, absolutely would.
     
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    YAS!
     
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    Absolutely!
     
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    One year would be a bargain. I wouldn't think twice making that deal for 5 years also! (maybe even more)
     
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    Yes, I wouldn't think twice. My mom died when I was 21, she was 48. As I'm pushing 40, 48 really doesn't seem as old as it did then.
     
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    absolutely. my dad passed a few years ago and I'd love to spend a week with him.
     
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    The correct answer is yes.
     
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    No.

    - Robin Quivers
     
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    Imagine if your lost loved ones gave up a year of their life so that they could spend a week with someone. However, the answer still should be yes.
     
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    yes, but after the first day i'd remember all the annoying things about them and i'd be looking for ways to avoid them
     
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    yes.... i suck down a pack of smokes a day, drink to much, and inhale copious amounts of weed.... So losing a year for something actually worth it? YES
     
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    But wouldn't it make the sadness so much worse when that week was over? It would be like having that person die all over again.
     
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    Does Bianca count ?
    If so, could it be one less year for my husband ?
    Thanks.
    Beth
    p.s. I mean anonymous.
    Thanks,
    Beth again.
     
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    thunderfist2112 Well-Known Member Banned User

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    ....plus it would be cool to hangout with a zombie for a week!!!:ujj:

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    Yep.

     
  20. chapped

    chapped Well-Known Member

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    what about the fact that you will lose one year of time spent with your children?

    not everyone will live to be 90 a year so one year could make a huge difference in someone you love's life
     
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