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Pointlessabyss

Pointlessabyss

Impulse will takeover one day...
Sep 17, 2018
294
Sounds nice and very good of you to fund it yourself !!

Never really given a thought about what would happen after... think I’d prefer to be cremated though. Even if I know I’m gonna do a good job at CTB I just hate the thought of my body stuck in a box.
 
Escargot Shorts

Escargot Shorts

Tears-of-a-Clown Ass Bitch
Sep 26, 2018
184
I love this cherry blossom tree idea -- i think it's beautiful to find something still poignant and meaningful like that, esp in relation to ctb and what comes after on earth.

i used to entertain the idea of my funeral being a fun spectacle. though i think the circumstances would dampen the mood so the attendees might not be into it. so throwing a tasteless party would just kill me (well, you know what i mean). i hear cremation is terrible for the environment (what little there is left to save).

but i've always been a fan of giving mine to scientific research. in school, we worked on actual skeletons for our radiology courses or maybe i could be one of those corpses that are studied to observe the effects of exposure and rates of decay in certain environments.
 
Trashcan

Trashcan

Trash
Aug 31, 2018
1,234
I doubt anything will really be done with my body or that there will be any ceremonies which is good, no wasting money on me. But I don’t care that much what happens to my body as I’ll be dead.
 
Duqu

Duqu

Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!
Aug 27, 2018
450
Duqu

Duqu

Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!
Aug 27, 2018
450
Hey everyone have you thought about your funeral arrangements and your prefered way of being buried? Here’s my choice I’ve always loved cherry blossom trees so I kinda want to become one
http://eternitrees.com/flowering-cherry-urn

Miss Clefable have you made your wishes known so you can be sure you'll be buried that way? Like, my mom knows and she's the executor of my will. I mean she gets almost everything (what little I have) so it's not much of a title but she's also my medical person to make medical decisions in case I can't because she knows what I want (not live as a vegetable/comatose etc) and I trust her to follow my wishes. I know I'm very lucky to have a mother so understanding.
 
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Miss clefable

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Aug 23, 2018
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Miss Clefable have you made your wishes known so you can be sure you'll be buried that way? Like, my mom knows and she's the executor of my will. I mean she gets almost everything (what little I have) so it's not much of a title but she's also my medical person to make medical decisions in case I can't because she knows what I want (not live as a vegetable/comatose etc) and I trust her to follow my wishes. I know I'm very lucky to have a mother so understanding.
Yes I have
 
Circles

Circles

There's a difference between existing and living.
Sep 3, 2018
1,734
I'd rather be cremated and put into a river, the ocean or maybe space if that was an option. I may hate myself but damn I sure as hell wouldn't want to be discarded and put into the gutter like trash. Different strokes for different folks.
 
Maravillosa

Maravillosa

Mistress of all she surveys
Sep 7, 2018
638
@Zanexx was buried at Eden Valley Woodland Burial Ground in Edenbridge, Kent, England:

https://www.funeralzone.co.uk/obituaries/51303

http://www.edenvalleyburials.org.uk/eden-valley-woodland-burial-ground/

Does anybody know if there are similar natural burial grounds in Southern California? I could forego a grave in a Catholic cemetery, complete with flat gravestone with my full name, "Beloved Daughter and Sister", dates of birth and death and epitaph ("Jesus, I trust in You"), if there was a natural burial ground near where I live. Eden Valley seems very pretty and peaceful...

Edit: I found out that there are two natural burial grounds in the San Francisco Bay Area of Northern California:

http://www.fernwoodcemetery.com/green-cemetery-san-francisco-bay-area

http://www.steelmantowncemetery.com/purissima.html

I lived in the Bay Area when I was attending Mills College in the mid-1980s, and I loved the beauty and climate (milder than SoCal). I suppose that I could ask my survivors to take my body to Fernwood or Purissima, but that would take some money -- money that I do not currently have :meh:
 
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Escargot Shorts

Escargot Shorts

Tears-of-a-Clown Ass Bitch
Sep 26, 2018
184
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actually, fuck it, i want to be THIS.