Who Would, Who Wouldn't?

  babybell 13:40 13 Jul 2007

A question that I have been asked before that always makes me think is "If you had the chance to be given the date that your life would come to and end, would you like to know that date?" And just to make things easier, the date cannot be altered by anything you do in your life after finding out!

Bit morbid I know, sorry!

  Pine Man 13:44 13 Jul 2007

Before I retired I always suggested that it would be great if you knew when you were going to die because it would be a lot easier to work out your finances.

Now I'm retired and any date would be getting closer (or even past!!) I'd rather not know.

  Bingalau 13:56 13 Jul 2007

I wish I knew so that I could decide what to spend my dosh on.

  Flak999 14:13 13 Jul 2007

click here Just remember to use it wisely! ;-)

  Stuartli 14:30 13 Jul 2007

Er, thanks but no thanks....

  Quickbeam 14:32 13 Jul 2007

Couldn't bring myself to use it... it might have said tomorrow!!!

  Quickbeam 14:33 13 Jul 2007


  babybell 14:34 13 Jul 2007

It must be good, my works computer wont let me use it as it breaks the Internet: Acceptable Use Policy! Looks like i'll have to get back to work instead! Boooo!

  postie24 15:07 13 Jul 2007

If you have some spare dosh,throw it this way please :))

  Bingalau 15:14 13 Jul 2007

postie24. I've never met anyone yet who has spare dosh. But if I win the lottery I may be able to chuck the odd fiver away.. I will keep you in mind...

  postie24 15:16 13 Jul 2007

Thanks very much :))

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