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  • in a box with a fox?

    2 33.33%
  • pureed and spread on crackers?

    4 66.67%
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    Default Unfathomalby deep philosophical question of cosmic importance. (With a poll!)

    Would you rather be buried alive in a box or thrown feet first through a wood chipper?

    Why?

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    Definitely buried alive... being fed through a wood chipper feet first would hurt a hell of a lot and ignoring the pain would probably be really hard; it would be relatively easy to keep yourself calm and much less painful to suffocate underground... suffocating wouldn't be all that bad of a death. Once you start to die being buried alive you wouldn't have much choice but to be fairly calm, running out of oxygen.

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    The chipper. It would hurt like heck but it would be over quickly (as long as it didn't jam). I have an irrational fear of being buried alive.
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    Honestly, if I was considering it objectively I would go with the wood chipper. It's quicker, more painful perhaps, but its like an amazing flash of pain and terror and then nothing. You would probably pass out before you got too far into the chipper anyway. Plus its a more memorable way to go(although that may not be a good thing).

    Being buried alive would probably be a more comfortable way to go, so far as pain goes. But the terror, the psychological implications of being buried with no escape and oxygen running out. I'd be afraid that would be worse than the pain.

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    I don't want my body scattered... I want to be able to become a zombie or some kind of reanimated lich wizard if there is even the slightest possibility...

    Being turned into bolognese... Nah. That's awful.

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