50 Things You Won’t Say On Your Death Bed

  1. I didn’t spend long enough on Twitter
  2. I took way too many risks
  3. Thank God I always ignored my gut instinct
  4. I’m stoked I got up at 4.00am to snag that iPod 2
  5. I wished I’d spent longer at work
  6. I’m so glad I hung on to all these grudges
  7. I’m delighted I put off attending to my bucket list
  8. I knew that lump wasn’t worth getting checked out
  9. I spent too much time with the kids
  10. The decision to buy a new pair of boots rather than hire a Life Coach was the best I ever made
  11. Why didn’t I buy more stuff?
  12. My death should seriously up my subscriber count on Facebook. Woo-hoo baby!
  13. I’m so lucky I always resisted the urge to do something meaningful and fulfilling with my life
  14. The 15th day of the Casey Anthony trial was my favorite
  15. I’m glad I got offended by the guy that made a fart joke on Twitter
  16. I’m grateful my inbox is almost empty
  17. Does my ass look big in this bed?
  18. I didn’t witness anything like enough death and destruction via the media
  19. I taught my parents a valuable lesson when I stopped talking to them for 5 years
  20. My life would have been an absolutely travesty without Facebook
  21. Why did I waste so much time doing voluntary work?
  22. My greatest disappointment is missing the occasional episode of TMZ
  23. Can you please turn the TV on I want to catch some local news?
  24. I had way too much fun
  25. I didn’t make enough snap judgments about people
  26. Never leaving the country of my birth was a wonderful decision
  27. I’m relieved I put off enjoying life until I retired last year
  28. I’m proud of all those late night e-mails I sent out to co-workers proving I was still working
  29. That cosmetic surgery was the best thing I ever did
  30. How much money is in my bank account?
  31. I’d rather be alone if you don’t mind
  32. Publishing that book I spent 5 years writing would have been a waste of time anyway
  33. I’ll e-mail you from the other side
  34. I’m glad I bought that $47 ebook on minimalism and got the $970 worth of free stuff with it.
  35. I’m just relieved I know what Charlie Sheen is up to
  36. What a waste of money all those vacations were!
  37. Why didn’t I send more e-mails complaining about stuff?
  38. It sucks that it’s raining
  39. What’s happening with the economy?
  40. If I hadn’t cleaned the handle of supermarket trolleys I’d have been dead years ago
  41. Oh shit, I think I have a spot on my chin
  42. I’m glad we don’t have social medicine and my partner will have to spend the next 10 years working to pay off my medical bills
  43. Constantly settling for second best was awesome
  44. I’m thankful I never let people see the real amazing and brilliant me
  45. I’m going to miss having a good old gossip
  46. I feel better knowing that I always refused to back down, even on the occasions when I knew I was wrong
  47. I’m not keen on those drapes
  48. Those sleepless nights worrying about shit that never happened were emotional energy well spent
  49. Can somebody hit the reset button please?
  50. This one is down to you, what do you know you will never say on your death bed?

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