4 Answers

  1. On my deathbed, I thanked my family and friends for being in my life, because relatives are the most important thing in a person's life-mother, father, sisters, brothers, nephews

  2. I can not take such questions seriously, so I will offer the options “Free cash register” or “Who lives at the bottom of the ocean”, ” Not Slytherin!!!”. Or the best quote of all time, ” but.. everything changed when the fire nation started a war.”

  3. As I lay on my deathbed, surrounded by dozens of worried children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, I would try to intrigue them all by saying something like: I gathered you here to tell the truth. I'm not my own grandfather. I was dropped off when you were little…. cough.

  4. I'm really torn. On the one hand, I want to say something profound like “we live in a lie”, some kind of summary of all the thoughts that were spinning in my head. Continue the tradition, so to speak. And on the other hand, when I presented the situation (I'm on the bed, around relatives, everything is standard), and let the model go by itself, giving free rein to my imagination, I would call my daughterson and say something in the spirit of ” mother f*al))))00″ (for some reason right now it seems very funny to me, I don't know why), well, or something that would make everyone laugh, I would die quietly at that time, and then they would remember me with a kind word.�

    But be that as it may, you need to say something epic so that your grandchildren will be told later.

    Although, now I think that I will have plenty of time to say something profound before this moment. If I ask for a computer and start typing something that I think is important, then my brain will probably work better than it did just before I died.

Leave a Reply