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The Ultimate Walk Of Life (other Way Round)...

Sat Mar 15, 2003 7:03 am

The ultimate walk of life…

The most unfair thing about life is the way you end it. You die.

I actually think that life should be the other way around, something like this…

… To start off with, you die. So that's over and done with.

Then you'll spend a couple of years in an elderly home. Play some Bingo, play some cards. Over the years you'll look better every day, and you'll smell better. You'll see and hear better as time passes and you'll even grow some hair. Hell, even you wife starts looking pretty descent now, which has consequences for your sexual feelings of which you didn't know they existed.

People take good care of you and by the time you turn 65 they'll throw you out because you're too young.
Then your boss will give you a golden watch and you'll start working. Starting gradually with many days off, but over the time you work more with less stress. Your hormones take control over you and your sex drive is turning wild because your wife is starting to look like a goddess.

After you've worked for about 40 years you're still young enough play and fool around, there's no need to think about school yet!

You'll party every weekend, try out some alcohol and drugs, 'cause it's all gonna be over in 25 years anyway.

Spend your summer holidays in the Bahamas, and go skiing in Aspen because you worked for 40 years, had a good job so there's plenty of money.

So now you're off to college, where you'll get acquainted with more alcohol and XTC.

Learn and homework? Hell, you don't need that! You don't need a job anymore anyway…

Then you go to elementary school, you have no responsibilities and you can play all day.

When you become a baby people will constantly hug, feed and kiss you. Finally you crawl into a young woman and float around for nine months. And the best part: you'll end in a giant orgasm…
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RE: The Ultimate Walk Of Life (other Way Round)...

Sat Mar 15, 2003 7:48 am

I've actually seen this one before via email. Still funny!
Its better to be on the ground wishing you were in the air than be in the air wishing you were on the ground. Fly safe!

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