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  • i disapprove it. bleugh :/
  • To each his/her own but not for me. Besides, I'm gonna be here forever just like I am now!! I insist.
  • Strangely, there is something "creepy" about it, but I know that is far from rational since croaking makes the creepy feeling cancel out. lol!
  • I wish to be cremated, then my ashes spread over either the Pacific Ocean, or the various places I've lived. depends lol so I can be rejoined with the planet, and born into new life again.
  • Cheaper. I will be cremated.
  • It's been a burning desire of mine,but when I talk to my husband about it,he gets hot under the collar.
  • It's the way to go, there are way too many people on this planet to keep setting aside land for bodies. Let my ashes be free to rejoin the cycle of life as the essence of me will be elsewhere. I will live on in the family genes.
  • Gruesome. Economic, but gruesome!
  • As long as they wait until I'm dead, it'd be okay;)
  • I bet it smells when they roast 'em.
  • Economomical,saves land,quick,ashes can be get converted in to stone/diamond. If he or she a loved one get the stone made & wear in a ring. If asshole throw the ashes in gutter.
  • well seeing as I've been around the cemetery business for 33yrs, i can tell you more and more people are choose to go this way, most because its cheaper and some because they can be buryed close to someone they love such as mom or dad, grandma or grandpa etc. I personally plan on going that way myself and so does hubby, we have seen to many people buryed in the rain and bad weather and just don't want that to be us, and with a cremation a person can choose to wait till a better time or husband and wife can choose to be buryed together no matter when they die cremate remains can be put in the ground, in niche which can be in walls or in buildings so there are many choices.
  • For a pyromaniac it has a certain appeal!
  • My parents cremation for their last rites. I have chosen full body donation for mine.
  • I will be dead so I say toast me and toss me..no need to take up space :)
  • I could not stand the thought of rotting underground.My husband and i have decided cremation. When both our lives are finished we have set aside money for our kids or our old men and woman, will go to Maui and have our ashes spread over the rainforest. We don't want a deressing morbid wake.How barbaric to us.
  • its actually very satanic to burn someone when they are dead, if you think about it
  • It actually very satanic to burn someone when they have died if you think about it,
  • I want those few friends/family present at my funeral to bring marshmallows and/or hot dogs. Sure, I won't impart quite the same yumminess as a handful of wood chips, but BTUs are BTUs so why waste them? Can I get my corpse processed into biodiesel?
  • I actually just got my father's ashes back from the crematory. He always said he wanted to be cremated, because it's cheaper, more convienient, and more environmentally friendly than burial.
  • It works for some people but not for me. Two reasons are if you are scattered then later generations really can't come to visit you in a personal level. Second if I were kept around some retard ancestor with no real attachment will use me for kitty litter or a trash can or as some have mentioned think it's real funny to snort me. None of these appeals too much.
  • Some bones do not turn to ashes. So when you get the ashes, you dont get the whole body. You just get what is in the ash form. I want my skelton saved so it can be hung from the ceiling like a set of bones in a science class. there must be a process for that. I could get returned in a kit form and some relative would have to wire me together. I could be hung from a tree branch to swing in the wind.
  • It really burns my ass yo...
  • I'd do it...only if I could have my ashes sprinkled all throughout Martha Stewart's house....just to piss her off!!! LOL!
  • The subject of cremation always makes me think of a special flavor of Kool Aid. (While supplies last).
  • i think it's a good idea. i plan on being cremated when i die. i don't like the idea of being buried.
  • My husband and I plan on being cremated. I dont think there is anything morally wrong with it. This world is overpopulated as it is and with more people taking up space in cemetaries, it is the only logical thing to do. Besides it is cleaner, think of the bodies that float up after a flood or hurricane, and it is cheaper.
  • I've grown up in the funeral business, 18 years. Cremation is undignified and was traditionally (middle ages Europe) reserved for only the most vile and lowly persons not fit for the rite to Christian burial. It's not necessarily cheaper either. Just so nasty - I'm so against cremation.
  • Something I wouldn't want to try while alive yo...
  • I would say yes to cremation to get me the hell outta this coffin
  • easier, than digging "6 feet under". In my opinion.
  • Its a painful process...I know i'd be dead and all, but the whole burning and then having your bones crushed up to make the ashes, just sounds painful. put me in the ground in a casket.
  • That's what I'm going to do.
  • I would rather my body was cremated. My biggest fear with burial is what if my body was dug up for some reason. When they crack open the casket, they'd be looking at my decompoing carcass. Now THAT'S gross!! With cremation, that possibility is completely eliminated.

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