ANSWERS: 7
  • Living. Enjoying life and people.
  • being born?
  • Top 10 things to do before you die: 1. Sucker-punch your boss. 2. Become a member of the Mile High Club, even if you have to do it alone. 3. Go to your high school reunion dressed as a homeless guy. 4. Stand outside the Today Show window and moon Al Roker for two straight hours. 5. Drink an entire keg of Guinness by yourself (no time limit). 6. Test-drive a top-end sports car and lead the cops on a high-speed chase. 7. Rack up $5,000 on your Discover card, then tell them you just “discovered” you don’t have any money. 8. Befriend George W. Bush and try to get him to start drinking again. 9. Interview a female intern on a trampoline. 10. Visit Don Knotts’ grave site. (Keep in mind that he’s still alive.)
  • Definetly enjoying life at its fullest. And we shouldnt try to see life as a journey to our grave with a good looking attractive and perfectly healthy body. I wanna slide into my grave sideways, with a glass of champagne in one hand and strawberries and a cigar in the other hand, my body wasted, a big smile on my face and shouting out " Woo Hoo what a ride" LoL
  • Living...each day...be grateful for it and enjoy it and celebrate it. Don't live each day as if it were your last! That's not very smart...live it as if it were your very first..everything is new, shiny and worthwhile! :)
  • I gotta agree with the "living" statement, in all of its forms. You cannot die without having been alive, so technically it's the only requirement. In terms of "LIVING" though, i think everybody should try to overcome at least 1 of the "biggest fears". For me, honestly enough, it was being alone in the dark and heights. I'm working on the heights thing (currently able to climb a 6ft ladder - yay!), and the dark/alone thing is something you grow out of as you grow up and realize there's no such thing as the monsters from horror movies, only hollywood effects, or flesh and blood people, who can be dealt with in normal means.
  • Make a Will.

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