You Can't Take It WIth You ...

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... However you can leave it to all your Friends and Family.

(Ha.)
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    If I can't take it with me.....I'm not going.
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      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      If I can't take it with me.....I'm not going.

      I have got to introduce you to my wife!
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      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      If I can't take it with me.....I'm not going.
      I'm not going 'til I piss it all away, except for what I'm leaving for my dog.
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      "He not busy being born, is busy dying." - Bob Dylan • "I vibe with the light-dark point. Heavy." - Words that Bob Dylan wishes he had written.

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        Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

        I'm not going 'til I piss it all away, except for what I'm leaving for my dog.

        My wife and I were talking about this today.

        If we both die at the same time (or if I die first and then she dies at a later date), she wants everything we have to be divided between her daughter and my son.

        Me? If I'm the last one standing? I want to spend the last dollar to my name the day before I die. Frankly, the only thing that worries either of us is....how long before someone misses us enough to go to the house...and find the cats?
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          Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

          My wife and I were talking about this today.
          Your wife and I talk about this often.

          If we both die at the same time (or if I die first and then she dies at a later date), she wants everything we have to be divided between her daughter and my son.
          That's not what I hear.

          Me? If I'm the last one standing?
          Don't, worry. You won't be. That's another thing we discuss in great detail.
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    Wew. Thank goodness. Here I thought the STD would come with me.
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    Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

    My wife and I were talking about this today.

    If we both die at the same time (or if I die first and then she dies at a later date), she wants everything we have to be divided between her daughter and my son.

    Me? If I'm the last one standing? I want to spend the last dollar to my name the day before I die. Frankly, the only thing that worries either of us is....how long before someone misses us enough to go to the house...and find the cats?
    If you go first, then you will be slapping all your deceased relatives about welcoming you to the other side, and kicking the cats and dogs, for good measure, trying to find the overlapp for the rubber masks, and the cloning microchips for the pets.

    After two weeks or so of trying to find the props, and convincing yourself that your brain, (better not) is still kicking, you will come to the full realization, that your relatives where right, and you will have to endure a long period of "Hi, welcome to Heaven, yeah, l know".

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      Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

      If you go first, then you will be slapping all your deceased relatives about welcoming you to the other side, and kicking the cats and dogs, for good measure, trying to find the overlapp for the rubber masks, and the cloning microchips for the pets.

      After two weeks or so of trying to find the props, and convincing yourself that your brain, (better not) is still kicking, you will come to the full realization, that your relatives where right, and you will have to endure a long period of "Hi, welcome to Heaven, yeah, l know".

      You always make me think (mean in a good way).
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