Yes, I know, it’s not a pleasant topic to think about but hell it happens to all of us. Death is as much a part of life as eating, breathing, and laughing. Not a single one of us is immune to this passing into another state. But what about after? No I’m not talking about what lies on the other side. That’s a WHOLE different discussion! I’m talking about that which we leave behind, our remains. Some people find it icky to talk about. Some find it taboo. Some just don’t even want to think about it at all! We don’t want to imagine the reality of death. But that’s why it’s best to let people know now what you want. Planning your final voyage ahead of time helps to not put extra burden on your already grieving loved ones. Also it might even help you come to terms with your own mortality. You plan a vacation well in advance, why not this? I was very saddened by the passing of the late, great Carrie Fisher but one thing at her funeral left a big smile on my face, her urn. The urn that she was interned to was in the shape of a really big Provac pill. She got in one last joke in this world. That’s how I want to go, with one final act by me that will make people laugh. This brings us to this week’s “Hashtag, You’re It” which was #WhatToDoWithMyAshes As I said before it’s not a very pleasant topic, but let’s take the sting away from death by making fun of him now. It’s hard to feel sad while laughing. Laughter is always more powerful than death. So let’s chase away the grim reaper a little and plan for our passing now while we’re still alive. So check out the top list below and don’t forget to join me every Tuesday at 11 am EDT for the next lively episode of “Hashtag, You’re It”
We should all fall down #WhatToDoWithMyAshes
— Aaron Weinbaum (@aaronsayswhat1) November 14, 2017
Put them in a joke can of peanut brittle with a spring. #WhatToDoWithMyAshes
— Jared “Oh How I Hate Jewelry Store Ads” Shroyer (@jaredshroyer) November 14, 2017
#WhatToDoWithMyAshes Pour it on the sand at a nudist beach. From there, who knows?
— Jabba the Catt (@boomboomesq) November 14, 2017
#WhatToDoWithMyAshes Buy an Optimus Prime figurine and put my ashes into the matrix of leadership!
— Joe (@PhantomNuts) November 14, 2017
Give them to a puzzle expert and tell them to have fun. #WhatToDoWithMyAshes
— Chew (@nolansdad55) November 14, 2017
Put them in a small backpack and then put that backpack on an eagle.
— Kwack Dangerly (@Kidigi2lx) November 14, 2017
1) Go to theme park
2) Find fastest, highest roller coaster
3) Open lid mid ride#WhatToDoWithMyAshes
— Rachel (@bachelruckley) November 14, 2017
Seal them in a ceramic heart implanted in the hulking clay figure of a golem so my spirit may animate that mighty behemoth. #WhatToDoWithMyAshes
— Jonas Lefkowitch (@JonasLeft) November 14, 2017
Put them into the goblet with a blood sacrifice, then step back. #WhatToDoWithMyAshes
— A.M. Hounchell (@inferno4dante) November 14, 2017
#WhatToDoWithMyAshes sprinkle on floors.
Let the Roombas sweep me up and I will take over their intelligence and live and then spread through the WiFi to the internet and then build a new robot body for my consciousness.
And then The Robot Apocalypse BEGINS!!!!
— 🎱 Brofucius Prime 🎱 (@TheBrofucius) November 14, 2017
— Big White Kahuna (@BWK_72) November 14, 2017
#WhatToDoWithMyAshes ooh was discussing this the other day. Said I’d like them chucked over a freshly washed car or someone’s clean washing on the line cos that’d make me chuckle…. down in hell! 😂
— Margot (@BloodyMargot) November 14, 2017
A well-timed slapstick sneeze that spreads them all over Aunt Dot’s living room. #WhatToDoWithMyAshes
— Kevin (@kevinwxgg) November 14, 2017
#WhatToDoWithMyAshes idc as long as I don’t end up on My Strange Addiction as a weird fetish.
— shawn rowe (@sarow361) November 14, 2017
1) Magnetise them
2) Put them in a magnetic fuzzy face kit
3) Draw me
— DM (@patchdennizen) November 14, 2017
And One From Your Host
Pour Water Over Them To Bring Me Back To Life.
………….That's How It Works, Right?#WhatToDoWithMyAshes
— McMannofthepeople (@McMannofthepeop) November 14, 2017