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"And if you prick me, do I not bleed?"
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Gravestone with an inscription reading "James Paul Smythe 1914-1992 Never sick a day in life - and now this".
"So what. Nobody lives forever."
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'Is there a chance you will die under the anaesthetic? Well, that is the killer question.'
"Well, some of us mortals have to get up tomorrow morning."
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"I wonder how much he paid for that view."
A man reads the obituary and compares his age to the deceased.
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'My parents died. Their parents died. Their parents died...it runs in the family.'
A man with a happy face balloon is about to have it popped by Death.
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"Donald is such a fatalist - he's convinced he's going to grow old and die."
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'And if you like we can arrange for you to receive next to last rites on the morning of your surgery.'
"Time heals all wounds. It also kills every living thing."
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"But think of all the things you're not going to die of."
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"Mommy! Daddy! Wake up! You only have thirty or forty years left to live!"
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"Ya know...one of the perks of being the Prince of Darkness is the solace in knowing that I can never be harmed by anything of a mortal nature."
Farmer cutting wheat encounters the Grim Reaper
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Hey! I just figured out what I want to do with my life!
"It's nice, but how do you adjust the sleep number?''
"No, I don't want to live forever, but I damn sure don't want to be dead forever, either."
A middle aged man tries to stop time from slipping down an hourglass.
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Coming soon, Edwin Blurdge!
"We never say 'death'—we prefer 'deadness.' "