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    If you die, would you want to be buried with your G? (A very dark question)

    A dark question, I know but as I was overlooking a will I made (I created this when in my very early 30's), I'm thinking of adding to it (under a part of what your requests are for burial) that I want to be buried with my G and possibly the first watch that the wife bought me.

    This got me thinking as we know someone who passed away and he wanted to be buried along with one of his instruments.

    I figured, I lived my life with conscious of style, why not be buried with style.

    So, a question for all of you...If you die, would you want to be buried with your G (or several G's)? (A very dark question that probably excludes those who request to be cremated).
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    Re: If you die, would you want to be buried with your G? (A very dark question)

    duder.......when I am gone, I am gone.

    If I even own a G when I go, then they will go to different friends & family. Like they say....you can't take it with you.

    Besides.........G-shocks don't go with suits. =)

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    Re: If you die, would you want to be buried with your G? (A very dark question)

    I don't really care what happens to my body when I die so caring about a watch when I am dead is not in my future plans. Any and all of my watches will go to someone that is alive so they can enjoy them, sell them, give them to someone else or just remember me by them. When I die, a G-Shock will be one of the least important things in my life..........huh..... I mean death.

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    Re: If you die, would you want to be buried with your G? (A very dark question)

    i think i want that my Gs sit on a window forever.. *editing my last will*
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    Re: If you die, would you want to be buried with your G? (A very dark question)

    Whichever poor sod gets the task of disposing of me can do what they like.
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    Re: If you die, would you want to be buried with your G? (A very dark question)

    What do you mean if I die. I am not going to live forever

    I never thought of it but maybe one of my beaters. I plan on my boys dividing up whatever watches I have when I fade away. I dont really like the idea of rotting away so I am thinking about cremation.


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    Re: If you die, would you want to be buried with your G? (A very dark question)

    You guys are scaring me...

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    Re: If you die, would you want to be buried with your G? (A very dark question)

    I would not. As mentioned, they just don't go well with suits. Hopefully, I will be buried with some dress watch that I wore often in my professional career and retirement...but not too expensive, b/c that'd just be a waste when I can pass it along to my kids or grandkids.

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    Re: If you die, would you want to be buried with your G? (A very dark question)

    I'm going to be dressed like I am at the beach so sure throw a G-Lide on there!

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    Re: If you die, would you want to be buried with your G? (A very dark question)

    Cremating (or at least attempting to) a perfectly good watch seems like a shameful waste.

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