That is an exellent question... I think I want to say something along the lines of "I love you all, don't forget me." Mainly because one of my worst fears is being forgotten about, especially after I die. Or I might say my favorite quote from a song, witch is "Don't forget, if you ever need me, I'm only a vodka away from you". (The song is No More by Alex Day, in case you're wondering.)
not sure waht mine are to be, one of these?
"my greatest regret in life is taht my dying words are neither memorable or witty."
"I die as I lived, beyond my means" (paraquoted from Oscar Wilde)
"There is three and a half million pounds worth of diamonds buried under my ... I die."
"I still can't remember your name, I'm sorr-"
"Love each other truly. Always listen to the wind and the birds that sing then the sun shall shine warm deep within your heart"
:) love it soo much, always helps me on a day that's hard and makes me smile.
Knowing me I'd probably choose from the following:
Why is everybody crying? Shesh.
Just five more minutes mom.
I hope they have Star Trek where I go.
But really knowing me I'd probably end up saying:
Don't worry it's not like I'm going to get hit by a car. Then I get hit by are car.
I like to think of myself as an optimist and so when I'm dying I want to say "Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink."
When this quote was said there was water (for me life) all around me but not for me. In a way, it's like everyone around me is alive but it is not my life and so I can not be helped. However the man who said this got away and lived so it's accepting of my death but... hopeful that possibly I can continue to be with those alive whom I love.