When you die, will there be a lot of people grieving you?
Obviously, millions of people won't care about you dying. They won't even notice it. And even if they did, they wouldn't shed a tear for you. They will just carry on with their lives as normal. But that being said. Will you have a lot of people grieving you when you die? Like family or friends? Acquaintances perhaps?
- Anonymous3 weeks agoBest Answer
No one will grieve me
- NicoleLv 73 weeks ago
- smallLv 73 weeks ago
I have been fairly selfish and hence I care two hoots if very few people grieve my death and that too for the moment only.
- 3 weeks ago
There will be a lot of people who will be glad that I am dead and others who will not care at all.
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- acfahmyLv 73 weeks ago
I sincerely hope so
- VickiLv 43 weeks ago
Honestly, I don't think so. If I'm being like... Dead honest.
My anxiety has made me a disaster and most people can't stick around for too long so I'll have maybe like 6 people.
- 3 weeks ago
I have no friends or family left alive. No one will be there to grieve for me as i am buried in a plain wooden box in new york city's "hart island" it where the poor the homeless and those "John Doe's" they find dead on the street from a drug (meth or K2) over does
- Tublet HugletLv 53 weeks ago
Absolutely everyone who has ever met me will become profoundly sad. Their tears will drown the whole world, starting with Australia.
- 💖💓𝕯𝒂𝓷𝒊Lv 73 weeks ago
I dont care to have a bunch of ppl grieving me. All I need is my parents and siblings.