People who survive near death experiences sometimes describe having seen their life flash before their eyes.
What if the actual death experience involves the same thing, but because the life includes the death experience, whenever one gets to that death experience in the flashback, one starts experiencing the life flashing before one's eyes again within that very flashing, over and over, experiencing life anew in flashback form like a mirror within a mirror, each iteration getting smaller and smaller in absolute chronological terms, but to the experiencer seeming as full as ever, essentially a reincarnation of the same life experienced from the get-go, ad infinitum, approaching death as an asymptote but never fully reaching it because every time it arrives, life starts flashing before one's eyes again?
Also, what if dirt tasted like chocolate? *
Then no one would be scared about taking a dirt nap, because it would really be a chocolate nap!
Deep, dark, chocolate sleep.
Except that a dirt nap is more a euphemism for the never-ending coma where you're not breathing or living or anything.
But it's still full of chocolaty goodness!
* People would definitely eat it, which would likely have some effect on the farming industry.
Maybe farmers could just start selling people dirt to eat, instead of growing food in the soil.**
Which would be great, unless dirt didn't have nutritional value in addtion to its obvious great flavor.
Then people would just be unhealthily fat from tasty filth.
And that wouldn't be an ideal world at all.
But at least we're not talking about death anymore.
** Are dirt and soil the same thing?
Does one just have a better PR guy?
Dirt sounds dirty, but so does soiling oneself.
So maybe they are even.