Results for - Death Cafes

4,221 voters participated in this survey

  • 1. Have you ever thought about the following:
    • How I want to die
      37% 1,564 votes
    • When I want to die
      28% 1,194 votes
    • My funeral
      39% 1,629 votes
    • My will
      40% 1,693 votes
    • Having a "do not resuscitate" order
      28% 1,197 votes
    • If there's an after life
      48% 2,014 votes
    • None of the above
      17% 723 votes
  • 2. Would you ever attend a Death Cafe meeting to get information or share opinions on any of these topics?
    • Yes
      17% 735 votes
    • No
      63% 2,644 votes
    • Undecided
      20% 842 votes

02/05/2013 Living 19


  • mikem1436 profile photo
    Being a Veteran myself, my will is already made. If I'm that far gone, I have a DNR. Hopefully I'll go quick though
    over 3 years
  • Spikeygrrl profile photo
    WTF is a "Death Cafe"?! As a conscientious military wife I have all my final arrangements in place: if I succumb to dementia as did my late beloved father, my husband the military medical professional knows what to do, and how to do it untraceably. My will is up-to-date, and I have already contracted with BioGift ( to donate my body to science/medicine...hence no "funeral" (YUCK!) and no funeral expense. My much-younger husband will almost certainly outlive me, and if he wants to throw a party after I die, in celebration of my life, that's entirely up to him.
    over 3 years
  • kenhertz profile photo
    I realy dont want to think about these things
    over 3 years
  • acullen808 profile photo
    i do not want to think about that cause i like my life and do want to end it
    over 3 years
  • thewiner2001 profile photo
    scream point
    over 3 years
  • calcounter91 profile photo
    I definately would go if I knew where one was.
    over 3 years
  • melike profile photo
    Whenever i think of it, i dont want to think it
    over 3 years
  • PsPups profile photo
    not sure if I believe in an after life, better to live for the present & not count on anything else. Sure, I'd go to a death cafe..never heard of these but why not?
    over 3 years
  • BUDWARDDIDDLE profile photo
    I think as you get older, you start to think more about death than when your a young person.
    over 3 years
  • seven profile photo
    It's perfectly normal to think about these things. I'm sure everyone does at one time or another. Don't care to discuss it with strangers though.
    over 3 years
  • Sophia1957 profile photo
    I do think about it alot!
    over 3 years
  • KrisTed89 profile photo
    Never heard of that, it's weird. I don't think about how I want to die or when, Only how I don't want to die (painfully) or live too long and suffer. I'm donating my body to science. No cost, no family burden and I can do something for humanity even after I'm gone. believe in life after death, so not worried about it.
    over 3 years
  • sa_smiles profile photo
    I would just discuss it with my immediate family or whoever would draw up my will not with strangers to me that sounds a bit too morbid and sad.
    over 3 years
  • Member77 profile photo
    Sound sliek somethign that nEEDS to be discussed, whether it it morbid or not. Thing need to be talked about and understood on a personal, freindl ylevel to get anywhere. Just thinking it is too morbid gets everybody nowhere and the topic ignored, which is terrable! Would love to be part of a discussion - seems liek you would make some close freinds at such a place/meeting since you would get to knwo them well quickly as long as its a warm accepting environment willing to debate ideas together
    over 3 years
  • Loowees profile photo
    I agree, very morbid indeed!
    over 3 years
  • chicky56 profile photo
    i have a DNR
    over 3 years
  • loverlyn profile photo
    that is a sick thought
    over 3 years
  • cindykeys profile photo
    the important thing to think about is were we will spent life after.
    over 3 years
  • Lexie123 profile photo
    it's natural to think about death but I wouldn't go to a cafe to discuss with strangers that's siding on the morbid
    over 3 years