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Meatpie
31-08-09, 11:52 AM
Death is so close every day, we take life for granted but we could be destroyed very easily.

A couple of days ago I nearly slammed head-on into a speeding car with my bike.


Also, in 2004 I was taken to hospital, violently ill and put on antibiotics and other drugs which made me even more ill.


I had to take an important exam at university but I felt so weak and wanted to puke all the time and I got the shits.

Share your near-death experiences in this thread.

Entilzha
31-08-09, 11:56 AM
When I was admitted to the hospital, with my kidney's.

If nothing would be done, I would have certainly died.

Meatpie
31-08-09, 12:31 PM
:(

Entilzha
31-08-09, 12:38 PM
Yes, I know. I was very scared but also a very sobering experience as well.

Maybe strange, but if you know you could die or going to die, you relax and just ready yourself for it. if you can see it comming.
I think it is the final submission, like you cannot escape it and cannot stop it.
So you just embrace and accept it.

I did. But I was saved in time.

But my thoughts went out to all of you, and how you would go on without me :D

Especially one dude amongst you I thought of the most, and it was an emotional call to say the least!!

Meatpie
31-08-09, 12:41 PM
I know who this special dude is.

If you die, he will probably die too.

I cannot accept my death, I am scared.

Entilzha
31-08-09, 12:45 PM
I can say there is nothing to be scared of, but that would be lying.

We all have our one ways of dealing with death and the end of our existences.
Trying to change that would be bad.
Eventually, you will understand and see.

Meatpie
31-08-09, 12:53 PM
Understand what?

I have no idea why death occurs and what happens to your consciousness after we croak.

I guess the only way offinding out is becoming cdgs ourselves.

Entilzha
31-08-09, 12:54 PM
Well, then i will ask you what happened when you died :)

Meatpie
31-08-09, 12:58 PM
I won't be able to speak, hear or see when I die.

I would just remain silent and stiff, staring into space.

Entilzha
31-08-09, 01:01 PM
I wasn't referring to your physical form...

I meant your spiritual self...

feetboy
31-08-09, 01:28 PM
Entilzha I have something to share with you...... Someone I know was in a car crash, his friend died in the wreck but my friend has survived and is OK. I have never met, nor even seen a pic of the guy who died.

A couple of nights I had a dream. This guy, who I couldn't identify other than he was about 20 and really attractive, was trying to walk home from the countryside to his hometown, he got to his street and told me he couldn't walk any further. He was really upset that he couldn't get home, so I just comforted him and said it will all be fine.

Two nights later, I had a dream that the same guy was standing in my front garden. He was trying to find me because he knew that I would be able to help him get home. When I saw him I said 'Oh, its you again, what are you doing in my dream?'

Entilzha, this second appearance of this man caused my neighbours dog to go berzerk!! The dog was barking and growling. I fell back to sleep and the guy was in my dream hiding round the side of my house, he was scared because he woke the dog. THen I woke up.

Anyway my mother showed me a photo of the guy that appeared in a local paper, that I hadn't seen. It was the guy in my dreams. I tell you that is a true story. This only happened last week. The boy was buried the week before, in the ground. At least he wasn't cremated, because I think he would get confused if there was no grave to find.

Meatpie
31-08-09, 01:35 PM
feet that is scary.

Entilzha
31-08-09, 02:27 PM
I think you had a special connection to that person. You reached out to him and he connected.

Your dream was a vision quest, and you comforted a tortured soul.

Commendable!

Thank you for sharing, if you feel you want to talk about and share, contact me in private.

feetboy
31-08-09, 03:37 PM
Meat it wasn't scary. I think he came to me because the guy i know, who lived, doesn't believe in anything. Somehow, the young guy who died knew he could come to me for help and he found me. When I found out he died, although I didn't know him, I actually cried. I have never had that for someone I don't know.

Incidentally his body was embalmed and kept at home for the week before his funeral. Then he was buried properly in a proper grave and he will lie there stiffly forever, just sleeping.

Meatpie
31-08-09, 03:56 PM
For a week? At room temperature?

feetboy
31-08-09, 04:16 PM
yes but embalmed.

Meatpie
31-08-09, 04:25 PM
They wouldn't allow anything like this here.

feetboy
31-08-09, 04:26 PM
why not?

Meatpie
31-08-09, 04:53 PM
Because there is no embalming here and any corpse will start to decomopose in a bad way after a day or two.

greatarchangels
01-09-09, 03:47 AM
I think i'm already dead.

feetboy
01-09-09, 09:35 AM
it says on the US embassy website that embalming can be performed at all Bulgarian hospitals.

Meatpie
01-09-09, 05:37 PM
Not possible. I went to the morgue and they don't do embalming here, let alone in hospitals.

There might be a place but generally embalming isn't practised here.

djbear
20-02-12, 12:57 AM
I am now old enough to know it could happen any time and I accept that. I would like to see my grandchildren grow up but I am prepared in case I don't.

fireboots
20-02-12, 03:16 AM
Well technically I died in 1977. I was severely injured as the result of a stupid ass stunt gone wrong. My skull was broken, the right side of my chest shattered with a rib puncturing my lung. My heart stopped in the night as they were trying to drain the blood out of my skull and lungs due to the pressure on my brain stem, and possibly the sedation. They managed to get my heart started again and kept me in a coma on life support and chilled just above hypothermic stage for 4 days while they worked on controlling the bleeding inside my skull and lungs. Another 10 days in the ICU, 2 months in in-hospital rehabilitation, followed by 2 years of multiple rehabilitative therapies, plus several rounds of surgery almost restored me to "normal".

I live with chronic headaches, and as I have aged Osteoarthritis has set into all those old injury sites.

Meatpie
20-02-12, 06:55 PM
Damn man, I am sorry. How old were you at the time of your shit accident?

fireboots
20-02-12, 07:30 PM
Damn man, I am sorry. How old were you at the time of your shit accident?
Hi Meatpie, I was 19. It was a drunk teenage stunt gone wrong, I was car surfing. I lasted 2 blocks then the idiot driver took a corner fairly fast and I was thrown onto the road. I had blood pouring out of my right ear, nose and I was coughing up frothy blood from my punctured lung. Oh yes, for fans of "Cute Dead Guys", my shorts had been ripped off leaving me bottomless with nasty road burns from my waist down. It was messy business and the sins of my youth have haunted me ever since.

Meatpie
20-02-12, 07:35 PM
You are lucky to be alive. You could have been autopsied at 19!

Were you hot?

Glad to have you with us though and thanks for sharing your accident story.

fireboots
20-02-12, 07:58 PM
Well some people thought I was "HOT". I was a competitive swimmer and hard core cyclist. A lot of people, boys and girls, thought I had a great ass, including the nurses in the hospital.

Meatpie
20-02-12, 08:04 PM
I have no doubt you were awesome. If you had died you would have been the hottest guy at the morgue on that day and necro nurses would have had a lot of fun with you.

Were you hairy?

fireboots
20-02-12, 08:40 PM
Actually yes, I was nicknamed "Sasquatch", but I would "skin" before a major competition, almost totally shaved down.
As for the nurses, one in particular had a lot of fun with the barely alive me. She used to say it was so refreshing to give me a shot of morphine in my hard butt compared to all the other people in the ward. She also helped relieve my bedsores almost daily and made a point to be in my ward when it was time to sponge bath me. It helped that she was really cute, and it was very hot that spring so she didn't wear much under her uniform.

I know this is primarily a gay forum, but I do like the ladies, especially those with sweet butts, and this nurse had a very sweet butt.

Meatpie
20-02-12, 08:58 PM
Oh wow, so you are bi? What are you doing on CDG?

fireboots
20-02-12, 09:33 PM
I'm actually primarily Hetero, but my ultimate kink is burning, particular myself getting burnt at the stake nude. In that fantasy world, and in many of my fire-play sessions, my "executioners" are men. I just recently stumbled on a scene from an old silent movie, "Winners of the Wilderness" which shows a nude man getting burnt at the stake by the Ottawa Indians, I got an instant hard on and had to do a quick at home fire-play session. I find scenes of nude men burned and better yet, being burnt incredibly stimulating. I like scenes of nude women burning too, but they don't get me going as quickly as a nude man getting his butt burned. I envision myself as the man getting burnt at the stake.

That said, my most regular fire-play partner was a woman who was also totally obsessed with getting burnt at the stake. We actually got seriously together after the above accident and stayed together for 4 years. Our sex life almost always involved fire, and often mock BATS scenes. I fucked that girl's ass while she was tied to a stake and my ass was getting warmed by a bonfire. We also "doggied" :rude_doggy: inside a ring of fire more than once.

CDG does have few images of burned nude men, though most of the stuff here does nothing for me. I'm not into gore, hanging, shooting, and beheading at all. My kink is fire and burning, but I do like butts, male and female so I do find more than a little here to turn my crank.

fireboots
20-02-12, 10:44 PM
Ok as you requested Meatpie,

The conversation under "The Day You Almost Died" may not be of general interest but I would like to share some of my other history with you. I have posted a lot of my personal kinks elsewhere in the forum. As you should know by now my kink is fire and burning, that predates that accident by a long time, the earliest I can trace it to in Grade One in Catholic School, but it might even be earlier.

The accident I mentioned was a life turner, going from an athlete to a near cripple is not easy. I recovered fairly well but one of the things that goes with a serious brain injury is depression. I have had had a hard time dealing with relationships, dealing with someone with chronic pain and bouts of depression isn't easy. I've had several special friends, all women, and never felt sexual attraction to a man.

After the accident I made the connection with the woman I mentioned. I had known her since we were kids, and guess what, we went to the same Catholic School. She had heard about my fiery torture at the hands of my "friends", and she had her own fiery fantasies. I was a near cripple but it wasn't long before we started to indulge our fiery fantasies. This became very intense and nearly ended in a double, fiery, suicide. Both of us were dealing with very serious shit, and fire was our bond. I've had other intimate relationships with women, not all involving fire, but never as intense.

I've experimented with my "Gay" side, thinking that that might be route to take my sex life, but other than a few male on male fire-play sessions that usually ended with me cumming against a stake, tree, or door jam as my butt and cock were burnt with a torch or over a campfire it hasn't worked out. My fantasy world does head into the "gay" world, the story I posted in the "Fire Group" did happen, and was in many ways "gay", but the draw was fire and burning.

Fireboots

Meatpie
20-02-12, 11:12 PM
Thanks for sharing your story man...and for being honest.

Amazing that you are not into dead guys yet you are still active on the forum.

fireboots
20-02-12, 11:33 PM
Well thanks Meatpie,
Having had a near death experience has left me close to the other side. Dead guys, and dead girls, have a draw for me so I do enjoy hanging out in forums like this. Just maybe I'll connect with another fire freak to feed my fantasies.

bindiboi
21-02-12, 10:49 PM
Several yrs ago, when it was discovered that I was a diabetic it was almost too late to matter. I was a very fit, healthy 17 yr. old, senior in high school. I started not feeling well. I started being really thirsty all the time, couldn't keep any food down. All I could do was drink water, piss every 15 minutes and sleep. One afternoon, only about 4 days of this, my mother had noticed that I hadn't been up to piss for awhile and came in and checked on me. No matter how hard she tried she couldn't wake me up. She called for an ambulance. On the way to the hospital my heart stopped. Once in the ER they got my heart going again only for it to stop two more times, the last time they almost couldn't get it started again. I slipped into a coma. They recorded my blood sugar around 980 (normal is 75-100). I stayed in a coma for two weeks before finally waking up. I have been told by the doctors that they don't know how I survived, I should have stayed dead. This was the event that started my death obsession. To this day, remembering that event gets me charged up and turned on. I have had close calls since then all due to my diabetes, but none as close as that.

fireboots
22-02-12, 05:50 AM
That is powerful, and scary stuff bindibo!
Juvenile Diabetes Type 1 is a truly evil disease that needs constant monitoring and it affects all areas of your life. In normally healthy people Type 1 Diabetes is often not diagnosed until a sever incident, though rarely as sever as yours. I hope that you have been well stabilized and have good medical support.

bindiboi
22-02-12, 07:27 AM
Well for quite a few years I was a "brittle" diabetic. Up and down. I have had 4 eye surgeries, lost a big toe, kidney problems, and have severe neuropathy. By the time doctors could get me on a treatment that totally worked, the damage had been done. I have been tightly controlled for about a year and a half. I'm just thankful to be breathing.

Meatpie
22-02-12, 09:33 AM
Have you considered suicide?

bindiboi
22-02-12, 09:39 AM
Back when I was brittle, yes. Almost everyday. It didn't matter how hard I tried I just couldn't control my sugar levels. If I weren't so close to my mom, I definitely would have offed myself, but I couldn't do that to her.

deaddirty
22-02-12, 12:08 PM
I'm glad you didn't do it, really good to hear your stabilised now, hope it stays that way!