"What will you miss when you die?"
"I don't know. The people? Sunrises? Fresh air? ... Sex? How about you?"
"I don't think I'll be missing a thing."
"I see: once you're dead, you won't be conscious to realize that there's anything to miss. Is that it?"
"No, I just don't plan on missing a thing. That's all."
"What, you're not planning on dying? Not very realistic, you know."
"Oh, I'm sure I'll be dead at some point. I just don't see why that should stop me from enjoying all those things you mentioned. Maybe I'll even learn to enjoy them more, once the shackles of physical being have been released."
"Is it too late to change my answer?"