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People More Likely To Die On Birthdays

According to a Swiss study published in the journal Annals Of Epidemiology, people have a 14 percent greater chance of dying on their birthday. What do you think?

  • "Oh, Christ, another way people can make an entire day about themselves."

    Gordon Pleasance
    Dough Mixer
  • “That’s nothing. Last year on my birthday, my parents totally forgot to call and my boyfriend got me the stupidest watch.”

    Deanna Curtis
    Bundle Tier and Labeler
  • "I like the symmetry of it all, but I hate the idea of roaming the afterlife with a party hat on."

    Dane Kyes