Colin: Oh, there we go.
Shreya: We’re live.
Colin: We’re live. Hey, Shreya.
Shreya: Hey, Colin.
Colin: So we have a meeting today with a client who wants to do something interesting with his ashes.
Colin: I mean, in the future, not now.
Colin: He’s not ashes yet. So-
Shreya: What are the options?
Colin: It got me curious.
Colin: So you gotta go look. So I found a list of interesting things to do with your ashes after you die.
Shreya: Yeah. Hopefully it’s not while you are alive.
Colin: Yes. After. Afterwards. Very important. So, number one, turn yourself into an hourglass. How’s that?
Shreya: I don’t know if I’m into that.
Colin: Very symbolic.
Colin: But then it makes sense to me.
Shreya: I mean, it’s kind of weird to have to look at someone’s ashes all the time. It’s in this glass thing, and you’re just looking at him. I don’t know.
Colin: Would just be in an urn. It’s like an urn.
Colin: To a vinyl record.
Shreya: I could get behind that.
Colin: So apparently you can get pressed into your favorite record. Or I guess if you have a band, your own record.
Shreya: Well, what about your favorite playlist? Can I make a playlist and then have it be turned into a record of my favorite songs?
Colin: Now you’re onto something.
Shreya: I like it.
Colin: And you’d love this one, Shreya, a diamond ring.
Shreya: Would I?
Colin: That’s a joke. Shreya hates diamonds. Yeah, you can have your ashes turned into a diamond, apparently.
Colin: Interesting. What a time to be alive.
Shreya: Yeah. Diamonds are a girl’s best friend.
Colin: You can become the teddy bear. That’s number four.
Shreya: That’s kind of weird.
Colin: Apparently a company puts your remains inside a plush cuddly teddy bear.
Shreya: Although, wouldn’t it be funny, because remember you asked me about what animal I could wrestle to the ground and I said a giraffe. And if you put my ashes into a stuffed giraffe, then you would remember me all the time.
Colin: It’d be like an inside joke. I’d be laughing every day.
Colin: Tattoos. Apparently you can throw your ashes in some ink and then have them injected into your body.
Colin: Questionable science, I think.
Shreya: Yeah. I don’t know how healthy that is for you, but hopefully we’re both old when that happens.
Colin: You can have your … This is number six, have your ashes turned into a set of 240 pencils. Each pencil is stamped with your name, birth and death year.
Shreya: Who Was it we were just listening to, there was a comedian and they were talking about how they noticed that nobody uses pencils anymore. I feel like that’s supposed to be something.
Colin: He could turn himself into a pencil. Okay. A portrait, have a portrait done of you Have a portrait done of you and mix the ashes into the paint. Yeah. Yeah. Ash paint.
Shreya: I feel like you would be into that.
Colin: Yeah, a really regal-
Colin: Looking portrait. Stained glass. You can become stained glass.
Shreya: That’s kind of cool.
Shreya: You can become beautiful artwork, I like it.
Colin: I don’t even know what this one is. The DNA tree?
Shreya: I mean, I like the idea of planting a tree.
Colin: There you go. Yeah. And then the last one, fireworks. Shove yourself inside of a firecracker and-
Shreya: Light something on fire.
Colin: Yeah, get blown up in the sky. So, let’s go back over here. There we are. Oh, hey Rose.
Shreya: Yeah. Hi, Rose.
Colin: What is your favorite, one through 10, which one would you choose? I would go for the painting.
Shreya: Would you?
Shreya: I would go for the vinyl record.
Colin: Cool. Well, why don’t you comment below.
Shreya: And if you want to know what songs I’d put on there, feel free to ask. I’m thinking about it right now.
Colin: Get her Spotify list.
Colin: All right. Bye, bye.