I am a firm believer in burial, though strictly "a la francaise," which style dictates that, in absence of a family crypt, a whole is dug in the ground, a thick white brick encasement is built there in, the sarcophagus is lain inside of it, and then this lapidary "box" is sealed over with a large marble plaque, often engraved, or, merely sealed over with slab of concrete in more humble circumstances: The "sealing" is hermetic and so the coffin and its contents remain inside there to naturally turn to dust without the aid of earth worms and maggots. These actually do ultimately turn to dust: Ancient crypts that are vandalized and open after hundreds of years contain only heaps of dust and fragments of bones. I would have to insist on Jicky. Not only would I insist on it, but, were I given the option, a sealed 1000ml bee bottle of Jicky PdT as well as a 250ml one of parfum would be nestled inside the coffin along with me: I recently had an all white tux made. I wore it to a party. Once the party was over, I thought: I could save it to be buried in. I think I would like a greyish mauve silk velvet lining in the coffin, the all white tux, the all white everything, pocket square, etc, body, clothes and hair drenched in Jicky. There are options. But, regardless of what I wear, Jicky is *the only one* that i will ever "be remembered for," so.....Jicky. --I think I would want all white flowers as well: Stalk, Flox, White Carnations, Casablanca lilies, white roses, phaleanopsis orchids, all white--with maybe just a tiny hint of mauve: Lavender stalks perhaps. I would also like all invitees to wear white, and, were it my express wish, I'd bet that they all would: White, white & white, Jicky, Jicky, Jicky.