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You'd imagine that if anyone in the world wasn't afraid of something, it'd be the absolute unit that is Arnold Schwarzenegger - who, it turns out, isn't even scared of dying. Nope, it actually just 'p***es' him off.
Appearing on The Howard Stern Show back in 2019 while promoting Terminator: Dark Fate, Arnie got talking about death... As you do.
Stern asked the movie star: "Are you afraid of death?"
Schwarzenegger replied: "I'm not afraid of death, I'm just p***ed off about it."
I know, it sounds like a line that's straight out of one of his movies.
Turning to Jimmy Kimmel, who was sat on the sofa next to him, Schwarzenegger added: "Especially, I think, when you have a life like we have, and then one day it's over.
"I mean, that really p***es me off."
Moving on to the equally cheery subject of the afterlife, Stern asked the actor what he thought happened when we die.
Schwarzenegger replied bluntly: "The truth is you go 6ft under. And we're gonna rot there. That's it."
Injecting a little more optimism into the chat, he continued: "Hopefully, there is a life after this and we all know it's going to be different.
"I hope there's life after this, but it's not gonna be like this.
"I'm not gonna sit, after we're dead, we're not gonna sit here like this and do interviews and have a great time and have laughs.
"Maybe there will be angels sitting around, maybe there will be God there smacking us every time we say a four-letter word or something like that.
"I mean, I don't know what it is, but it's upsetting and I cannot stand it.
"I'm so angry about it. I'm furious about it."
Addressing Stern, he joked: "We want to be the only ones that live forever!"
Thankfully, 73-year-old Schwarzenegger has since had his coronavirus vaccine, which should hopefully keep the Grim Reaper at bay for a little longer.
In fact, when he went to receive the jab at the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, he encouraged others to do the same by reciting the the classic Terminator line: "Come with me if you want to live."
Captioning the video on Twitter, Arnie said: "Today was a good day. I have never been happier to wait in a line. If you're eligible, join me and sign up to get your vaccine. Come with me if you want to live!"
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