Although, when you get really cold, you start to feel as if you are burning. Therefore, I think it would be less painful, but still a very slow burning sensation. Yes, your body might phase out.. but that's after it gets REALLY confused. I'm not sure. I personally think they are both really bad.Yeah that's one reason, but I hate the thought of being burnt alive, I have trouble with just friction burns, or burns from the oven.
Also, it would make me feel a little bit like Captain America ;P and the freezing is apparently a slower, lees humane death
How'd you manage to get that cold?Freezing. Okay, it's cold for a while but when you pass that phase, it starts feeling comfortable - in contrast with burning, where you die after (and because of) the pain. (Once my feet froze to the point my nails fell off and actually the most painful part of all was getting unfrozen again - now THAT hurts.
But my personal favourite is dying in a plane crash.
That sounds horrible.My ski-boots were too small, so I didn't get enough blood to my toes. This was in combination with -15 C on the ski resort, which was so cold that I didn't realize something is happening to my feet.