No-one really knows just how much time they have to live, but there are often formulas and tests that one can do to kind of predict when you'll go, barring some unfortunate accident. It's even easier to keep track of that now with the Tikker watch that Yahoo News reported about on Oct. 8, 2013, and it is actually a death watch that lets you know when you're going to go.
There is a Kickstarter going for it to be produced and you can have your own for just a $39 pledge.
Essentially, the Tikker watch will be a continuously running countdown clock to your ultimate death. Setting it up is easy as you answer some questions and then subtract your age from the results. From there, the clock on your "death watch" counts down the rest of your life.
The $39 pledge gets you a Tikker watch in plain black, but there are other, more stylish colors to let the world know of when you'll die. Those custom colors come with a price though as they require a pledge of $1,000. Guess that style is more expensive than death.
Tikker gives the world the idea that they shouldn't waste their life by being upset with trivial things. Should they get frustrated with being bored, all they have to do is look down and remember life is ticking away and they should be happy with what they have left.