There’s the expression “One foot in the grave” idiomatically signifying that someone is close to dying and it’s primarily directed towards the elderly or the ailing. However, I don’t think it would sufficiently cover someone a step or two close to killing themselves. I can’t think of what a phrase like that could be. Perhaps, “Time to pop my top” or “Ready to color your wrists red.”
Whatever that colloquialism is, that’s exactly who this video is for. Whoever needs buy this DVD is the exact paragon for which the phrase would be meant to pigeon hole that gloomy kid whose hope is running on empty, but still seeks some desperate placebo that might change it all around. Kind of like when God spoke to Lot in Genesis asking, “Give me one fucking reason not to burn this whole place to the ground.” Except in our case, it’s a person grasping at straws in the nihilistically bleak universe, not seeing a reason to put in more quarters and give life a round two… unless of course someone could tell me, “Without me, the puzzle is incomplete.” Paradoxically, and somewhat conveniently, it may also serve as an affirmation exercise to move forward with your suicide. You know, in case you realize the nadir you’ve reached by even buying the disc. Boy, that’s a moment of clarity.
You know what, maybe the expression can be “Cheers to You.”