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Funeral For The Dearly Despised: What Would You Wear?

RatherAnOddball

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Hello hello,

There are all of these threads about funeral wear lately, and all of them are no fun at all. Imagine.

So, say - what little, subtle, witty detail would you add if you weren't too keen on the former owner of the corpse being given the old heave-ho? I hate lots of old people that I know, so I might have to deal with this soon.

Anyone with a better idea than a yellow carnation?

Ta.
 

acidboy

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If you so despise a deceased person, then why go to the funeral in the first place? Why don't you consider the feelings of the grieving family and friends and just stay home?
 

Lowndes

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Originally Posted by acidicboy
If you so despise a deceased person, then why go to the funeral in the first place? Why don't you consider the feelings of the grieving family and friends and just stay home?

+1, stay home. A funeral isn't a place to try to make a witty little statement because you didn't like the person.
 

Raz

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Originally Posted by Cary Grant
Wear the deceased clothes.

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illeagle

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wear a devil costume... after the family/friends give their eulogies and they ask if anyone else has any words, go up there and welcome the dearly despised into the after life
 

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Tracksuit... In a nice colour
 

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