New And Exciting Developments In Caskets [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Funny

Stay moist and fresh like a snack cake... forever.
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Male 304
Do ever feel, Y`know, Not so fresh?
Well, Problem solved!
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Female 314
@Delos LMFAO Sounds like a plan
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Female 5,222
>.<
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Female 406
Nice, just to stay fresh till you get up one day? wtf?
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Male 2,424
Looks like a modern art expo. That said, I think he is on to something...

Now, for a giant fridge my family can keep me in.
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Male 321
Hmm.. it needs more creature comforts like lace and stuffing.. I want to be comfortable if I am going to last forver.
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Female 151
Crap, should`ve read the comments first. abby0315 already said it.
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Female 151
Does this remind anyone else of Eerie, Indiana? There was an episode about a woman who slept in a Tupperware container and never grew old. Was one of my favourite episode, what a trip down memory lane baha.
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Male 532
Yeah! I wanna be cremated by microwave in THAT THING!
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Female 17
"a gigantic glad tupperware? I`d rather be cremated"


Erm it clearly says ziploc.... just sayin...
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Female 317
i`ll never think of snack cakes the same way again. D:
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Male 205
I want to have an interesting pre-funeral.. after I die, they can strip the flesh and tissue from my skeleton and bind the bones so that I`m pose-able and de/re-attachable, but that the bindings are not readily noticeable. I will leave instructions for a group of friends to disassemble me, take me the the restroom of a public library, and reassemble me in one of the stalls, standing on the toilet, so that my feet cannot be seen, and a camera in my skull to catch feed of the people who find me, to be uploaded to You-tube, or the future equivalent. There will be a "return address" tied to my wrist, so that after I am returned, I may have my remains built into the walls of my house, along with a disc explaining why the new owners found my dead body while repairing/remodeling.. Not a written note, so that there will be a longer period of time where foul play is suspected... (930 characters,883 not counting this tidbit!)
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Male 533
Can it go in the microwave?
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Male 25,416
cool!
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Female 533
a gigantic glad tupperware? I`d rather be cremated
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Male 2,893
There are some really stupid people out thar in the world of the dead.
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Male 394
It`ll break open from the soil weight just like 99% of all other caskets.
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Female 463
That`s kinda cool. But very creepy...
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Female 1,324
@peahprincess

if you compare the size of the container to the size of everything else, it`s clear it`s not, like the weird panting thing, or the welcome mat/carpet...thing
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Female 1,329
I watched something like this on a show called "Eerie, Indiana". I was an episode on how a mom and her twin sons wanted to stay young and fresh forever, so they slept in tupperware every night.
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Male 6,693
The sign reads " Pls. do not touch. "
I just want to put some potato salad in it.
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Female 81
LOL Love it!
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Male 1,523
Oh cool, the artist should have himself buried in that.
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Female 137
ithink thats a close view of a normal container
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Male 258
I`ll take it. I`m afraid of being buried alive.
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Male 558
gotta be a lot cheaper than any I`ve had the misfortune of pricing...
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Female 3,562
Neko, it`s called cryogenic freezing. We`re perfectly capable of preserving a dead human body forever.
But I like the amusing cultural contrast for this art peice.
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Male 716
Well, just fill it with formaldehyde and you`re all set actually.
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Female 696
Makes me think of if in the future, contraptions like this might be made to preserve the human body, like extreme mummying. But then again, by the time that could be possible, most likely burials arent going to be done anymore.
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Female 2,352
Leftover fresh!
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Male 1,378
lol, the cadaver would be soup later on
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Male 191
Oystah, you just made my day.
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Male 997
You seen the caskets they get in africa, its a status thing to get buried and people will spend all the money they have to get a really fancy wedding for their loved ones
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Female 1,623
hahahaha I can`t believe they did this
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Female 8,051
I suppose it for the less fresh corpse- keep the van smelling nice. Or bits- easier to move than a bag.
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Female 305
Reminds me of Eerie Indiana...anyone remember that episode where the new kids were young forever because their mom put them in the fridge containers every night? No?
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Female 4,039
The lid would ultimately go missing.
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Male 519
I agree with you gerry, but whatever is done with my body when I die I want my stuff to go with me
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Male 2,688
This casket needs Billie Mays pushing it on tv...
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Male 240
Just put me in a bag and set me on the curb Tuesday.
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Male 552
Also this keeps the bodies fresher(er) for the necrophiliacs. This has `win` written all over it for them.
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Male 1,505
"wow! does anyone remember eerie indiana?!"

I loved that show. That was the first thing I thought of when I saw this pic.
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Male 39,909
when I`m dead I figure I`m not here so I don`t care what happens. Turn me into Soilant Green or just throw me in a dumpster. I don`t cater to superstition and such so whatever is the cheepest
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Male 17,511
OMG, Don`t let my Dad know about this.
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Female 58
hahaha yesss flibmeister!!! that was a weird episode haha like stepford wives on acid
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Male 76
But is it microwave or dishwasher safe?
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Male 1,083
i seriously would like to be buried in this. i don`t need a fancy expensive casket. i mean c`mon, i`m DEAD.
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Female 833
wow! does anyone remember eerie indiana?!
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Male 881
You know it`s sealed when you hear the burp!
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Female 9,572
That`s awesome.
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Male 257
tupperware for the afterlife?!
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Male 552
"Save money, get creamated."

Nah..this looks cheaper.
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Male 15,510
The zombies will love it
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Male 10,338
I want!
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Male 648
Save money, get creamated.
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Male 20,908
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