The Creepiest Open Casket Funeral Ever [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago Funny

We"ve seen cars... even a guy in a kayak, but this wins the award for oddest open casket set-up ever.
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Male 14,330
[quote]Septic[/quote]

No, I`m not intersted in seeing your vajina.
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Female 2,602
[quote]Smoking pipes not plumbing[/quote]

I know we`re not talking about plumbing, you dumb. Septic. And you wonder why I spell stuff out for you?
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Male 14,330
[quote]Well, I`m pleased for you. Can`t say I`ve heard them come up in any conversation with a Septic, [/quote]

BWUAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAA! Smoking pipes not plumbing! I know that`s a big investment for a Scott!
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Male 505
@MacGuffin, get a life, pipecleaners were dirt cheap and fun, maybe your parents just couldn`t be bothered?
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Male 14,775
McG, if you have ever used a pipe* you`d have used a pipe cleaner.

*crack pipes excepted.
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Male 14,775
A stuffed black dude on a Japanese bike? Are they going to bury him with that, or keep him on display? It`s going to be hard to fit him in a box now that RM has set in.
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Male 3,061
Hopefully I can call this fake and gay, but that looks slim. This is funnier than a short legged midget and yet fxcked up ten ways til Wednesday...I don`t speak Spanish.
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Male 1,341
Yes actually, I always have pipe cleaners on hand to clean my pipe. Well I use them for that and to clean my M4.
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Female 2,602
[quote] ...What? What do you think America is? As if people just swagger down the street with guns on their hip, unafraid of getting into fights because of it? Honestly, just the sight of a gun in public is enough to make most people start to panic a little. It`s NOT that common an occurrence, and plenty of people get punched in the face.[/quote]

Yes, that is exactly what I think America is like. It`s not like I`ve been over to visit or anything, or was being sarcastic for rhetorical effect before. Don`t get confused and think I`m being sarcastic with this post either. No, siree. Definitely not.
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Male 3,894
[I] Is this the kind of arrogance that develops when you live in a place where the fear of getting punched in the face for being a jerk is diminished by the easy access to guns that protects you from such salutary violence? [/I]

...What? What do you think America is? As if people just swagger down the street with guns on their hip, unafraid of getting into fights because of it? Honestly, just the sight of a gun in public is enough to make most people start to panic a little. It`s NOT that common an occurrence, and plenty of people get punched in the face.
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Female 2,602
[quote]Yeah, Sesame Street had a whole family made out of them.

They had roller coasters too.[/quote]

OK, now, new question: have pipe cleaners *ever* actually been used to clean pipes? Or is like 99% of their purpose in being to entertain small children? And of course to prop up dead guys on motorcycles.
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Male 37,910

Are we sure this isn`t a wax museum and that`s a rap star`s image they`re looking at?
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Female 2,602
[quote]She can`t even manage to keep her condescension to herself when talking about pipe cleaners and window decals. I mean... really?[/quote]

He can`t even manage to keep his chip off his shoulder when you go to the trouble of explaining what you believe might otherwise be an obscure cultural reference that Yanks might not get. I mean.....really? Is this the kind of arrogance that develops when you live in a place where the fear of getting punched in the face for being a jerk is diminished by the easy access to guns that protects you from such salutary violence?

PS: Who the hell was talking about "window decals"?
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Female 2,602
[quote]MacGuffin, I can assure you that Americans know what pipecleaners are.[/quote]

Well, I`m pleased for you. Can`t say I`ve heard them come up in any conversation with a Septic, nor have I seen them mentioned as ubiquitously on, say, Sesame Street as they were on UK kids` TV programmes like Blue Peter, but glad you got the reference anyway. :)
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Male 3,285
@macguffin, speak for yourself. Every single kid in the 70`s 80`s and early 90`s know EXACTLY what they are.
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Male 1,268
She can`t even manage to keep her condescension to herself when talking about pipe cleaners and window decals. I mean... really?
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Male 148
MacGuffin, I can assure you that Americans know what pipecleaners are.

:|
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Male 1,558
Probably how he died
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Male 907
Rigor mortis must have set in.
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Male 1,216
@MacGuffin, You don`t know what pipe cleaners are? In here they are used absolutely everywhere to entertain kids in a cheap and shtty way. They are really not that expensive.
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Male 1,015
Lol Gerry... ^^
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Female 2,602
That must have taken quite a few pipe cleaners* and rolls of sticky-back plastic* to achieve.







* Don`t worry if you don`t know what these are, Americans. Truth is, we Brits don`t have a clue either. But when we were kids and there were programmes on TV telling you how to make stuff like dolls` houses and action man lairs, these were stock items that were used in the construction of said items. Kids like me just grew up thinking middle class kids must live in houses where there were drawers upon drawers of the things available.
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Male 5,608
Yes, Emmetty.
If weren`t going to have mine cremated, I kinda like this.

Helmet on for mine, though...
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Male 37,910

A Chuck Testa joke in 3....2.....1....
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Female 6,381
No. No no no no no. Just no.
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Male 1,015
Nope! Chuck Testa
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Male 153
Wear your helmet!
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Female 4,349
is the dude on the bike dead?
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Male 186
Please...zombie apocalypse now. This world is creeping me out.
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Male 19,879
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