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(Mainichi Daily News)   Man orders disposal of wife's body as 'old statue of Buddha'   ( divider line
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4649 clicks; posted to Main » on 01 Jan 2003 at 4:35 PM (14 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2003-01-01 04:39:45 PM  
He was really saying "my buddy". It seems like an easy mistake to make.
2003-01-01 04:40:14 PM  
Oh. My. Budda.
2003-01-01 04:41:14 PM  
What the...

However, he later alerted police because in retrospect he felt it was too light to be an image of Buddha.

What does your "average" Buddha weigh?

"The unbearable lightness of Buddha"...
2003-01-01 04:41:14 PM  
They should cut his beans off.
2003-01-01 04:41:27 PM  
handyman = Dumbass
husband = Dumbass 2
he should have taken care of her himself
2003-01-01 04:53:43 PM  
"Buddha" must have had some serious Rigor Mortis if the dumass handyman thought she could have been a statue.
2003-01-01 04:55:31 PM  

2003-01-01 04:57:03 PM  
2003-01-01 11:57:14 PM  
That really turns me on for some reason.
2003-01-02 01:31:34 PM  
did somebody order a pizza?
2003-01-02 05:58:59 PM  
The page contains a link to a story about how 5 people choked to death on sticky rice cakes. So much for the stereotype that all Japanese are brilliant... o.0
2003-01-02 07:05:30 PM  
Wow...This guy is really in some big trouble...murdering your wife in Japan is a pretty serious offence. I think the fine is 10,000 yen and 40 hours of community service.

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