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(Courier Mail)   When you die, most people want to leave behind in their will money or a family heirloom for their children. This guy is going to leave behind a nine-foot saltwater crocodile. Thanks, Dad   (couriermail.com.au) divider line 3
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2012-07-08 09:44:57 AM
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After further pondering this headline, I have concluded that I am OK with the idea of everyone having buttsecks on the occasion of my passing.
2012-07-08 09:33:39 AM
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"When you die, most people want to leave behind in their will money or a family heirloom for their children."

Aw geez. OK, mods have strangely greenlit another linguistic monstrosityof a headline in yet another disturbing and successfull attempt to hurt my brain.

Let's just break this baby down.

"When you die, most people want to leave behind in their will..."

Wait a minute. So, when I die, most people will want to leave behind in their will? Who would want to inherit behind from a family member on the occasion of my death when I am a total stranger? Moreover, what does this mean? Do they get a rump roast, buttsecks, do they get left behind? I don't understand what 'behind' is being left and how it is intended to be used.

"...money or a family heirloom for their children."

Oh. OK. So when I die, most people will also offer to their families the option of receiving money or a family heirloom in lieu of behind.

Nevermind. Makes perfect sense now.

Carry on, all.
2012-07-08 09:23:55 AM
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The croc has already shown it has a taste for human flesh... so when you die, Dad, we're going to save on funeral costs AND crocodile feeding costs at the same time.
 
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