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(Fox News)   Funeral procession goes thru Burger King drive thru so that the deceased could have it his way   (foxnews.com) divider line 3
    More: Silly, Burger King, Pennsylvania, deceased, restaurant managers, York  
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2013-01-27 03:09:59 AM  
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"It's nice to know he was a loyal customer up until the end -- the very end,"

Ack.

America kinda sucks.
2013-01-27 09:13:45 AM  
1 votes:
If I was in a funeral procession and it pulled into a drive thru lane at a fast food joint I would turn off my lights and drive on home.
White trash folks can do whatever they wanna do, but they will do it without me.
2013-01-27 08:56:49 AM  
1 votes:

Strangerarranger: I had surgery last year and told my dad and stepmom that if I die, I wanted to be cremated and pitched in the nearest trash can. The stepmom was shocked. I told her that if you're gone and have been reduced to a box of ashes, what does it matter?


It doesn't matter to you -- you are dead, but your relatives might find some closure by disposing of your ashes in a more dignified way while saying a few words in remembrance of you. Asking for a small service respects their need to deal with your death.

Oh dear Lord, I can't believe I just typed this in a thread about a wake going through a BK drive-thru. Never mind -- just have them empty the ashes onto the ground next to the trashcan and check to see if the container your ashes were in is recyclable. Might as well be green about it.
 
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