BKITU: In other news, it's legal to send human remains by post.
letthebutthurtflow: [andrewsidea.files.wordpress.com image 850x478]
Englebert Slaptyback: *shrug* It's all the same to the person in the box.
Elegy: FTFA: In October, 2012, the cremated ashes of Henry Lefebvre mysteriously appeared at a San Diego car wash 17 years after his death. They were eventually returned to his family.This got me all excited. Henry Lefebvre's ashes turned up in a carwash? AWESOME! The man continues to subvert notions of social space even after his death!Followed the link and was very disappointed to learn it was Henry Efebvre, not the real Henry Lefebvre.
I_Am_Weasel: Also. You may also wish to have them couriered, not mailed, you cheap bastard.
illannoyin: It doesn't matter. You're dead.Or...You're dead. It doesn't matter./Either way it doesn't matter because you're dead and it doesn't matter
busy chillin': BKITU: In other news, it's legal to send human remains by post.FedEx guys are drug dealers. They just don't know it.
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