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1667 clicks; posted to Business » on 20 Sep 2021 at 12:45 AM (4 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-09-19 5:10:04 PM  
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2021-09-19 6:29:59 PM  
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2021-09-19 7:49:36 PM  
They put the "fun" back into "funeral"!
 
2021-09-19 8:14:26 PM  
People must have their funeral potatoes recipes down to an artform by now.
 
2021-09-19 8:16:43 PM  
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2021-09-19 10:55:45 PM  
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2021-09-19 10:55:46 PM  
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2021-09-20 1:43:56 AM  
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2021-09-20 2:24:51 AM  
Excellent
 
2021-09-20 2:48:35 AM  

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fascinating, even.
 
2021-09-20 3:11:49 AM  
Ok, but was it playing the ice cream song?
 
2021-09-20 5:03:40 AM  

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2021-09-20 7:34:40 AM  
Love the joke, but you don't explain the joke - especially in the bewbs.
 
2021-09-20 8:19:46 AM  
Like my old man used to say: "Better make hay while the sun's shining."

I appreciate their seriously dark humor, if the fact that anti-vaxxers are losing loved ones at an alarming rate hasn't clued them in yet, I seriously doubt this moves the needle.
 
2021-09-20 9:20:31 AM  
That is so farking beautiful, I almost want to send them my business,
 
2021-09-20 9:29:21 AM  
This deserves some kind of advertising award, reminds me of the ads from Crazy People.
 
2021-09-20 9:37:18 AM  
Several twitlords heard a loud 'whoosh' upon seeing this and wondered out loud why someone would make an ad so cruel.
 
2021-09-20 9:44:28 AM  

fragMasterFlash: People must have their funeral potatoes recipes down to an artform by now.


On Arrakis, Funeral Potatoes are called potatoes.

I haven't had good funeral potatoes in decades. At the last family funerals I attended, they served something else. My dad's funeral funeral was cooked by a Thai lady (married to my stepmother's brother) who owns her own restaurant in Thailand, and the food was amazing, but I drove 14 hours expecting the comfort of funeral potatoes.

At my brother's funeral that was my one request, that somebody make some Funeral Potatoes. They have the recipe in the manual that tells you how to plan events like wedding receptions and funerals.

Scalloped potatoes are NOT "the same thing".
 
2021-09-20 10:26:46 AM  

The Darkest Timeline: That is so farking beautiful, I almost want to send them my business,


I'd rather not need their services, myself.
 
2021-09-20 10:28:15 AM  
This reminds me of the grinning coffin maker you frequently see in lots of spaghetti westerns right before the shiat hits the fan.
 
2021-09-20 2:29:43 PM  

Spice Must Flow: fragMasterFlash: People must have their funeral potatoes recipes down to an artform by now.

On Arrakis, Funeral Potatoes are called potatoes.

I haven't had good funeral potatoes in decades. At the last family funerals I attended, they served something else. My dad's funeral funeral was cooked by a Thai lady (married to my stepmother's brother) who owns her own restaurant in Thailand, and the food was amazing, but I drove 14 hours expecting the comfort of funeral potatoes.

At my brother's funeral that was my one request, that somebody make some Funeral Potatoes. They have the recipe in the manual that tells you how to plan events like wedding receptions and funerals.

Scalloped potatoes are NOT "the same thing".


Do the potatoes need to be cubed for you?
 
2021-09-20 5:50:21 PM  
Might as well advertise where many people are gathered at once! They know their clientele.
 
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