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This is a question Putting the Fun in Funeral

Some deaths come suddenly or too soon and can really hit hard, others seem to be a blessed relief. Similarly, some funerals can be deeply upsetting and sad, others can make you want to hug the world.

Mmm, don't want to bring you down or anything, but tell us your funeral stories...

(, Thu 11 May 2006, 9:31)
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rest in peace Tony....
we buried my stepdad 3 weeks ago. for someone who spent the last 15 years of his life in a wheelchair (he had muscular dystrophy) and who smoked 40 fags a day, drank vodka/brandy like it was going out of fashion, and spent all his time playing video games. (xbox live handle was bullseyeuk, tonyere and a member of the avit clan) his post mortem showed him to be one of the healthiest people that ever walked (or wheeled) on this earth.
the only thing that was wrong with him was the undetected bloodclot that killed him.

his funeral was like a scene from the godfather. loads of huge blokes (average size in his family is 6 foot 5 and about 18 stone) in black suits and sunglasses. tony loved karaoke, at his service we had song sheets printed out and everyone sung one last song with him. ALL the flowers were in the blue and white of his beloved spurs. and we all got riotously pissed at my mums house after the service.

no funny story here. just a good man who was taken too early and who i loved and will miss forever.

Tony Welch. Requiescat in Pace. im gonna miss you dude. have a cold one waiting for me when its my turn you old fucker
(, Tue 16 May 2006, 5:29, Reply)

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