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Are you the kind of person who laughs when they see a cat getting run over? Tell us about the times your sense of humour has gone beyond taste and decency.

Suggested by SnowyTheRabbit

(, Thu 22 Jul 2010, 15:19)
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My nan died a couple of years ago...
It wasn't particularly sudden, she'd been unwell for a long time. She'd always been tiny, 5 feet tall in her prime & never more than seven stone. The day she died she weighed just under four. Anyway, my uncle & brother had gone out somewhere & my mum was in the kitchen & it was just me & my tiny, frail nan alone in her living room, the telly was on & it was showing her favourite programme, "Street Crime UK" & some Smack-head was being arrested & kicking up an almighty fuss, screaming & shouting & fighting for all he was worth & I heard my nan, in a barely audible whisper, say something at this Mancunian Junkie. Fifteen minutes later, she passed away. She never said anything after uttering those words, I was the only one who heard them.

Later that day, I went to see my little sis who was understandably devastated. We sat & talked & I told her that I'd been there just before she went, & how she died watching her favourite programme. "Oh yeah" I said, "I know this is a bit weird, but I heard her last words as this smack-head was being arrested on telly". "What did she say"? asked our Meg... "Dick Head", I replied. Through tears of laughter & sadness, we sat pissing ourselves for about 15 minutes
(, Sat 24 Jul 2010, 3:08, 1 reply)
That's not a guilty laugh you should laugh with pride
god bless your nan...

i wonder what she said when she got upstairs (heaven) ?
(, Tue 27 Jul 2010, 11:03, closed)

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