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By jackie89 - / Sunday 10 August 2014 19:26 / United Kingdom - Redruth
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  Garrison21  |  11

Hey at least he is trying. Even though it's not really a good place for that behavior.

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  LeFrogDog  |  27

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  Liamj774  |  36

You guys need somebody to take you under

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  pussystank  |  18

It's Ok man, I once couldn't hold my laughter at a funeral because the grieving lady looked epically hilarious while weeping. Don't start thumbing me down yet, I was only 6 or 8 years old.

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Your Hubby has a sense of humor I'd enjoy. Don't take life too seriously, you will never get out of it alive (as per the funeral). If just 1 person does that at my funeral I'd be happy.

By  Sudokori  |  13

The ONE place that you NEVER make dick jokes. Seriously

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

When my grandma died my brother and I made jokes and tried and lighten the mood. Looking back I realize it was a way to decompress and handle the situation. Personally I love that your husband was making jokes and trying to lighten the mood. As long as it was kept between you two (and I bet he would never say it to anyone else other than maybe a best friend) than no problem. No harm, no foul.

By  Shadowvoid  |  31

Well maybe you could mourn the passing of his hard on because I wouldn't be giving him any for a while after that

By  PinkieKeen  |  20

tell him that he'll be 'mourning' over the sex you won't have for a week.

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