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Wow, #47, way to reply to my post with something completely irrelevant so you'll be at the top. Good job.

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i recently went to a funeral in which a few coworkers of the son of the deceased were there. depends on the job and how close they are i guess

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Lol that was exactly my first thought too. Unless OP's father and brother also work with him. I love the dead zone comment, definitely could see it as a commercial!

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There is always a lot of laughter at my families funerals - i was bit creeped out by it at first, but then the deceased would rather have us laughing and smiling then crying, and because of how large and spread out the family is, funerals are often the only time everyone can get together. *My great grandfather encouraged laughter at his funeral by pre-planning to have the funeral director prop up a note in his coffin "Hiya folks, thanks for coming. I'd get off my feet and greet you but

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Today at my fathers funeral some guy's cell phone went off, and just after that some kid started laughing loudly. FML

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Sowething like that happend to me. I couldnt stop laughing when the guy behind me at the funeral said: im freezing to death here!

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That's like the greatest joke told at a funeral of all time, its neither FYL nor YDI, it woulda been FYL if you don't laugh at a joke like that, because then you would have problems.

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I agree with 93 op ur brother is freakin awesome just for thinking of that and btw u never said what happened after that. U probly just explained i after the funeral and everything was alright

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