By notnicefools - 29/05/2012 02:51 - United States - San Diego
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Definitely horrible. I have a hard time wrapping my head around the insensitivity and stupidity of some people around my age. I barely feel comfortable talking at a grave site in fear of disrupting people around me, let alone smoking weed and discussing conspiracy theories. FYL, OP. I hope next time you try to honor your late husband, you get to do so in peace.
Haha I'm sorry you got thumbed down for being sarcastic. I thought it was funny. And OP, For all anyone knows they could've been at a good friend or family members grave that they used to have stoned conversations with. Usually everyone at a cemetery has a story whether it's obvious or not. Everyone has a different way of dealing with loss. Or they could just be asholes.
Cemetery's are a public place. Everyone who has lost someone has a right to be there. If my brother asked me to try and not be sad when he died and maybe even go smoke a blunt with him at his grave, I'll make damn sure that's what I'm gonna do. I didn't say it wasn't disrespectful. I just said everyone has their own story.
I recognize they are a public place, and that IF those teenagers were there to mourn, they absolutely have a right to be there. However if I lost somebody and knew how badly that hurt, and felt the importance of honoring their life, I wouldn't want to disturb the people around me who were there trying to do the same thing. I wouldn't look down on someone smoking at a friend or family member's grave site if their loved one asked them to. I look down on it when it becomes a disturbance for other people who are trying to grieve.
Ignore them, they were flying !
Instead, you accidentally got high from second hand, and began discussing your hatred of Twilight and teenagers with him.
That's fucking horrible
I'm sorry. That's so rude, especially in a cemetery.