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  • Submitted by mmmmbop on Oct 9, 11 at 5:11pm

    I think there should always be more than one stiff there

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    Submitted by showMEdemTITTAYS on Oct 10, 11 at 2:18am

    You shouldn't be asking this guy, you should be asking will ferell, Owen Wilson, or Vince vaughn

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    Submitted by paranormalfreak on Oct 9, 11 at 2:50pm

    do it when no one is around.

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    Submitted by Jennamatic_3000 on Oct 9, 11 at 3:43pm

    Not true, smiche. People go to friends funerals all the time. That sort of sounds morbid, but, meh...

  • Submitted by sevensevenseven on Oct 9, 11 at 2:55pm

    I read this as hitting a girl...

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    Submitted by smiche516 on Oct 9, 11 at 3:33pm

    80% chance ur related ur at a funeral

    • Submitted by sleete on Oct 9, 11 at 7:31pm

      depends on how old the deceased is, the older the person, the greater the chance of being a family member.

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    Submitted by Nero905 on Oct 10, 11 at 8:51am

    The corpse is not the only thing that's stiff..

  • Submitted by GetOffMyLawn on Oct 10, 11 at 1:08am

    It's all good as long as she's not actually the one in the casket. Just tell her you want her help putting the "fun" back in "funeral".

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    Submitted by scattermyshot on Oct 9, 11 at 7:58pm

    Tell her you want to put a nail in her coffin. Then pick one of the flowers off the corpse, preferably a rose, then tell her she smells exactly like it. See, you didn't think I could be romantic ;)

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    Submitted by peachpie88 on Oct 10, 11 at 11:36am

    I say respect the dead, family, and friends, and wait until after the funeral...

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    Submitted by ReesesPoofs on Oct 10, 11 at 11:08am

    This gets considerably more awkward when you realize it's the girls mom's funeral.