Keeping with the yearly tradition from SBS...

HecticArt

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And "Happy 9/11" as one American celebrity put it (can't remember who).
That will happen from time to time.

I was at my mothers funeral, and a buddy told me "Congratulations"
he meant to say condolences. He felt like total shit. It was the best laugh of the day.
 

semipenguin

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I suppose it depends how you felt about your mother :p
When my step-dad died (he was the only person I considered my father), the record player at the funeral home started skipping. I had to work hard to keep from laughing out loud...:shock:

:p
 

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When my step-dad died (he was the only person I considered my father), the record player at the funeral home started skipping. I had to work hard to keep from laughing out loud...:shock:

:p
Something very similar happened at a friend's funeral as well. The casette player did the "chipmunk" thing for a few seconds. His brother spoke up and said "Way to go man." and we all had a good laugh. Lightened the mood quite a bit, was a cute little moment.
 

HecticArt

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I suppose it depends how you felt about your mother :p
There were pros and cons, but you can't take any of it too seriously. To quote Jim, "no one here gets out alive" any way. If you knew the guy that said it, you would have tears of laughter running down your face when he slipped.