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  1. Having spent the past few days organising a funeral for a close family member, I have been amazed at the shit people come out with. "It's what he/she would have wanted" relating to anything that gets decided, people the deceased hadn't met for 20+ years seem to know "what they would have wanted" - Utter nonsense. "They are at rest now" - yup, because they are dead, they are most likely "at rest" "they are in a better place" - What? In a box in the ground instead of with their family? - f**k right off "At least they are not in pain" - Again, that's right because they are dead. I'm sure the P&B faithful have their own stories or mental chat surrounding this kind of activity. Have you dropped a coffin? Fallen in a grave mid burial? Pumped anyone at a funeral? Funeral fist fights?
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