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Saturday, July 27, 2013

OBITUARIES



I"m going to let you guess why these were hand-picked by me.











































38 comments:

  1. "Bubbi's favorite." What a nightmare that bitch must be.

    I do love Allen's turquoise coif.

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    1. it's always brilliant to call out
      someone's favorite in an obit.

      good for the family glue.

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    1. couldn't help but wonder if P.S.Poon ever
      answered his phone to someone asking if
      mr. spoon was in?

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  3. You’ve outdone yourself here, Norma.

    Did Frances G. use the services of her employer (American Hoist & Derrick) to put her hairdo into place?

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    1. rumor has it she didn't pull a permit.

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  4. I was hoping that Mr Poon was survived by a relative named Tang.

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    1. hopefully he's guzzling tang right
      now as he navigates the heavens.

      whatever flavor he's inclined towards.

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  5. Star of David tablecloths.

    We've lost someone who filled a niche in the market.

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  6. Mr. Posthumus and Ms. Kroke had their fates sealed from the beginning.

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  7. The whole family is going to miss Hazel.

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  8. Claribel sounds like a black widow.

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    1. i still cannot believe that someone
      walked this planet with the name claribel.

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    2. Other than cows or clowns.

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  9. It is a sad day for the donut business AND the Desmond family.

    My condolences, Norma.

    *continues reading*

    Accident prone, weren't they?

    A donut trailer accident and a childhood shooting by a neighbour boy. Survived 'til age 97 with the bullet still in her. Good on ya, girl!

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    1. i'm thinking she stood there by the wreckage
      of the donut trailer & her dead first husband
      like scarlett o'hara did after the north ravaged
      tara, and swore to god that she'd live to fry another mini.

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    2. There's definitely a made-for-TV movie in this, Norma.

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    3. it's in turn around as i type.

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    5. I'm seeing Sally Field as the lead.

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    6. A doughnut van accident and "special sons"? I see Harvey Fierstein in the role. Jx

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  10. I'd like to see the name tags at a Poon-Pun family reunion.

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    1. and what name would
      we see at your reunion,
      Manifest Jestiny?

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    2. We would only see initials, Norma, only initials!

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    3. if you left your cake out in the sun, then yes.

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  11. At Norman Schmeckpeper's funeral, people didn't cry...


    THEY SNEEZED!

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    1. if everyone in the room sneezes,
      the departed gets closer to their glory, faster.

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  12. I'm worried your spending to much time in the OBITUARIES darling. And I 'll ask do you have a thing for men falling asleep in Jesus's arms? And wasn't that thing you did in school with your thumb what got you the nickname Tom Thumb Desmond? Now excuse me, Im just back, and must wash out my hazel.

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    1. don't let me catch you back here
      with that hazel unwashed again!

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  13. Owned a business that made Star of David table clothes, bwahahahahah...

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    1. don't laugh, her kugel always
      tasted jewier than everybody else's.

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  14. kabuki suspects that these are all people that you terminated with extreme prejudice. PEOPLE - do no piss off this sociopath, especially around food trailers. ps kabuki would love a min donut trailer - kabuki would park it in front of the local pet cemetary. sadness turns to gladness with a powdered mini.

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    1. hey, don't hang the milkman!
      i don't touch the udders,
      i just put the bottles in the fridge!

      here, have a donut.

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