Guys it's my birthday
@GrandpaScoozy, happy birthday buddy!
@GrandpaScoozy, happy birthday!!! :]
Finally. I hate the "everyones a saint once their dead" idea. If someone was a royal prick in real life they should be known as that. Albeit, theres always more to someone than just good or bad deeds, but people should be remembered for who they are, all of it, good and bad - not just the best parts.
I was waiting for a pun or punchline but then realised her whole life amounting to this obituary was the biggest punchline of them all.
They didn’t bury her, cause that’s a cremation
Haha love it
...what about the third kid in Cali?
This is fvcked up...regardless of her decisions in life, be it bad or not, this sbouldnt have been published as someones obituary.
@MMSieBreeze, it’s her abandoned kids’ final good riddance to her
@Ray213, not like she cares anyway....
@Ray213, i can see why they would hate her...but personally id say this is too far...i cant say that ive been in their shoes, nor can i say that i have been in that womans shoes...but to blast her like that in an obituary just seems a bit much...
@MMSieBreeze, it is harsh but I feel judging from the obituary that it was her abandoned kids having their last words and summing up their experience with her and what they feel is their final justice against her
@MMSieBreeze, she was knocked up by her husbands bro, and left her family she had to start a new one in Cali, leaving her kids with her parents. Fvck her. I hate how someone dies they need to be remembered as a saint.
@MMSieBreeze, if someones a piece of sh!t most their life, why shouldnt they be remembered as such?
@MMSieBreeze, seems like she deserved it. Those were probably just the highlights of her life that they told everyone.
@MMSieBreeze, I'd have to agree with you, here. Imho, it would have been [slightly] more appropriate to just end things before the whole "she faces judgement" bit. Still sends the same message without crossing so many lines. It's not so much a matter of "treat all of our dead as saints" so much as it is a "this isn't the proper forum for your obvious disdain for her." Plus I truly believe that everyone has basic and inalienable human dignities.
To be clear, I'm not saying that they shouldn't feel the way they do about her. That's totally and completely appropriate. I'm just saying that I don't believe this was the best way to handle her motha fudging obit.