There's so much wrong and inappropriate about this that I don't know where to begin to address it. Therefore, I choose to only contribute to this horrid (and horrifying) idea with additional inappropriateness. I think this funeral-home proprietor should double-down and blow-out this concept by providing a menu of musical themes to add a little "posthumous production" for the mobile mourners. Have them stick a donation in a Jukebox and punch in their personal preference to make one final 3-minute memory with their "close friend" or loved one:
#1 - Disco:
Music: Stayin' Alive - (Bee Gees)
Wardrobe: White Leisure Suit w/ big-collar polyester shirt
Casket: Gold Lame'
#2 - Classic Country:
Music: I’d Be Better Off In A Pine Box - (Doug Stone)
Wardrobe: Nudie Suit
Casket: Pine Box
#3 - Classic Rock:
Music: Another One Bites The Dust - (Queen)
Wardrobe: Spandex & face makeup
Casket: Black Velvet with Skull & Crossbones adornments
#4 - Bluegrass:
Music: Oh Death - (Ralph Stanley)
Wardrobe: Suit & Tie
Casket: Big Fiddle-case
#5 - Western:
Music: Happy Trails - (Roy Rogers)
Wardrobe: Wranglers and a Brush-popper
Casket: The Longhorn
#6 - Elvis: (most expensive)
Music: Intro - Space Odyssey…transition into Return To Sender
Wardrobe: White Jump Suit (complete with eagle & scarf)
Casket: Pink with a Cadillac hood ornament
Snack Included: Deep-fried peanut-butter and banana sandwich
"Thank-you very much"…Uncle Jack-In-The-Box has left the building!
"Things are not as bad as they seem...they are worse"...Bill Press
9/16/2014 10:37:09 pm
Thanks for the morning laugh!! Hope you plan on compiling these in a book!!
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