Are you strong enough for a living funeral?

Supersuperleeds

Legendary Member
Location
Leicester
I don't want one when I'm dead, so I wouldn't waste time going to a living one
 

PK99

Legendary Member
Location
SW19
Funerals are not for the person being buried they are for the loved ones left behind.

I know someone who is a total shoot, married to a lovely lady.

Living funeral, he would find few people attending, lots would attend his real one to support his wife.
 

raleighnut

Legendary Member
Location
On 3 Wheels
It might make a change from someone who has never met the deceased coming out with a load of platitudes and drivel, I've been to funerals where I hardly recognised the person being buried (despite being related in some cases)
 

Accy cyclist

Legendary Member
It seems ok to me,but i'm a ghoul who's fascinated by death,having been brought up a few steps away from a cemetery and being forced to see a dead body aged 11.:unsure:
 

mudsticks

Obviously an Aubergine
A friend of a friend who knew she was dying soon had a 'Good bye Earth' party a couple of weeks back.

Sadly the lady didn't quite survive to the pre arranged date.
But her family and friends enjoyed celebrating her life.

Pretty intense stuff.
 

Lullabelle

Banana
Location
Midlands UK
A lady who once worked with us was dying of lung cancer and invited close friends out for a meal which helped her deal with it and have 1 last party with her mates. A living funeral just feels wrong but each to their own.
 
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