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By Jesse Kubanet
Jul 17, 2012
An obituary is designed to share with the world a lasting impression of a beautiful life. It's fair to say that the obits in this gallery missed their mark slightly.
Maybe "Ninfa" betrayed your trust because you named her NINFA! Peter has no excuse. Come on Pete.
Looks like 'Jim' Adams was actually the reincarnated soul of Samuel Adams. Except instead of being a Founding Father, he was just plastered all the time.
That's funny about the e-mail stuff. I love when old people try to do stuff. My dad can't turn on an iPod.
It's all downhill after the nickname.
Start reading at the second paragraph. Huh, makes my Grandmother calling me fat as a child a little less mean I guess...
Poor Moe, he was never allowed to enjoy the fun of a Chuckie Cheese...
Richard "Dick" Butt. Making people shoot beverages out their nose after introducing himself at parties for 74 years. You shall be missed.
"See! THIS is why I canceled that Y membership!"
"I remember them telling us in health class...but wasn't after people die is when they release their bowels?"
Sounds like Louie knew how to paaaaarrrrrrrrrtttttaaaaaayyyyyyyyy!
I believe the previous record was zero seconds.
"I pitty the foo' who doesn't go to this funeral!" is something Mr. T probably wouldn't say.
It sounds like congestive heart failure was probably going to get him eventually anyway...
Poor Ed. He passed away on an overdose of incredibly strong cologne and music that was just WAY TOO LOUD AND UNNECESSARY! And for God sake, does ANYBODY work in here? Does this come in a medium? Screw this, I'm going to American Eagle.
When he applied for priest college the Vatican was like, "Dude! Seriously?"
Eeesh ... that's TMI in the first one alone. I feel terrible for the woman in the second one. The rest of 'em made me chuckle for all the right reasons.