Posts tagged ‘funeral’

September 6, 2018

Irish Fairy Thorn Tree

by duncanr

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July 25, 2018

One Wedding and a Funeral

by duncanr

April 13, 2018

Deux escargots s’en vont

by duncanr

in this animated version of a classic French children’s poem by Jacques Prévert, a variety of woodland creatures tell the tale of two snails who set off with the intention of attending a funeral . . .

August 24, 2017

Funeral Selfies

by duncanr

perhaps it’s my age – but I don’t get the narcissism that drives so many folk these days to be forever taking photos of themselves, then posting these photos on social media sites

even harder for me to understand this latest trend of ‘selfies’ – http://www.eatliver.com/funeral/

July 29, 2017

He Did it His Way

by duncanr

when Mike Stubbs was diagnosed with cancer, he had time to plan every detail of his own funeral . . .

full story – http://tinyurl.com/y7cr8p5b

July 3, 2017

Caption this . . .

by duncanr

Photograph: RichLegg/Getty Images/iStockphoto

February 21, 2017

Sleep with One Eye Open

by duncanr

wtf-coffinthat’s my advice to any heavy sleepers living in India lest your relatives set about burying or cremating you – http://tinyurl.com/jjxhb7e

January 4, 2017

Late and Early, Both

by duncanr

funeral-dashI went to a friend’s funeral yesterday

I know the way to the Crem from my house like back of my hand but have never travelled there from Dee’s house so I entered the postcode into my GPS when I picked her up at 12 50.

12.58 my cell phone rang

are you going to answer that? Asked Dee

not while I’m driving, I replied

At first, all went well but then I . . .

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June 3, 2016

Funeral March of a Marionette

by duncanr

looks like he had a good send off !

April 16, 2016

Race to the Death

by duncanr

when the hearse carrying Julie Wilson to her final resting place at St Gluvias Cemetery in Penryn, Cornwall broke down, there was only one thing left to do . . .

watching this vid, I was minded of one of my favourite sketches by Irish comedian Dave Allen

an old irish custom concerning the dead is that only one person buried in a graveyard can . . .

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