Category: Funeral Drama
One Man Flashed Everyone And Another One Rushed THE QUEEN’s Coffin At Westminster Hall
THE QUEEN has been gone for over a week now yet the mourning period in the UK continues to march on. I mean this quite literally as her passing has given birth to what will eventually be considered Britain’s greatest achievement: the Queue (or the long-ass line to the more uncouth). Commoners (and David Beckham) have been given the opportunity to see THE QUEEN lying in state but in order to do so, they gotta stand in a 5-mile, potentially 30-hour long queue. THE QUEEN’S Queue has been SO popular that there’s now a queue to join the queue! Based on this display one could say that the British people’s love for orderly standing surpasses their love for their monarchy! However, not everyone is keeping disciplined. There were a few rogues that were determined to make the Queue a(n even more) horrible experience.
Open Post: Hosted By The Fight Over A Curse Word On A Tombstone
Tombstones are a fairly permanent way to memorialize someone’s life. Typically, they’ll have kind words etched into the marble. Phrases like, “Wonderful father,” “Beloved grandmother,” or “Cherished mom.” However, a headstone in Iowa decided to do away with the traditional and include a big FUCK into the dearly departed’s message. With the way things in the world have been going, my tombstone is probably going to include a string of expletives, so I support the message of this grave!
The Family Of Deceased Rapper Goonew Defended Their Decision To Prop Up His Corpse On Stage At A D.C. Nightclub
Rapper Goonew was shot and killed almost three weeks ago in District Heights, Maryland, just a few blocks from where he was raised. He was only 24, and his murder remains unsolved. Goonew’s family held his funeral this past Sunday, and it wasn’t your typical send-off. With the help of the funeral home, they propped up Goonew’s embalmed corpse on stage at Bliss Nightclub in Washington D.C. The deceased rapper, whose real name was Markelle Morrow, was dressed in sneakers, jeans, an Amiri hoodie, and a crown. They called the service, “The Last Show.” Mourners paid a $40 cover charge for the privilege to party in the presence of Goonew’s body. The rapper’s mom, Patrice Morrow, told TMZ that her son was the life of the party, and, “that’s why I sent him home that way. Having a party.”
Prince William And Prince Harry Reportedly Got Into It At Prince Philips Funeral
After Prince Philip died in April at the age of 99, plans for his funeral quickly got underway. And if the British press was to be believed, it was to be the fancy aristocratic equivalent to WrestleMania 2001. Prince William and Prince Harry, who hadn’t spoken for a long time and were all fired up from Harry’s explosive tell-all with Oprah Winfrey, would finally meet face-to-face. William and Harry were seen chatting outside their grandfather’s service, and it all looked very reasonable and mature. They even walked near each other during the processional. But it sounds like all that respect and civility might have just been for the benefit of the public watching outside. Because a royal source alleges that William and Harry brought the messiness inside St. George’s Chapel with them. An inappropriate family fight at a funeral? Royals, they’re just like us.