Dead wife as coffee table

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  1. Shizamus

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    In AZ it's a dry heat, ya know.

    That will further delay decomposition and promote mummification.

    berto
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    To quote South Park

    "Dude, that's sick!!!!!!!!"
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    :eek: :eek: holy moly! that IS weird!
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    Obviously, HE's not getting remarried.

    I also doubt very seriously he's even dating successfully.
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    she needs garter belts



    the company i work for has moved several dead bodies mostly babies ,i refuse to do it ,they give you a call ,and it is a suprise when you get there to pick up an envelope and find a dead baby in a cooler ,i let it be known they are wasting my time as well as theirs ,i will not put a dead body in my car
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    I'd rather have the coffee table pictured below.

    (That guy is a horse trainer who is training one of my friends' horses)

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  11. cointoss2

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    Well just goes to show that you can't believe everything; but on another note, old Roy Rogers kept "Trigger", and I always thought that was kinda of weird.
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    Sounds like just the type of furnishing for the Bates Motel. :D
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    I am speechless.....................
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    Wow! That's a first! :p :D
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    Ya know...this little voice in the back of my head said to me right after i posted that response that SOMEONE would say that exact thing......
    I did'nt necessarily think it would be you SoMo, but i knew someone would say it........ :D

    mike
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    that was on the urban legends show on TLC a couple of weeks back and they said that it is false. No one has every done that before.
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