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BackAtIt

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Appreciate the comments brothers.
She had cancer and we expected her to pass before she did, but the timing was just such, that it was the beginning of lockdowns all over and none really had a plan yet for this kinda thing yet.


Sorry for your loss, bro!...Keep this in mind....Acts 24:15...

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KaelynBishop

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I understand that this is a discussion from a few years ago, but the topic is still relevant today, given the ongoing challenges we face. Funerals have continued to adapt to the changing circumstances brought about by the pandemic. Many are opting for smaller, more intimate gatherings or exploring alternative options.
 
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I understand that this is a discussion from a few years ago, but the topic is still relevant today, given the ongoing challenges we face. Funerals have continued to adapt to the changing circumstances brought about by the pandemic. Many are opting for smaller, more intimate gatherings or exploring alternative options.
Way to resurrect a thread to pad your count for your eventual link shitpost.
 
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rawdeal

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A little patience may be due here. While bizarre thread resurrection has been a spamming vehicle here in the past, it has only been slightly less than a year since this person's registration ... timely orthodox Intro posts can be a difficult concept to master for some. Consider too that the board has never had a funeral home spamming post before ... celebrate diversity.
 
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CarylFairhurst

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I understand that this is a discussion from a few years ago, but the topic is still relevant today, given the ongoing challenges we face. Funerals have continued to adapt to the changing circumstances brought about by the pandemic. Many are opting for smaller, more intimate gatherings or exploring alternative options.
For those seeking an eco-friendly and thoughtful approach to farewells, (click here dumb link warning) offers sustainable choices that align with the evolving landscape of funeral services. It's a way to honor our loved ones in a meaningful and environmentally responsible manner.
 
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Darkness

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Wow I’d sure like to thank you I’ve been searching for an eco friendly funeral solution my whole life. Im saves at last.
 
beefnewton

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For those seeking an eco-friendly and thoughtful approach to farewells, offers sustainable choices that align with the evolving landscape of funeral services. It's a way to honor our loved ones in a meaningful and environmentally responsible manner.

Looks like Caryl hit the magic number 5 and finally got to post their worthless link. I couldn't give a fuck less about the environmental impact of my or my "loved ones" corpse. How fucking retarded. Are we to assemble "farewell" teams and go out to ensure that all corpse of wild animals that die degrade "properly?" I wonder how nature has managed to make it this far. Fuck you. Go drink some more cow piss.
 
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rawdeal

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We here at colorfulfarewells.compost would like to remind you heathens we sell "farewells," not just funerals.

Euphemisms = money in the dispose of your dead business.
 
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