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As Seen in Our Local Paper

Seriously! I saw this ad in our local paper last week. Does anyone else find this amusing? Okay, I understand it's a new business and you want to call attention to it but it's a funeral parlor! So an open house with food??? And what about RSVPing "Regrets Only?" Was the entire readership of the local paper supposed to call to let them know they could not attend. Sorry, this one just makes me laugh.

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sandrac:

Kim, that IS wild! I guess it's too late to call in our regrets (I wonder if anyone did.)

"Home for Funerals" is also a bit weird.

It's hilarious! And she sure does seem to be grinning awfully big, considering. It makes me think of that wild and crazy funeral parlor that Stephanie Plum's grandma goes to in those books!

Kim [TypeKey Profile Page]:

Annie - I was thinking the same thing, "How long until this shows up in a Plum novel!"

Eden:

You should send this to Jay Leno. He has a Monday "Headlines" segment about stuff like this that people find in newspapers or any other printed materials...

This one is just weird...:)

Chiocciola:

Hilarious! Have you told her that you aren't coming? :)

Yes! I agree with Eden--send it in to Jay Leno!
"Home for Funerals"
Maybe the Chicago slaughterhouse should call themselves: "Home for Slaughter"

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