Thursday, November 19, 2009

NSFW: We Couldn’t Believe it Either

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Warning: some might find image disturbing.

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171 Comments

  1. HAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHA!

    Some of the funniest comments EVER.

    I think I peed my pants…

  2. Huh… they tagged her…

  3. Aww, sadness- I just noticed the picture next to her is of a baby in a coffin.

  4. I also just noticed this is a “mobile upload.” XD XD XD

  5. its a Social Site. Just. Not your fucking 2nd life. Damn.

  6. if the photo is indeed a picture of a baby isn’t it possible for it to be a picture of her (grandma) as a baby?

  7. @ gaijin – in a coffin? She’s died twice? Nana was Jesus? Most likely one of the kiddies who didn’t make it way back when.

    This was a kinda average entry but the replies and banter on lamebook made it gold. Sheer feckin genius.

    So, two necrophiliacs are walking past a cemetery – one says to the other “Hey – wanna pop in for a cold one?”

  8. This work of Jay Ruby offers some Anthropological perspective/context:

    http://people.virginia.edu/~ds8s/jay/jay.html

    “Secure the Shadow is an exploration of the photographic representation of death in the United States from1840 to the present. It focuses upon the ways in which people have taken and used photographs of deceased loved ones and their funerals to mitigate the finality of death…

    Photography’s amazing popularity for the last century and a half is undoubtedly due to its capacity to help us remember people, places and events. It provides a witness – one thought to be impeachable and permanent. Life is commemorated through photographs, why not death?
    A logical question, perhaps, but one that makes many twentieth century Americans uncomfortable. Sometimes thought to be a bizarre Victorian custom, photographing corpses has been and continues to be an important, if not common, occurrence in American life.”

  9. hippydippynikie

    maybe grandma was a total bitch. burn baby burn.

  10. hahah whoever puts her picture in there casket will have a picture of a picture of someone else in the casket, then it will carry on for generations and GEENERATIONSS!

  11. lollll she’s tagged hahhaa

  12. I don’t think it’s odd.
    I don’t think they should have posted it on facebook though.
    A lot of older people don’t have many pictures made, and that’s the last time those people are going to see her.

    Although, I wouldn’t advice taking a picture after death, I would much rather have the memory of her alive.

    Also, the picture with her, could be a lost child. Maybe it died in birth? And she probably wanted to be buried with it. Many people near death plan their own funerals.

  13. i could understand that maybe some people need to take pictures of that sort of thing.. but to put them on facebook??? reallllyyyyy?

  14. Why do they bury people with their glasses on? It would look so much better if they were wearing contacts.

  15. where’s the respect …?

  16. @mimesis Fascinating link. Thank you!

  17. I paid $32.67 for a XBOX 360 and my mom got a 17 inch Toshiba laptop for $94.83 being delivered to our house tomorrow by FedEX. I will never again pay expensive retail prices at stores. I even sold a 46 inch HDTV to my boss for $650 and it only cost me $52.78 to get. Here is the website we using to get all this stuff, bidstag. c 0m
    .. .. . .

  18. Since I didn’t take a pic when my nana died, I’ll use this one instead. Thanks!!

  19. status predator

    Well there’s one ingenious way of casting a sympathy vote, that said she’s not getting any from me the morbid cow.

  20. Noooooooooooo

  21. So…? It’s not like she’s been just hit by a truck or anything.

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