Why Cremation is best and never loose your cool...

Catalpast

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Why Cremation is best and always stay Dead Cool...:cool:


South African woman discovered alive inside morgue fridge
Posted about 8 hours ago


The woman was in the morgue fridge when a worker checked on her (file photo). (Wikimedia: P.J.L Laurens)
Related Story: Prisoner declared dead by three doctors wakes up in mortuary
A woman in South Africa is being treated in hospital after being found alive inside a morgue fridge.
The woman was taken to Carletonville morgue in Gauteng province after being declared dead by paramedics from Ambulance company Distress Live, which told South Africa's TimesLive she had shown "no form of life".
A morgue source told TimesLive a colleague realised the woman was still alive when he checked on bodies in the mortuary fridges.
"When he pulled out the woman's body, he saw that she was breathing," the source sai
d.
'Dead' South African woman discovered alive inside morgue fridge - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Sends a shiver down me spine so it does.....:|
 


The Field Marshal

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Such events are more commonplace then one might think.
The safe thing is to stipulate in your will for a wire to a bell on your tombstone be attached down into the coffin.
Then you can ring for help.

( you never know Lumpy might be in the vicinity and you could give him a Ressurection style shock)
 

Pizza Man

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Such events are more commonplace then one might think.
The safe thing is to stipulate in your will for a wire to a bell on your tombstone be attached down into the coffin.
Then you can ring for help.

( you never know Lumpy might be in the vicinity and you could give him a Ressurection style shock)

Or simply sign an organ donor card and they'll whip your bits and pieces out before you can say "Hey, I'm not dead yet"!
 

The Field Marshal

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Or simply sign an organ donor card and they'll whip your bits and pieces out before you can say "Hey, I'm not dead yet"!
But the Irish zombie ghouls are bringing in laws to whip out your vitals unless you have withdrawn consent.
 

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I can see how OP would be concerned that people might not realise he was alive.
 

mr_anderson

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If she woke up while someone was attempting to have sex with her, this would make a perfect cyberianpan OP.
 

The Nal

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[video=youtube;RJ0sNZ5M1nE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJ0sNZ5M1nE[/video]
 

GDPR

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My father and I hate each other- however would put knives or worse in people to prevent cremation of his or my corpse if it came to that.
 

firefly123

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Such events are more commonplace then one might think.
The safe thing is to stipulate in your will for a wire to a bell on your tombstone be attached down into the coffin.
Then you can ring for help.

( you never know Lumpy might be in the vicinity and you could give him a Ressurection style shock)
funny how in death it would be the only time you weren't a bell-end petunia
 

Ardillaun

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Bloom had similar concerns:

The gravediggers took up their spades and flung heavy clods of clay
in on the coffin. Mr Bloom turned away his face. And if he was alive all the
time? Whew! By jingo, that would be awful! No, no: he is dead, of course.
Of course he is dead. Monday he died. They ought to have some law to
pierce the heart and make sure or an electric clock or a telephone in the
coffin and some kind of a canvas airhole. Flag of distress.
 

GDPR

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Eagle is blonde, you sad little freaks. Natural blonde: collar and cuffs match.

(Factor that into your rubbing).
 

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:roll:

The word is "LOSE".

"LOOSE" is what happens to your knickers when the elastic goes.:shock:
 

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[video=youtube;RJ0sNZ5M1nE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJ0sNZ5M1nE[/video]

Never took to him myself, but an interesting fact about Kinison was that he suffered a serious and permanent brain trauma at just 3yo (hit by a car).
Apparently it completely shaped who he became.
 

Paddy{ie

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Such events are more commonplace then one might think.
The safe thing is to stipulate in your will for a wire to a bell on your tombstone be attached down into the coffin.
Then you can ring for help.
No point in bringing a 3 network phone i suppose
 


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