I used to live near a retirement community. The inhabitants would kick-off in the most inconvenient places and at the most inconvenient times. The groceries had to establish protocol regarding expired customers in their stores. It was a requirement that an aisle be blocked from both ends lest the less demanding of the clientele pummel the cadaver in their morning shopping. That raised a good amount of ire when the geriatric set couldnt get to where they was wantin to go. A stiff on the floor was not an impediment to a good sale on prune juice.
Restrooms had to be checked nightly to be sure that no one had passed as they passed. Any stall door that remained closed too long was suspect and more than one geezer was interrupted in their struggles by well meaning welfare checks. Had to get em before rigor mortis set in in that position and a special casket required. The strain of their last mortal act sent them to the pearly gates in droves. Cause of death: cheese.
posted on 08/13/2010 8:38:17 PM PDT
by MARTIAL MONK
(I'm waiting for the POP!)
To: MARTIAL MONK
On large (2K+ people) cruise ships it is not a rare occasion that someone’s body needs to be put in an empty freezer until the ship returns to it’s home port.
posted on 08/13/2010 8:44:34 PM PDT
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