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My Eulogy

MY Eulogy

As we gather today to day to lay to rest this poet persay....
She had a few final words she wanted to share this day....
She wrote a list of - WHAT? You gotta be kidding.... She wrote a list of instructions I'm told...
First being don't drop the coffin while walking so bold for her carcass tis old...
She also said no passing gass while carrying her body.
No smelly oders to linger on her carcass, that would be naughty.
She will haunt the first to toot while enroute to her new home in lieu
She hates to think her funeral will be scarred with a fart or two...
Now her next question she says is a request... OK
A demand.
She wants her Paul bearers to remove.their shirts.where they stand.
She wants something for people to remember her by...
But she said they must remove their shirt while dancing to boot scooting boogey.... Yehaw.... No Lie.....
Her final instruction.... She wants her body facing the sunset ..... and this is why....
Have you ever seen a pissed off ghost woke up early due to the sun shine?
Out in the country
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Submitted by Eibhlinn2020 on January 24, 2021

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