Funeral Humor

Two brothers who lived in a city were so mean, hateful, cruel and nasty that after one brother died, the other brother had a hard time finding a preacher willing to do the funeral. Finally he came up with the idea of donating to the preacher’s church before asking him to do it.

He gave a five thousand dollar check to a preacher and asked him to do the funeral. The preacher reluctantly agreed. “But you will have to agree to say my brother was a saint” the man said to the preacher. Again, the preacher agreed, but even more reluctantly.

The day of the funeral the surviving brother went to the graveside and listened intently as the preacher spoke. He was aghast when the preacher began saying a list of true, but very uncomplimentary things about the deceased.  “This man was a scoundrel, a philanderer, he cheated on his wife, stole from his parents and harassed many people in this town. But compared to his brother, he was a saint!”

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  1. Unless there are back taxes or payments owed, I think that the niece shulod. If the others would like to help, that would be great, but she is the one who has benefited financially. If she can’t afford it, and other’s won’t help, then she can sell the property to fund the funeral.

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  4. Brad – I’m glad the post prompted you to LIKE. Always a good thing when someone with your obtuse slant (a good thing) responds that way. Thanks. Dan

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