This Is How I Want To Go Out

An Irishman played a terrific prank for those paying respects at his funeral. The man created a pre-recorded message for those gathered at the cemetery.

A DEARLY departed Irishman had the last laugh at his funeral with a gag that had mourners in tears of laughter.

In an inspired gag from beyond the grave, he organised it so that a recorded message was played after his coffin was lowered to the ground. To all intents and purposes, it appeared as if he was shouting for help from within his casket.

“Hello?” the man can heard asking before a knocking sound is heard. “Let me out,” he continues, much to the amusement of those in attendance.

You can see the video at the link. The gag made most of the mourners laugh, and reminded what a great person the deceased was in life and in death.

P.S.I say this every year, but it bears repeating. Tonight is Amateur Night at the bars. We see more DUI’s, traffic accidents and homicides by vehicle the night before Thanksgiving. If you’re going out, be very careful; the roads will be clogged with drunks.

6 thoughts on “This Is How I Want To Go Out

  1. I want everyone to get drunk & listen to rock, blues & country music.
    Donate my body to science. How I lived this long is amazing to me after all the things I’ve done.

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  2. I haven’t changed my plans for the final farewell:

    Ice me down in the casket and surround me with good beers. Put a sign on the lid that says, “The drinks are on me!”

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  3. Cathy – You can’t leave. Who is going to be the next snark spokeswoman?

    TXNick – I told the kids they could throw my corpse into the Delaware River if they wanted to. Not sure they would, but you guys probably would.

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