dealsclearance cherry casket - solid hardwood for $1…

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When I think about pre-ordering one of these and storing it in my basement, I can't avoid having a vision of the Munsters.

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That's a pretty good buy, and you avoid the huge funeral director mark up. I'm thinking it would make a good stereo cabinet in the meantime. I wonder if it is iPod compatible?

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@jferry2: mother's day and father's day is coming up... two for your parents and two your significant others? Who's the 5th for...? ;)

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I'd sooner build a trebuchet and launch a corpse far away than waste money on something like this.

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Getting one for our guest bedroom without a bed. All it needs is a pillow and an old, stained throw blanked to complete illusion that I am part of the undead and that guests shouldn't stay long.

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I'm thinking - AWESOME Halloween decoration between now and the time I need it. I wonder if there is any research about people who have these in the basement - do they die earlier? Live longer? Worry more or less?

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@globalhavoc: Your logic is similar to that of the authorities in Oregon who attempted to use dynamite to rid themselves of a dead beached whale...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFwxH3PPWiU

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Where do you ship it when filled?

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The one who makes it doesn't use it, the one who buys it doesn't want it, and the one who uses it doesn't know it...

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Is it dignified to purchase a coffin on a clearance sale off the web?

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I don't know. Costco has metal caskets for $1300.

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@globalhavoc: I had to look up what a trebuchet is. Interestingly, my funeral/remains request is that my wife sets my body on fire and catapults my flaming corpse into the next town over. I have seriously told her this many times as well as promised to haunt her if she doesn't comply.

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why in the world are any of us even looking at this thing, lol? Just put me in a balsam box, don't embalm me & let me feed the worms!!

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@colbytitus: I dont know.. I'm allergic to most metals. They give me a rash. ;)

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"Don't be fooled by veneer laminates when you go to purchase your casket - get only the best wooden caskets..."
It's...a...box.
Laminates isn't the big problem- spending $1K + for a box in the ground that, barring unforeseen infections, you'll never see again.
Burn me, till me in somewhere, party on the rest of the insurance money. I promise, I won't care.

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@dnlkolender: I'm donating everything usable and torching the rest.. well, those are my wishes anyway. Cant say I'll have much involvement in the decision making process when the time comes. lol.

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I am pretty sure nothing I leave behind will be usable in anyone else LOL I intend on having everything worn out completely

Going for the Cremation and storage in a 50.00 Tupperware container with a pink Lid, Black Lid for the first year so they all know my husband is in Morning for me. There is a little clear space so they know I am in there!

It is what Every Tupperware Lady dreams of I guess~!
Here ya go if you want a cheaper option LOL

http://order.tupperware.com/coe/app/tup_show_item.show_item_detail?fv_item_category_code=1000&fv_item_number=P10048110000

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Think I'll sleep sitting up tonight.

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Leaving this existence with solid hardwood. Can't think of a better way! :)