What's your take?

Discussion in 'Okie Memorial Area' started by okie, Oct 16, 2010.

  1. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    My Aunt married this cat who was a widower, and apparently they never discussed this, but when this cat bought the farm. Turn up it was in his last Will and Testament that he wanted to be planted by his first wife. When my Aunt found this out she was pissed, I'm talkin a mad MoFo, and she never visited his grave ever. I'm not understanding why she would get that pissed over the thing, but then what the hell do I know, do you know what I am saying? What's your take on the thing:headscratch:
     
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  2. Trey83

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    I don't see anything wrong with it. It probably should have been discussed but look at all the drama he avoided by not saying anything. Smart man if you ask me :whistling:
     

  3. true believer

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    my take? who gives a crap!! your dead your dead!
    :dunno::wavey:
     
  4. pac201

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    I have to agree, he saved himself a huge headache by not talking about it...
     
  5. okie

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    I think your right for sure, it just makes me shake my head that my Aunt would get that pissed:shocked::rofl:
     
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    Good for her for following his wishes. Your aunt was his next-of-kin, she could've had him cremated and thrown him in the garbage if that's what she wanted. Being in the business I see more often than not, folks buried by their first spouse.
     
  7. keninnavarre

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    I can see where your aunt may have had her feelings hurt a bit. In her eyes, he made a decision to spend the rest of eternity with the woman he REALLY loved. Hard to play second fiddle, especially to a corpse.
     
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    My father-in-law had a double tombstone put up when his first wife died with his name and info already on it. When he re-married, he put a matching stone next to it on his side for his current wife. :faint:I think if I were his current wife I'd get him cremated when he passed and flush his remains.
    I used to think I wanted to be buried at sea (hey, I've eaten enough fish over the years...they should get their shot, too.) After a lot of years of seeing stuff like this I think I'll just be cremated and have 'em dump my ashes at the range or a good fishing hole.
     
  9. nikerret

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    okie, you know playing that joke on your aunt is not nice. Switching the Will & Testament, pshhhhh, you should know better :whistling:
     
  10. okie

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    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    Maybe he made the will before he married your aunt and just never thought to change it?
     
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    Reminds me of the last time I HAD to sleep on the couch for an extended time.

    The wife (of 30 years) ask one night, "Honey, if I died, would you re-marry?" My reply was, "hell no!"

    Go figure?!![​IMG]
     
  13. Zombie Steve

    Zombie Steve Decap Pin Killa

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    Till death do us PART.
     
  14. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    That's a possibility for sure my friend:supergrin:
     
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    My take on it is that if he had a life before me and made those choices I should respect that.

    If Mr. X-1 wants his ashes scatted at the Playboy Mansion or shoved up his ex wife's ass I'll have to respect that too.

    I don't care where I'm burried just make sure I'm dead OK.
     
  16. okie

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    OMG Lisa honey I sure hope you don't have to be the shover sweetie pie:kiss::hugs::supergrin:
     
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    Tell your aunt that he loved her so much, he did that to make her mad and help her get over his death.
     
  18. Geeorge

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    His wife died they didn't divorce,I see no problem with it
     
  19. Mr. Gekko

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    This. He still should have told his wife though.

    Did he suddenly die? That could explain why the will was never changed if he actually intended to change it.
     
  20. 686Owner

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    If they didn't divorce then it would be OK by me I guess. (not that it matters)