user banned Altadena, California 11084 posts
16th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ℳary ℐane:</b>" I would never even keep someone's ashes. I'd toss it somewhere, in the water or something. I don't even ... [snip!] ... visit grave sites. To me it's just a bunch of bones. I know other people feel a lot differently about these things though..."</blockquote>




I visit grave sites for people who are near and dear. Other than that I don't.



I would keep ashes tho. My friend lost her mom 5 years ago and she keeps them on a coffee table they don't use. With her pictures and stuff b

Legendary 2 kids; Beverly Hills, California 59667 posts
16th Feb '13
Quoting Ur Local Frnt Desk Clrk:" They have a service that takes your loved ones remains and crushes the ashes into a stone, and it can ... [snip!] ... I keep telling him I can't do that, but he says that is ALL he wants for when he passes away. How the hell do you honor that?!"


Oh fuck.. you just get a ski mask and go hard.



No way around that.

user banned Altadena, California 11084 posts
16th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Amαndα ♕:</b>" Oh man.. if you lost your thousand dollar diamond.. that was made out of your deceased baby's body. I can think of nothing that would be worse to lose. "</blockquote>




I wouldn't wear it so to me a waste of money ya know.

user banned (boy); 2 kids; Fucking, Austria 36337 posts
16th Feb '13
Quoting Amαndα ♕:" Same with me, when Harry's brother died he shook his hand like in the casket. (He committed suicide ... [snip!] ... corpse.) I see no closure from that. That's just the... shell or whatever. I don't know... Everyone mourns differently. "

I had to see my mother's body in a casket. It was kind of traumatic for me.



My family tries to make me feel like shit for not going to her grave. idk I just don't feel right when I'm there....

user banned Altadena, California 11084 posts
16th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Amαndα ♕:</b>" Same with me, when Harry's brother died he shook his hand like in the casket. (He committed suicide ... [snip!] ... corpse.) I see no closure from that. That's just the... shell or whatever. I don't know... Everyone mourns differently. "</blockquote>




What did he do that the body wasn't so pretty? Sorry I am nosy.



I can't touch body's in caskets, I am very scared of them from when I was little. I have gotten better with age but no. What really pisses me off is when people take pictures of the people in te casket. I think it's rude and disrespectful.

Legendary 2 kids; Beverly Hills, California 59667 posts
16th Feb '13
Quoting ℳary ℐane:" I had to see my mother's body in a casket. It was kind of traumatic for me. My family tries to make me feel like shit for not going to her grave. idk I just don't feel right when I'm there...."


I'm sorry your mom died... I really, really don't know what I would do. I'd rather lose my husband :( I know you weren't fishing for sympathy but I feel really awful that you had to go through that.

**milfshake** London, United Kingdom 31535 posts
16th Feb '13
Quoting Amαndα ♕:" Am I just a super bitch or is this creepy to other people too? http://forum.baby-gaga.com/about2449688.html ... [snip!] ... a baby that far along... but I couldn't wear my mom's ashes.. I can't even think about my child's ashes.. let alone wear them. "


I don't think its creepy at all.



John's sister and I talked about using his ashes in our tattoos.

Legendary 2 kids; Beverly Hills, California 59667 posts
16th Feb '13
Quoting I'm Marbles:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Amαndα ♕:</b>" Same with me, when Harry's brother ... [snip!] ... but no. What really pisses me off is when people take pictures of the people in te casket. I think it's rude and disrespectful."


Oh he shot himself, and Harry was 13. They put a pillow over his "head" but I mean.. you could tell.

Legendary 2 kids; Beverly Hills, California 59667 posts
16th Feb '13
Quoting **milfshake**:" I don't think its creepy at all. John's sister and I talked about using his ashes in our tattoos."


If it helps you it's none of my business. It's easy for me to see it as creepy because I've never really lost anyone of significance.

user banned Altadena, California 11084 posts
16th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):</b>" My grandma wanted to be buried and my grandpa wanted to be cremated. The idea was that he would die first ... [snip!] ... first! So his urn had to be buried a few feet above her casket instead. But there is no way I could wear someone's ashes."</blockquote>




You guys could have kept his ashes at the funeral home or something. That was the offer for my grandma. She is still at the funeral home.

The One You've Missed 16 kids; Texas 32426 posts
16th Feb '13
Quoting Amαndα ♕:" Oh fuck.. you just get a ski mask and go hard. No way around that. "


lol I'd rather not. Me and my sister always try and talk him out of it when it comes up.

homes cool TTC since May 2014; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Indiana 61143 posts
16th Feb '13
Quoting Amαndα ♕:" Oh he shot himself, and Harry was 13. They put a pillow over his "head" but I mean.. you could tell. "


That is bizarre. When my dad himself we all agreed very quickly that if he died it would either be closet casket or cremation.

**milfshake** London, United Kingdom 31535 posts
16th Feb '13
Quoting Amαndα ♕:" If it helps you it's none of my business. It's easy for me to see it as creepy because I've never really lost anyone of significance. "


You'll do some creepy shit when someone really close to you dies...hahaha.



If my son ever died, I'll tell you right now I'd off myself. No doubt.

The One You've Missed 16 kids; Texas 32426 posts
16th Feb '13
Quoting Amαndα ♕:" Oh he shot himself, and Harry was 13. They put a pillow over his "head" but I mean.. you could tell. "


When I was 16 my 15 yr old friend hung himself in the kitchen, from the ceiling fan. His little brother woke up, went down to eat breakfast, and saw his dead brother hanging.



At the funeral, his face was so bloated, it didn't even look like him, and they tried to make the suit he was wearing high enough to cover where the noose was on his neck... you could still see it.

homes cool TTC since May 2014; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Indiana 61143 posts
16th Feb '13
Quoting Ur Local Frnt Desk Clrk:" When I was 16 my 15 yr old friend hung himself in the kitchen, from the ceiling fan. His little brother ... [snip!] ... and they tried to make the suit he was wearing high enough to cover where the noose was on his neck... you could still see it. "


That is so sad.