Coffins, not the most pleasant of topics, but there you go. Here’s a good joke about coffins. It’s an old one but a good one.
Three old Irish friends, Murphy, Paddy and Seamus, were sitting having a few beers in a bar and somehow the topic turned to dying.
After a while they ended up discussing the words they would like to hear spoken over their coffins at their wakes.
Seamus said, “I would like them to say ‘He was a wonderful family man. He always supported his wife and kids, and they never wanted for anything'”.
Paddy said, “That’s lovely Seamus. But I would like to hear them say, ‘He was a great man in the community. He undertook a lot of projects to make his community a better place.'”
Murphy says, “That’s very nice, Paddy. But I would just like to hear them say, ‘Look! He’s moving!'”
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