While we're on the subject, my grandpa's funeral was the other day, and as we were driving through the cemetery I saw a sign that said, "Babyland," and I thought to myself, "what an odd sign." As we crested the hilltop I saw row upon row of these itty bitty little one-and-a-half foot graves, and I think that is to date the saddest thing I've ever seen.
@DinklebergStinks2000, Holy fvck am I horny now.
@DinklebergStinks2000, in Jewish cemeteries, there is a section devoted to male children that died before their briss (between birth and 7 days), and it’s always a little depressing because they have no names.
@Barry Dylan, that reminds me of my favorite game, Spot the Sociopath.
@Barry Dylan, “there’s a time and place for everything, now is not the time”
@Barry Dylan, these two comments together were such a roller coaster of extreme emotion and I’m not sure how I feel about either of them
@Barry Dylan, Jesus Christ, Other Barry!
Oh. How dark and yet heartwarming at the same time.
*closes funny pics. Stares blankly in horror for 5 minutes
Well... where one family ends another one begins! (Edited per the real grim reaper supervision)
@The Real Grim Reaper, thanks for catching that
@megamanx181x, there’s another typo where “only” is in place of “one”
@The Real Grim Reaper, sign not my day, thanks death
Can confirm that’s how skeleton people are born.
They can always find a girl in China