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A professor at Texas A&M University posted these photos to Facebook. "There has been a dead cockroach in the Anthropology building's stairwell for at least two weeks.. Some enterprising person has now made her a little shrine."


December 4th

Note the clip.


Later that same day...


Even later...


December 5th

"There is a candle now and a little coffin for the carcass... And for the record, I had nothing to do with the genesis of this memorial."



December 8th

The Post-It on the wall reads, "You were always there to say hello to me in the morning, Rosie! We will miss you."


The sign above: "Rosie the Roach will be with us until Tuesday, December 14th when a celebration of her life will be conducted. Food and drinks will be served in the main office during the afternoon."

December 16th


The Cremation


:')

R.I.P Rosie. You were a shining light of skittery, garbage-eating beauty.


For a link to the original post on imgur, click here.


we shall never forget!

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