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Two very different milestones in life: weddings and funerals.

They don't intersect much... and you don't want to confuse one for the other.


u/Abre724 asked:

What's something you can say at a wedding but not at a funeral?

Here were some of those answers.

It Does Happen

Let's do a silly photo this time

RavennaMagnus

Irish funerals. Sombre ceremony, calm for the most part, completely silent except for the responses during mass and some crying. Then off to the pub. Massive piss up, celebration of the persons life. Many silly pictures can and probably will be taken.

Flashwastaken

No One Mourns The Wicked

Finally! I know this is the happy ending we all wanted.

seriously_funn

Doesn't she look lovely in that dress?

YABOYCHIPCHOCOLATE

Wink

That's going to be you one day.

Chaz_wazzers

I feel like you can absolutely say that someday you will die, at a funeral.

spacemantrip

Like when you are single at a wedding and your aunts and uncles say: You're next

At funerals I look at them and say: You're next, with a wink.

Fuzzylogik

An Open Season

"This is the happiest day of my life."

Glittering-Inside

While you may be joking, that is one of the requests I've made too my wife for my funeral. Open bar, open ice cream bar, and as they lower me into the ground I want the sound of you going down the pipes in the original Super Mario bro's.

Banluil

It Moved On

"I'm proud to say that I'm the one who's responsible for us being here today."

WryLawTalkingGuy

Underrated comment

baconchipcookie

Oops

My mom once said "Congratulations" at a funeral because she didn't fully understand the language yet.

rossols

I feel like if someone says something inappropriate but obviously is struggling with the language they should get a pass and a quiet explanation later on.

Drakmanka

Over And Over

"Maybe this time it'll work out."

I'm imagining this being said at someone's second funeral. They were supposed to be dead at the first one, but so who came back to life for a while.

mychal200302468

I Object

If anyone objects to this union speak now or forever hold your peace.

alk_adio_ost

"I object!"

corpse comes to life

bearatrooper

Over And Over

Till death do us apart was going to be my answer, but i could see a "grieving" widow maniacally mutter that phrases as they realize they have been freed from the iron chains of matrimony.

Mainly I would in that situation. Strip iff my clothes running into the sunset, on a quest to find the moon so I can howl at it.

MoltenHotMagma

Just Giving It Back To You Dude

i remember being at my distant cousin's wedding and an old man walked up to me and said "that'll be you one day". a couple months later one of my aunts sadly passed away, and at her funeral i saw that same old man. i walked up to him and said the same thing. apparently that's not a good thing to do?

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