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Death is scary. It brings the unknown of the great beyond, whether that's heaven, some other afterlife, or total nothingness, depending on what you believe.

But there is one perk that comes with death: total control of your funeral.

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Picturing your own funeral can be an eerie and depressing exercise.

For some, though, the freedom to subject all your friends and family to your own morbid humor is an exciting idea.

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When somebody passes away there is always "the box". It's in the back of an attic, down in the bottom drawer, or bestowed to a son or daughter in the will.

However the dusty crate makes its way to the living, looking through the items is often an eerie experience. There always seems to be uncertainty about whether the person was proud or ashamed of these things.

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Death is hard. Saying goodbye to a loved one is one of life's worst hurdles. But maybe if we had some fun with death it could be more bearable or understandable. Who hasn't thought of faking their own passing just to see the attendance and then awaken and really shock everyone? Fun is essential in sad times.

Redditor u/frenreico42 wanted to know how everyone has... or has everyone.... dreamed of ways to cause hilarity at their passing of life celebration by asking... How would you put the fun in funeral?

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Doris Day charmed audiences right from the start with her musical debut in the 1930's. By the time she started acting in films (the late 1940's) she was already a household name to fans of big band, swing and jazz.

Unbelievably, Doris Day just kept on working for essentially her entire life - her most recent album was released in 2011!

She acted, she sang, she danced, she advocated for animals... it's easy to see why Doris was so beloved.

You'd think a celebrity who won literally millions of hearts would have a massive memorial service after their passing.

Doris won't.

In fact, she won't have one at all - and that's exactly how she wanted it.

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