Well, maybe no one liked the deceased?
Puts the ‘fun’ in funeral!
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Trump’s emotional guide for mourning.
Could have used this at Chuckles the Clown funeral…
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Priceless. I could watch that scene every day and not get tired of it.
“We lay to rest today Larry Spiggington, whose proudest achievement was his invention of the floppy balloon guy. Tragically, he was robbed of the patent rights and lived his life in obscurity..”
This would be perfect when FatNixon waddles off to his “reward.”
That balloon guy looks like it came from the factory with the funeral arrow. Who thought this was a good idea, and did they expect to get rentals other than for the Oct. 31 haunted house?
On second look, maybe the “ERAL” is a photoshop? Pretty good font copy but the color has no shading and the bottom line is sort of jiggly?
I figured it said “FUNRUN,” and some good soul Photoshopped™©® it. Nice concept and nicely done!
I was just going with it until I realized the arrow was built in and started seriously thinking “Who WOULD think that is a good idea” – because someone would so it is just a position of authority away from being and actual product..
Had an unpleasant encounter with one of … these strolling a Portland Metro sidewalk ten years or so ago. Thing did its weird ass floppy thing and flopped down right on top of me, knocked me off balance, up against a wall. I responded as any respectable angry old logger/hippie/biker would respond: by grabbing it up by its base, ripping the plug out of the wall and throwing it into the street.
As ever, all’s well that ended well: the cops were called. Though I was thoroughly if not somewhat humorously admonished that was not the sort of thing to do – ‘it’s not the old days Mr Bears, you can’t just go around beating up plastic blow-up dolls’ – the business owner was cited for obstructing a public thoroughfare.
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If I ran an archery range…
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