If You Enjoy Dark Humor, You’ll Love Reading These Totally Inappropriate Funeral Food Suggestions

“I have told my family more than once that at my funeral, I want them to serve all the foods I hate. If I cannot have the good stuff, neither can they,” the user began.

“Enjoy the ham loaf, beets, and butternut squash, jerks. If you wanted mac and cheese, you should have tried harder to save my life.”

Other Evil Funeral Foods

If funerals are the opposite of joyous, then serving a classic McDonald’s Happy Meal would probably not be perceived well, right?

This was just one more of the thousands of crude suggestions. Others included serving devil’s food cake– for obvious reasons– as well as ladyfingers, pigs in a blanket, and those clown ice cream cones from Baskin Robins.

What do you think is the most inappropriate or disrespectful food to serve at a funeral? Would you be rolling over in your grave if your loved ones actually served these at your ceremony?

You can read the original thread on Reddit here.

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