Wishing dead people happy birthday?

#1
Is this a recent trend or have I just being lucky so far, I've started to notice that some of the cretins on my Facebook account are starting to wish a happy birthday to people who have died. Today someone is celebrating the 50th birthday of someone who has fucking snuffed it. And then of course they get all arsey with me when I point out their beloved is not going to receive their message.
 
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PrinceAlbert

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#2
Is this a recent trend or have I just being lucky so far, I've started to notice that some of the cretins on my Facebook account are starting to wish a happy birthday to people who have died. Today someone is celebrating the 50th birthday of someone who has fucking snuffed it. And then of course they get all arsey with me when I point out their beloved is not going to receive their message.
I normally go out and have a few beers. No need to post it on FaceArse.
 
#3
I've had to be all polite and say "Happy Birthday" and such bollox to people I wish dead, does that count?
(Not on faceache though)
 
#4
Is this a recent trend or have I just being lucky so far, I've started to notice that some of the cretins on my Facebook account are starting to wish a happy birthday to people who have died. Today someone is celebrating the 50th birthday of someone who has fucking snuffed it. And then of course they get all arsey with me when I point out their beloved is not going to receive their message.
Maybe it's to do with other family members and friends who knew the one who karked it? Still remembering dead people's birthdays is nothing new, we've been doing it for 2,011 years now. Like PA I also tend to go out and have a few sherbs.
 
#5
I couldn't agree more, every sodding year: "Happy birthday dear Jesus, happy birthday to you".

2011 years later I think it's time to get over it and move on.
 
#8
This is a bad trend - just go to any graveyard that has chav graves and look at the stuff that piles up their on birthdays. Did you see it on "Gypsy wedding" where they held an entire birthday party in the cemetery for the son that had died in a car smash, pouring him a can of beer onto the grave.....before consuming another six cases of beer and driving home. Still, if they want to buy the sprog that's buried in my local churchyard an i-phone for his birthday just leave it on the headstone and I'll be round to walk my dog first thing.
 
#9
This is a bad trend - just go to any graveyard that has chav graves and look at the stuff that piles up their on birthdays. Did you see it on "Gypsy wedding" where they held an entire birthday party in the cemetery for the son that had died in a car smash, pouring him a can of beer onto the grave.....before consuming another six cases of beer and driving home. Still, if they want to buy the sprog that's buried in my local churchyard an i-phone for his birthday just leave it on the headstone and I'll be round to walk my dog first thing.
Bet the fuckers left the scene like they do every other pikey site - not fit for animals to shit on. No respect for any other graves but god help you if you ask them to remove the crap. "I fucking hate pikeys"

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jarrod248

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#11
I've also noticed this and find it quite odd. I'm for a few pints and some quiet reflection. When i'm gone go and bum someone in my memory.
 
#12
Vampire, do you mean they are posting on the dead persons wall or on there own? Either way a bit odd.

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