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7th Dec '17 3:40:10 AM gravious
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* Deconstructed in ''Series/TheSopranos''. Upon Livia's death, Janice decides to throw a wake for her despite her own expressed wish not to have one. After much phoney expressions of sympathy and mourning from all attendees, it [[OnlySaneMan finally takes Carmella]] to speak up that she was a horribly dysfunctional and manipulative woman who spread misery to everyone who spent time with her, and didn't want a funeral because she thought no-one would miss her. No-one argues with this assessment, least of all Tony (she even gets a hear hear).
* Shortly after [[spoiler: his inauguration as POTUS]], Frank Underwood in ''Series/HouseOfCards'' visits his father's grave in Gaffney, ostensibly to pay his respects. When he is granted some "privacy" [[spoiler: by the Secret Service and the media]], he urinates on the headstone. [[{{Understatement}} They didn't get along]].
4th Jul '17 11:32:29 AM Shadoboy
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* In the mexican film ''La Ley de Herodes'', after the owner of the local brothel refuses to let Mayor Vargas free service as a bribe and hires a thug to beat him up and humilliate him by throwing him in her pigsty, Vargas tricks them into going outside the town and shoot them both. Later, Vargas stays behind after the funeral when everyone else has left to piss on her grave.
9th Jun '17 9:18:50 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* In ''WesternAnimation/BebesKids'', Robin meets Jamika at a funeral, where "everyone was there, 'cause [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing everyone was glad he was gone]]." People are seen drinking, laughing and playing dominoes, while the only one grieving was the widow.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/BebesKids'', Robin meets Jamika at a funeral, where "everyone was there, cause everyone was glad he was gone." People are seen drinking, laughing and playing dominoes, while the only one grieving was the widow.
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24th May '17 12:56:03 PM FF32
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* In ''ComicBook/TheBoys'', Billy Butcher visits his abusive father's funeral just so he can urinate on the corpse.


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** In "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace", Homer has an ImagineSpot of his funeral. In it, the few attendees decide to skip the eulogy and just toss Homer in the grave off a dump truck while WesternAnimation/HeckleAndJeckle call him "a real sack of crap".
3rd May '17 2:23:21 PM Dravencour
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* Fred Phelps Sr. was an American pastor infamous for his anti-gay slogans and beliefs. One of the activities his Westboro Baptist Church congregation is known for is going around veterans' funerals and claiming that God condemned them to die because the nation tolerates "fags." As one can well imagine, this didn't do a lot to earn them points with the rest of the community, particularly due to changing attitudes toward homosexuality. Some of the most vocally offended -- both gay-rights activists and those whose military sons and daughters' funerals were picketed -- talked of similarly paying their "respects" at Phelps' funeral upon his death, but per the Christian Science Monitor, no one ever got the chance [[http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2014/0320/Fred-Phelps-no-funeral-for-the-preacher-who-picketed-so-many-video there was no funeral]] (and presumably, his family mourned in private).

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* Fred Phelps Sr. was an American pastor infamous for his anti-gay homophobic slogans and beliefs. One of the activities his Westboro Baptist Church congregation is well known for is going around veterans' the funerals of war veterans and picketing them, claiming that God condemned them to die because the nation tolerates "fags." As one can well imagine, this didn't do a lot to earn them points with the rest of the community, particularly due to changing attitudes toward homosexuality. Some of the most vocally offended -- both gay-rights activists and those whose military sons and daughters' funerals were picketed -- talked of similarly paying their "respects" at Phelps' funeral upon his death, but per the Christian Science Monitor, no one ever got the chance [[http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2014/0320/Fred-Phelps-no-funeral-for-the-preacher-who-picketed-so-many-video there was no funeral]] (and presumably, his family mourned in private).
3rd May '17 2:15:20 PM Dravencour
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* Enzo's first act in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' is pissing on the tombstone of a guy who Bayonetta is praying over, and taunting her about how no angels are going to be coming for this guy, culminating in him throwing his spent stogie onto the coffin. When the angels do arrive to Enzo's shock and disbelief, Bayonetta proceeds to kick their asses all over the place.

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* Enzo's first act in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' is pissing on the tombstone of a guy who Bayonetta is praying over, someone's tombstone, and taunting her Bayonetta about how no angels are going to be coming for this guy, "Eggman the Destroyer", culminating in him throwing his spent stogie onto the coffin. When the angels do arrive to Enzo's shock and disbelief, Bayonetta proceeds to kick their asses all over the place.



23rd Apr '17 1:31:38 PM Dravencour
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* Enzo's first act in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' is pissing on the tombstone of a guy who Bayonetta is praying over, and taunting her about how no angels are going to be coming for this guy, culminating in him throwing his spent stogie onto the coffin. When the angels do arrive to Enzo's shock and disbelief, Bayonetta proceeds to kick their asses all over the place.
6th Apr '17 4:45:52 PM eroock
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* In ''Film/BlueRuin'', Dwight learns that [[YouKilledMyFather Cleland Sr. has killed his father]]. When he finds Cleland Sr.'s grave behind the house, he goes inside, guzzles glasses of water, and then pisses on the grave stone as a gesture of revenge.
16th Feb '17 2:11:26 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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Many times, criminals who are guilty of (especially) the most heinous of acts will have private funerals, if they have one at all; that is, the funeral is open only to those explicitly invited, and often the funeral location will not be announced publicly. Other times, the obituary will run only after the funeral service and burial. This is to keep unwanted intruders from interrupting the service for instance the embittered victim who was personally (or had a close friend or family member) particularly harmed by said deceased criminal's actions from showing up and - in the process of screaming about how the decedent ruined his/her/others' lives - disrupting the service and disrespecting the religious traditions of a funeral. After all, even the most heinous (now-deceased) criminal still likely has family and/or friends who wish to, in the very least, mourn that person in peace and remember him/her how they wish to. In these cases, usually there will be an usher or a police officer standing by the door of the funeral location to stop anyone who does happen to show up uninvited.

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Many times, criminals who are guilty of (especially) the most heinous of acts will have private funerals, if they have one at all; that is, the funeral is open only to those explicitly invited, and often the funeral location will not be announced publicly. Other times, the obituary will run only after the funeral service and burial. This is to keep unwanted intruders from interrupting the service for instance the embittered victim who was personally (or had a close friend or family member) particularly harmed by said deceased criminal's actions from showing up and - -- in the process of screaming about how the decedent ruined his/her/others' lives - --
disrupting the service and disrespecting the religious traditions of a funeral. After all, even the most heinous (now-deceased) criminal still likely has family and/or friends who wish to, in the very least, mourn that person in peace and remember him/her how they wish to. In these cases, usually there will be an usher or a police officer standing by the door of the funeral location to stop anyone who does happen to show up uninvited.
16th Feb '17 2:10:18 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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Funeral scenes like these also come up - particularly in fiction -- to show how the people the deceased ''thought'' they were close to truly care once they are gone. Either they never truly did or they only cared to a shallow degree; or the funeral is a way to release pent-up frustration, hate, contempt and so forth toward the decedent, emotions that were held in for whatever reason while that person was still living. Other times, these scenes show how much {{Jerkass}}es the family and "friends" can be in general once the deceased is no longer around to remind them when to filter out their open contempt toward the deceased, his family, and/or his life decisions.

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Funeral scenes like these also come up - -- particularly in fiction -- to show how the people the deceased ''thought'' they were close to truly care once they are gone. Either they never truly did or they only cared to a shallow degree; or the funeral is a way to release pent-up frustration, hate, contempt and so forth toward the decedent, emotions that were held in for whatever reason while that person was still living. Other times, these scenes show how much {{Jerkass}}es the family and "friends" can be in general once the deceased is no longer around to remind them when to filter out their open contempt toward the deceased, his family, and/or his life decisions.



* One episode of ''Series/NashBridges'' has recurring character Tony B fake his death. Most of the attendees at his funeral use the opportunity to insult him...even Nash.

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* One episode of ''Series/NashBridges'' has recurring character Tony B fake his death. Most of the attendees at his funeral use the opportunity to insult him... even Nash.



-->"I'd like to live just long enough to be there when they [[OffWithHisHead cut off your head]] and [[DeadGuyOnDisplay stick it on a pike]] as a warning to the next ten generations that [[DealWithTheDevil some favors come with too high a price]]. I would look up at your lifeless eyes and wave...like this."\\

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-->"I'd like to live just long enough to be there when they [[OffWithHisHead cut off your head]] and [[DeadGuyOnDisplay stick it on a pike]] as a warning to the next ten generations that [[DealWithTheDevil some favors come with too high a price]]. I would look up at your lifeless eyes and wave... like this."\\



* At the end of ''VideoGame/{{Broforce}}'', your character pays his last respects to [[spoiler:Satan himself]]...by ''pissing on his grave''.

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* At the end of ''VideoGame/{{Broforce}}'', your character pays his last respects to [[spoiler:Satan himself]]... by ''pissing on his grave''.
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