Soem people are funny even when they are dead...
December 26, 2007 11:24am CST
This is a heart warming story about a funny guy who wanted to have the last laugh. The guy passed away but his friends received Christmas cards from him. The greeting read: "I asked Big Guy if I could sneak back and send some cards. At first he said no; but at my insistence he finally said, 'Oh well, what the heaven, go ahead but don't (tarry) there.' Wish I could tell you about things here but words cannot explain. "Better get back as Big Guy said he stretched a point to let me in the first time, so I had better not press my luck. I'll probably be seeing you (some sooner than you think). Wishing you a very Merry Christmas. Chet Fitch" What do you think of that! I think his sense of humor is really awesome and his friends would really miss him a lot. Full story here: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071225/ap_on_fe_st/odd_cards_from_heaven;_ylt=AtovfjHa6YYOdnI1KH6bBwbtiBIF
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22 Jun 08
this reminds me of a movie i watched recently. it's called 'PS I Love You'. i cried so many times during the movie. it's about this guy who is dying of cancer. he prepared a series of gifts to his wife. it's a really good show and i'd recommend anyone to watch it. as for what this guy does, it shows that he has still got his sense of humour left when he passed away. it good that his friends are reminded that he really cares. i wish i have friends like this but i'd rather my friends live longer than i do. cheers.
28 Dec 07
This is really touching. The friends will have tears on their eyes while reading it and simultaneously, a smile on their lips. What a way to leave this mortal life! When they read the line "I'll probably be seeing you (sometime sooner than you think)", their hearts probably longed for the words to be true. "What the heaven"? LOL. Really, the man was really witty and that he could concoct a joke even on his deathbed, perhaps even in pain and anguish is something heroic entirely.