Easter Bunny Funeral? | FFFW 181

ENJOY Friday Funeral Fast Wrap Funeral Industry News March 29, 2024

Easter Bunny Funeral? | FFFW 181

DISCLAIMER: None of the F’s in FFFW stand for “facts.” Enjoy the satire.

Happy Good Friday! I know everyone is getting ready for Easter weekend, so we’re keeping this one short and sweet!

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“I’m the Easter Bunny and I’ve Preplanned My Funeral”

The Easter Bunny has officially preplanned his funeral, proving that even timeless symbols of spring can have a dark sense of humor about their own mortality. “Considering my family’s track record with unexpected lawn mower incidents, I figured I’d better get ahead of the game,” the Bunny said, without a hint of irony.

Instead of flowers, mourners are asked to bring carrot seeds, to be scattered in undisclosed locations, continuing the Bunny’s lifelong game of hide and seek. “It’s a way to keep the magic alive, or at least the rabbits in your garden,” he quipped.

The eulogy will be a live comedy roast, because, as the Bunny puts it, “If you can’t laugh at death, who can you laugh at?” It’s expected to be a fine line between tribute and trial, a reflection of a life lived in the balance of joy and jeopardy.

“In the end,” the Bunny concluded, “I just want my family and friends to know that some-bunny loved them, and that bunny was me.”


Get it right and you’ll see a baby chick. Get it wrong and you’ll people falling in water.

What year were Peeps introduced?

A) 1933
B) 1943
C) 1953

You Otter Be Proud

Here are some good things going on in the profession.

  1. Central Valley funeral home helps farmworkers return to their native country after death
  2. Horse-Drawn Carriage Helps Those Grieving
  3. Rockland County moves to improve, restore several abandoned cemeteries