Today’s Sign That The Apocalypse Is Upon Us: A Drive-Through Funeral Home

You’ve got to be kidding me (via Fail Blog):

Here’s a view of what the drive-through lane looks like:

If you’re too lazy to get out of the car to pay your respects, then why even go?

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  • Jamermorrow

    LMFAO. That is awesome. Now we can get even fatter. Rather than waddle into the funeral home we watch from our car.

  • The Whistler


  • Bat One

    Ya want fires with that?

    • $8194357

      How about a coffee black and a egg mcsomethin?

  • SigFan

    I read about one of these places a couple years ago and thought how sad that we’ve come to the point that people can’t be inconvenienced for a few minutes to go inside and talk with the grieving and pay their respects.  What a sad indication of what lazy asses and how lacking in social graces so many have become.

    • $8194357

      One more incremental move to solient green perhaps?  Just kidding….

      • SigFan

        Would you like to super-size that? Just don’t tell Moochelle or she’ll get the fat police on you.

        • $8194357

          To late…I think under current guidelines I am already “obese”…
          Fat camp in my future state mandated possibly…

          • Bat One

            Do it yourself.  I did after I gained a bunch of weight when I quit smoking.  Its very rewarding once you get into it.  I’m 65 and my goals for this year are to do 65 consecutive pushups and finish a 10K in under 65 minutes.  And I expect to accomplish both!

          • $8194357

            Ten pounds down so far Bat..Workin on it..

          • Bat One

            Glucosamine and ibuprofen – Breakfast of Champions!

  • yy4u2

    I was surprised the owner didn’t have some off sale on the other side.  Not saying booze cures mourning or condoning drinking and driving but one shot for ol’ times sake…missing out on a money maker I’d say.

  • Spartacus

    Funerals don’t happen to make the person laying in the casket feel any better, they’re their to make those that knew the deceased feel better. If you feel better by paying your respects by driving by your friends coffin like you’re driving through a liquor store in Ohio or Pennsylvania then you might just be a Democrat, thus I can see it catching on in this country.

  • mickey_moussaoui

    Apropos for drive by shootings.

  • borborygmi

    Nothing says love and respect like a drive thru. 

  • awfulorv

    They ought to serve liquor so you can toast the deceased.