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 pantsonfire
Joined: 7/19/2006
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It's just a kneejerk reaction, People need to inject humour into an otherwise tragic occurrence.. You'll find most ppl who work in professions that bring them into contact with tragedy on a regular basis have a very sick and twisted sense of humour...
You will also find that ppl who have suffered the bereavement of a loved one will also engage in more sexual activity.. kind of of a re-affirmation of life continuing...
 Nomdeplume
Joined: 12/5/2005
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Posted: 9/6/2006 5:54:02 AM
Zulu1.... Necrophelia..... is flogging a dead horse...oops no thats beastiality, necrophilia and sadomasochism..in one...

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 pantsonfire
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Posted: 9/6/2006 6:01:42 AM
Necrophilia, also called thanatophilia and necrolagnia, is a paraphilia characterized by a sexual attraction to corpses.
That explain it succinctly and thoroughly enough for you zulu????
 Bobby4771
Joined: 8/12/2006
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Posted: 9/6/2006 1:21:56 PM
You have to be able to laugh about most situations in life.

Those of us who have to deal with death professionally often have the greatest sense of humour around it.
 corleo
Joined: 8/22/2006
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Posted: 9/7/2006 1:38:17 AM
yes i agree with the posts that people facing and dealing with death and dieing use humour to cope with the inevitable end thats waiting for us all..having been involved with someone with a long drawn out terminal illness i can vouch for that, its usually the person suffering who uses humour to make it easier for themselves and the ones around them.. unless youve been there it is sometimes difficult to understand..the laughs we had about cancer and dieing may seem sick to others but if it helps then whats wrong with it?..everyone is different and whats funny for one may not be funny for another..as to jokes that go around on mobiles etc that deal with dieing and the dead i usually find my self smiling at them,not much upsets me now.. humour helps..
 scorpiomover
Joined: 4/19/2007
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Posted: 8/21/2007 5:39:24 PM
Someone once said to me that there are 3 types of humour: normal, strange, and stick & twisted. Luckily, I fall into the latter category. So I'm quite at home with those sort of jokes.

Doesn't mean I respect the passed on any less. Just means that I see humour in everything, especially the unhappy sides of life.
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