Thursday, November 12, 2009

Stone Cold Shame


previous post: Let’s Get It On



  1. KB, I totally see your point. That’s why we waited until the day after. We wanted to make sure all of our family knew first since a lot of our cousins are friends on FB. Thanks for your condolences.

    And I would hate to be notified of something like that in “text speak”. I thought really hard about how to say it. My brother, who is in high school asked me to write it because he wanted to make sure it was appropriate.

  2. @Because

    So it’s fake because someone who, by the way, could’ve been ANYONE, has posted a link to some random guy’s death in the comments section of Lamebook? Your logic is ridiculously flawed.

  3. hahahahaha!

  4. It could have been that he had proposed to her once, and she had refused, but still consided him to be a great love of her life, or at least a dear friend. That is how I had read it at first. Then she finds out that he has died, and is regretful for the loss. Is this so hard to believe?

  5. Hey, and one want to crash the funeral with me?

  6. WTF? Kaitlyn reads, “I wish I could hear your voice again asking me to marry you”, and the only bells that go off in her head are wedding bells? I can’t understand misinterpretation on such a grand scale. Every sentence of this status screams “HE HAS DIED”.

    And poor, poor Jessica.

  7. Just want to point out that This Chris guy was married and cheating on his wife with this whore…….

  8. I am currently cheating on my boyfriend with a large pig called bessie!

  9. Ms.Terri. its called a priapism. lmao@ Goblox.

  10. Kaitlyn mega failed that conversation.

  11. Chaz = FTW

  12. if this happen to me i will hide for the rest of my life…

  13. Awwwww that’s so sad 🙁

  14. Goblox, STFU!


  16. This is screwed up. Wouldn’t you think to tell your friends (and the person who posted the comment obviously knows them both fairly well), rather than updating your facebook status and letting people find out that way?

  17. Oh dear…poor Kaitlyn.

  18. Now they can return the wedding gift that they bought them. Sa-wheet!

  19. OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!! Chris is dead?????

  20. I’m not dead, we are still getting married. This was Jessica and my way of not inviting Kaitlyn to our wedding

  21. …and on the 124th comment, he rose again.

  22. Does it make me a bad person that I laughed at that ^ ?
    Bad taste people, bad taste.

  23. The thing is, if my would-be fiance was killed YESTERDAY I wouldn’t be bothering to answer Facebook replies about it. Isn’t she in a state of grief (and probably shock)? I’m sorry, but hanging out on Facebook, and having the possibility of awkward exchanges like this, is just really strange to me.

  24. Each to their own I suppose @Adelaide.

  25. @Pink Actually my first thought was that it sounded like something one of my friends would’ve posted. Her husband came home from Iraq for a week or two, they got married, then he went back. It sounds like she’s talking about a deployed soldier, not a dead guy.

  26. I tell you what, reading through some of these comments – some of you people are proper heartless.

    But jesus, this is really sad.
    How that Kaitlyn could have misinterpreted that, I have no idea ¬_¬’

  27. when my friends dad died she posted it on facebook from her phone…. she spent all her time with her family though. there was nothing wrong with it. she said it was easier then telling people about it or having other people “hear things”.

  28. You know, when my fiance and I ended things, one of the first things I thought of was ice cream too. Poor Jessica.

  29. I completely understand why she wrote it on facebook. When a friend of mine passed, his facebook was flooded with people saying how much they missed him, and every now and then people still leave messages for him saying they miss him or how something reminded them of him. Regardless of whether the deceased is going to see it or not, it’s a way of reaching out and connecting with them again. Poor girl.

  30. kaitlyn is stupid. even though English is not my mother language, i got the idea that something was wrong. . .
    oh well… ppl makes mistakes. whatever

  31. i understand far to well my wife died and one of the first things i did when i got to a computer and was not near the hospital was log into facebook to let people know she died. it wasnt a sympathy thing or anything.

  32. Riveting tale, chap! Just kidding, she should kill herself

  33. Oh dear….

  34. I don’t know how many of you have actually experienced the death of a loved one, but once that person is gone, there’s really not much to *do*. My mom passed away about 10 years ago, and after the initial hustle and bustle of activity, it’s a lot of sitting around and waiting. We made phone calls to friends and family, and I notified a few people by e-mail and other means of electronic communication. Then we sat around and cried a lot and tried to make sense of what had happened.

    I highly doubt Jessica was neglecting anyone or anything by taking the time to make a status update. That takes less than 5 minutes. I’m sure the people around her were able to cope.

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