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12/29/2006 03:35 AM ID: 59200 Permalink   

Funeral Addiction

 

Luis Squarisi, 42, from Batatais Brazil has attended every funeral in his home town for the past twenty years citing the death of his father in 1983 as the beginning of his morbid addiction. He later quit his job to continue his addiction.

"The first thing I do every morning is turn on the radio to find out if anyone has died," said Luis. "If I don't hear it on the radio I call the hospitals and local funeral home."

Funeral home spokesperson, SO Vicente said, "We don't want him to go to therapy, everyone expects to see him at the funerals. He is Famous already."

 
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I wonder what he finds so pleasurable about funerals that he had to quit his job. It seems creepy to me, but its none of my business.
 
  by: melissamiranda     12/29/2006 02:59 PM     
 
 
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