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Guys, do not exceed the speed limit if you want to live...
My friend died because of the fact that he liked driving fast...
Now we are at funeral...
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post #2 of 6 Old 02-09-2021, 02:22 PM
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That's sad to hear. Stuff like these happen, you need to watch out and be careful when driving. The smallest mistake can lead to death. I hope the funeral will be a nice one, he sure deserves it.
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It is very sad, and I am very sorry for your friend.
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t is very sad, and I am very sorry for your friend. Here, as now, to be his relatives, parents? It's such a grief... You need to take care of your life not only for yourself, but also for your family and friends. Based on the fact that I have already paid for my funeral and I already have a place in the cemetery, because I don't want to be buried in the woods, it's too much. I even ordered a tombstone from Brass & Mattos Monument Co, because I do not want my loved ones to do this and experience torment. You may think I'm a maniac, but I am.
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t is very sad, and I am very sorry for your friend. Here, as now, to be his relatives, parents? It's such a grief... You need to take care of your life not only for yourself, but also for your family and friends. Based on the fact that I have already paid for my funeral and I already have a place in the cemetery, because I don't want to be buried in the woods, it's too much. I even ordered a tombstone from Brass & Mattos Monument Co, because I do not want my loved ones to do this and experience torment. You may think I'm a maniac, but I am.
This can be really helpful to his family! Thanks for sharing it.
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You're very brave to share this story.
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