What are the odds a drug addicts parents would put an obituary in the paper about her death?

Say a young woman in her early 40′s died of a drug overdose. She hasn’t spoken to her parents for years. Do you think anyone would put an obituary in the paper about her death?

Do you actually believe her parents would rejoice, and be exceedingly glad? Do you think her parents would throw a party? Or, in their church newsletter, under "reasons to celebrate", would you find an announcement about her death? Now, maybe they would or would not place an obituary notice in the newspaper. But, I seriously doubt they would take lessons for the "Dance of Joy".

2 Responses to “What are the odds a drug addicts parents would put an obituary in the paper about her death?”

  • Spencer says:

    Answer my question first, woman!
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  • James says:

    Do you actually believe her parents would rejoice, and be exceedingly glad? Do you think her parents would throw a party? Or, in their church newsletter, under "reasons to celebrate", would you find an announcement about her death? Now, maybe they would or would not place an obituary notice in the newspaper. But, I seriously doubt they would take lessons for the "Dance of Joy".
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