Dead bug funeral Kit

AT just $20, the Dead Bug Funeral Kit makes an excellent gift. 200801091346
The Dead Bug Funeral Kit comes with a 32-page Illustrated Buggy Book of Eulogies with Ribbon Bookmark, Casket, Grave Marker, White Clay Flower, Burial Scroll, and Pouch of Grass Seed.

The Buggy Book of Eulogies contains 15 eulogies and 15 buggy illustrations for your Ant, Bee, Beetle, Butterfly, Caterpillar, Cockroach, Cricket, Doodlebug, Fly, Grasshopper, Ladybug, Lightning Bug, Praying Mantis, Spider or Stickbug. The poems are eulogies told by children who have lost their pet bugs to fate. Each book is handmade one at a time. The Kits are assembled by hand as well.

The Burial Scroll comes tied with a ribbon and deposited in the Casket. The Burial Scroll gives instructions for conducting burial ceremonies. Mourners may bury their loved ones outside in the garden or inside the tin box itself, filled with soil and planted with the grass seed provided.

We hope the Dead Bug Funeral Kit will provide some consolation. You may preorder this Kit for yourself or a loved one. We are working as briskly as we can to make these Kits, but there is a lot of grief in this world. And a lot of bugs. We appreciate your patience.

Link (Thanks, Mark Dery!)


  1. Wow. I used to perform live burials of ants in beer and soda cans as kid living in West Texas. Now I find out I could be making money marketing that twisted compulsion.

  2. This is great! The next fly I swat will get a grand burial, complete with eulogy. I’m not sure I need the kit for it; I think it will be a more meaningful event if it does not come from a prefabricated kit. I can write the eulogy myself. My fellow mourners and I will weep copiously.

  3. Nolly @5:

    Here you go.

    Refactoring Bob changed the line
    if i !> x do to
    if i < x do. Looked fine
    When he ran a use case or two.

    He checked the change in as “all tested,
    Compiled and ready to ship!”
    Though QA complained and protested,
    The deadlines weren’t subject to slip.

    The system looked fine throughout beta
    And Wired said its future was bright.
    But then, with the userbase greater*,
    A cluster of faults came to light.

    The bug reports soon flooded in;
    The system phoned home in distress.
    Support found their patience wear thin,
    Till management queried “the mess”.

    Retesting to track down the glitch
    Was run, and it soon stood revealed:
    The use case (i = x) which
    Inadequate tests had concealed.

    A fix was soon made and compiled
    And users, their systems now patched,
    Then found their results reconciled.
    And thus was this code bug despatched.

    * An evil rhyme, but it had to be done

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