1815. Cause for celebration

Roderick and David ran a smallish undertakers business. They barely made enough to live on. As Roderick joked, “The new doctor in town is not good for business.”

Then the coronavirus arrived. People were dying all over the place. Business was booming.

“At last we will be able to live it up a little,” said David lyrically. “A better quality wine! Cheeses! The finest cuts of meat! Homemade carrot cake all over the place!” Roderick and David were excellent cooks.

Sadly they both caught the virus and died.

21 thoughts on “1815. Cause for celebration

          1. badfinger20

            “Those are my principles, and if you don’t like them…well I have others.”

            Sorry I had to throw a Groucho quote in….liven things up a bit.

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                  1. badfinger20

                    You are a HIT!
                    You can never have too many!

                    “He may look like an idiot and talk like an idiot but don’t let that fool you. He really is an idiot.”

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