If you guys don't do my "Funeral Ideas" Pinterest board justice at my funeral, I will haunt you so hard *pinning ideas to "Haunting" board* — Tragic Ally (@TragicAllyHere) January 9, 2017Turns out funeral pins are a thing. Just search for funeral pins in Twitter – some tweets are in jest, sure, but not all. I didn’t get swept away in thoughts of my own funeral. I did, however, begin to think of other Pinterest boards that might exist. Here are some eye-catching Pinterest boards. They're work safe.
An Elf On The Shelf Idea For Lazy Parents - DarnKid https://t.co/l7vrprfrNr pic.twitter.com/tHTY0tS8x2 — Darnkid (@darnkiddotcom) December 12, 2016
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