|The Mothership |
Oh, ok, she's attached to her dead husband, I can understand that. They were close, she's recently bereaved, she has my sympa...... oh. Oh, no. oh honey, no no no no no.
|wtf japan |
Two months and they're calling it an addiction? Give her a freaking window of time for grieving before judging her. Yeah eating ashes is weird, but its only been two months.
I'm talking about you eating your mom at some point.
I've never done that. Don't be so judgmental baleen. I've seen people around me who've lost close loved ones do weird stuff. But after a good amount of time they recover.
This is the only one I've ever seen where the subject had to be institutionalized.
Also, who knew human ashes were so fatty?
|Void 71 |
Okay, now I'm convinced that this show is fake.
My alarm here that someone is playing this up is that apparently she had time to apply and the film crew show up somewhere in that span of two months her husband has been dead. Unless this was the film crew dropping everything before she ate all the ashes or went for treatment, the show would have been contacted while the ashes were still cooling and one could sorta expect her to still be in the immediate aftermath of his death. I feel like she added the ashes snacking to sweeten the deal after the crew said "um, carting an urn around a week after his death is tragic, but not horrible"...
...or I'm just being cynical and in fact these shows pretty much show up on one day's notice to film a freakshow before they go into therapy.
Om nom nom nom nom
I was wondering why Google was saying "Eating Disorder Treatment".
Reality show idea: wait until she eats the whole thing, then have the funeral home call and tell her they accidentally gave her the ashes of a Great Dane.
|Jet Bin Fever |
Just... Jesus... wow...
Eating a dead family-members' remains is hardly new. Still fucked up though.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
"Well I didn't want my husband to go to waste NOM NOM NOM"
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