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Man asks if he's wrong to forbid cousin from doing an interpretive dance at funeral.

Man asks if he's wrong to forbid cousin from doing an interpretive dance at funeral.

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Death is a painful yet unavoidable part of life. Saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy, and of course, people have very different ways of expressing their grief. Some of these ways may be way more appropriate for public viewing than others, however.

Sure, chugging vodka in your underwear might help you feel better, but it's maybe not the best thing to do in the middle of a public funeral procession.

Reddit user u/Da_Rooster913 had to lay down the law with some family members recently when it came to planning his Dad's funeral. You see, his cousin wanted to perform an interpretive dance to the Elton John banger "Candle in the Wind" in the church... in front of the casket... for his YouTube channel.

Yes, you read that right.

The grieving son shut down his cousin's performance piece and now his family is enraged that they aren't being allowed to mourn in their own way. Now he's on Reddit asking if he was wrong to forbid his cousin from busting a move at the funeral service.

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