I always thought to wear something dark.
Well my stupid cousin wore red to her mother's funeral (my aunt) :(
I can not believe she did this maybe she wanted to seem like she was happy but in a good way bc her mom is no longer is suffering.. It is not so much of her being happy but if you knew my cousin you'd be like yep that is why she wore red but from what I remember when we were little she would always disrespect her mother and be very rude to all of us and now that she is gone my cousin is trying to get all the credit like yeah I took care of my mom when she wasn't feeding her correctly my aunt died of stomach cancer and did not eat right supposibly she did not want to ever eat but yet when she'd use #2 my cousin did not wnat to clean her :( So I am guessing she did not feed her my aunt did look really skinny when she passed I wouldn't doubt it if she died of starvation. :( Can u please help ease r pain thanks
Asked by Anonymous at 4:33 PM on Nov. 5, 2010 in Religion & Beliefs
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It is entirely cultural. Where I'm from un;less the family makes a specific request regarding colors for a funeral Darker colors are preferred. In fact, the way I was raised wearing red to a funeral was/is the highest form of disrespect. It all goes back to streetwalkers in red. Many people are moving away from the more stringent 'rules'...but I think it will be many years before a bright red dress would go over well at a funeral here.
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