For those of you who are interested in a career as a mortician

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  1. Karlijn

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    Youtube channel Ask a Mortician :skull:

    Both informational and hilarious, as only a dead body can be :shifty:
     
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    I looked into becoming a mortician but never followed through and found it a very hard career to get into.
     
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  3. Wrecky

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    This is the truest statement :no: @skrinkle and I have talked about this a lot, how hard it is getting into the industry. Especially in BC though, other places are definitely not as hard. Here you pretty much have to come from a family of morticians to get hired anywhere.
     
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    Thats like the military, it's actually pretty tough to get into. And people from military families and backgrounds are far more readily accepted.
     
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    Just gonna leave this here and tag @skrinkle :shifty:
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  6. JJ Larweck

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    When someone dies from the Yanomami tribe in India, their loved ones cremate the body and put the ashes in soup. They then eat the soup believing their dead loved ones to continue living inside of them.

    Me personally, I want to be stuffed. Like, taxidermy when I die.
     
  8. JJ Larweck

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    Stuffed with a winking face and two thumbs up?
     
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