My father's second wife was a bitter, hostile old bitch! She alienated my father from his children (and he allowed it to happen) because of her stupid insecurities. She made nasty comments about anyone who was not physically present at the time she was speaking. Several of my siblings told her that they would be happy on the day when they could piss on her grave.
She is now dead. Unfortunately, because she was an Army nurse during World War II, she is buried in a national cemetery. I believe that pissing on a grave in a national cemetery is a federal crime, so I have never followed through on my threat. I am also trying to be a better person and suppress the need to express such base emotions.
Have you ever wanted to piss on someone's grave? Did you actually do it? How did you feel afterwards?
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If I i was told where my great grandfather was buried, I might consider pissing on his grave, his son, my Grandfather cut ties with his family when he was old enough to move out as his family were sicilian gangsters, His uncle my great uncle was gunned down in a bar in Charlestown by the Winter Hill gang (Glad you're rotting in Prison Whitey!)
But considering my Grandfather died when my mom was a kid, and hated his father for being the monster he was,
If figure that it'd be the final piece of payback for all the awful things that my Great-Grandfather and the rest of them had done to not only his family but to their victims1