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I found this over on one of my typical blogs i browse daily:

The Presurfer: Shelves For Life

thought this would be the kinda crowd that would appreciate it.

Would be handy way to store your coffins me thinks :D


ps: is it wrong of me to be proud that its a British invention lol
 

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Awesome! They showed those on the news a few years back... one site had everything, shelves, coffee tables, benches, I don't remember which it was through.
 

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Not a bad idea, but i was kinda hopin i could get mine as a pop up prop.
 

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lol - at first I thought it was a pre-used coffin turned into a shelf for sentimental reasons. To my surprise it's your final resting place looking at you every day, asking, "Is it time, yet?"
 

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Im curious to see how easy it'd be to make one by yourself... probably save you plenty o' ££££'s!!!
 

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lol - at first I thought it was a pre-used coffin turned into a shelf for sentimental reasons. To my surprise it's your final resting place looking at you every day, asking, "Is it time, yet?"
I suppose it would be super efficient and nice of you if you died at home, all they'd have to do is roll you into your shelf come coffin unit! ;)
 

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The shelf is ugly I would rather just have the coffin in my house...wait, I do. Plus I don't want to be buried in plywood.
I personally quite like how it looks!


but yeah im with you on the plywood though, not the most attractive wood but i guess you'll be dead anyways...
 

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Plywood is "green" isn't it unless you were to stain and varnish and all that?? I don't care what I get buried in, they can toss me in the ground as is for all I care :p
 

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Plywood wouldn't be my first choice for a coffin, but I can see how the inventor was going for strength in the shelving use, as opposed to beauty in perpetuity.

I'm sure that most of you would agree that our clueless relatives would probably either not figure out that the shelf is a coffin kit, not have the skill to assemble the coffin if they did know the shelf was a coffin kit, or would just write a check for a "real" casket to bury the body because it's "easier".

Craig
 
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