Who’ll Clean Up Your Last Mess?

There are almost twice the number of suicides than murders in the US. And people just don’t go quietly into that good night.  Guns – by far  – issue the largest number of one-way, nonstop tickets to never-ever land. And they make a mess.

The problem is:  who’s going to sparkle and shine up a person’s last grand gesture of painting the walls, spraying the furniture, and splattering the rug?  After the body is taken away and the authorities lock up the place, who’s going to start cleaning this interior design of gore-decor topped with yellow, crime-scene tape?  Obviously, the person responsible is not going to be of much help.

Fortunately there are people who make their living doing this sort of thing and can eat their lunch while on the job.  The link below will take you to the most famous company in the field and which may have a franchise open near you.

crimescenecleaners.com

One Response to “Who’ll Clean Up Your Last Mess?”

  1. Bill says:

    Go to youtube and enter helium suicide. You will see a step by step tutorial on how to off yourself very quickly with no pain and no mess. I know it works because my own nephew went this way.

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