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The dancing coffin meme explained

These dancing pallbearers have become a meme and a symbol of the quarantine. But in Ghana, these dancers really do turn funerals into parties. 🇬🇭

04/25/2020 5:03 PM
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  • Sabrenia W.
    a day

    Don't cry for me I want rejoicing cause my vacation in paradise starts

  • Sabrenia W.
    a day

    I like it. They are in a better place

  • Frenchey D.
    2 days

    Imagine just now learning about this

  • Ok M.
    3 days

    here we go again 😂😂😂

  • Dex J.
    4 days

    Nothing wrong with putting the fun in funeral.

  • Haider F.
    4 days

    These pallbearers deserve golden statues all over the wolrd😄

  • Kevin B.
    4 days

    Look at all the cultural appropriation

  • Simon P.
    5 days

    Stupid propaganda.

  • Joseph C.
    6 days

    Me in the coffin ⚰️

  • Robert J.
    6 days

    Anyone catch the American Flags?

  • Casey S.
    08/01/2020 16:04

    We always have to remember that our joy and happiness is the best form of rebellion to the sad and ugly truth that this world cruelly holds over our heads. This is by far one of the best examples I've seen such far. Because a flower at a grave is the same as your friends and family joyfully sending you off. It reminds us to remember that life is wonderful and even though the ones we love are gone from this world they still would only want happiness from us and not sorrow.

  • Adriana P.
    08/01/2020 15:03

    They ruined the meme by explaining it

  • Niccolo A.
    08/01/2020 07:09

    It's supposed to be a celebration, death is a gift. Life is the struggle as we deny this, we also know it to be true as a woman is sold into the sex trade and a child starves because the parents are zombies on that dope. Never fear or regret death as it's inevitable and it brings peace to those in pain or diar straights. Accepting death is when we begin to live fully because, we aren't promised another second.

  • Kyle R.
    07/29/2020 21:07

    love how they describe this

  • Bayron R.
    07/29/2020 01:45

    When I first saw this I thought: "Seems like a NOLA Style Funeral."

  • Anthony M.
    07/26/2020 16:35

    These men are so talented. I would be honored if they did this for my funeral

  • Leo B.
    07/26/2020 05:17

    They started this when there mother in law past away. Lmao

  • Toby V.
    07/25/2020 21:59

    Never seen it.

  • LaVerne L.
    07/25/2020 17:48

    Some of them be dropping that casket. Not me!

  • D.j. M.
    07/25/2020 16:26

    This is STUPID