Honorable dead electronics can go to Valhalla if sent properly. In order to send your honorable dead to Valhalla, you must:
1.) place dead electronics in a boat
2.) set the boat on fire
3.) let it drift out on a body of water.
The higher the esteem for your dead device, the more peripherals and accessories you include in the boat so that it may have the same status, functionality, esteem and quality of life in the afterlife. Besides, manufacturers usually don't make the same connectors on different devices.
Just like Wall St., the real skill in this practice is to avoid a criminal record. Fire fighters and police officers are usually unfamiliar with this practice and will treat it with extreme skepticism or prejudice.
2) I am on probation for a Viking funeral after sending my Super Nintendo to Valhalla after 14 years of glorious service. R.I.P., SNES
This act is most often deployed when an individual feels the need to mask the smell of their excrement when the standard pack of matches is not available but a lighter is at hand. The burning toilet paper shows a 76% masking of the odor in most cases vs. 89% for a book of matches. Wooden matches provide an impressive 96% masking.
The second most popular reason for deploying this act is for the sheer proudness an individual may feel about the crap they created. As if it deserved to be sent off in style.
This activity should preferably occur in a mangrove delta region in West Africa, or Scandanavia.
"I just lost my job so I'm going to get Viking Funeral drunk tonight."
Stewart: "How could I not? That viking funeral was on every blasted channel!"