when one attends a funeral and encounters relatives that they do not know, but the relative persists that they remember them from a very young age, but the encountered individual feels weird and just walks away.
Jim: What a Tragedy.
Bob: Yeah I know.
Uncle Bill: Jimmy its me!!!
Jim & Bob: 'wtf'
Uncle Bill: Jimmy its me your uncle bob. I remember you when you were this big.
Jim & Bob: funeral effect
by Rodney T. January 31, 2008
One of the most awesome Welsh bands to ever make it. Not just loved by emo kids.The lyrics are thought-provoking and meaningful, the riffs are stunning, the drumming is powerful, and unlike many bands, when funeral for a friend play live, they sound alot better than they do on the album, which is a rare thing. Casually dressed and deep in conversation/ Seven ways to scream your name should be in any rock fans CD collection
funeral for a friend rock! they are amazing and ive seen them 4 times live!!
by lea_lea_lea July 27, 2004
The phrase you say, when someone is about to do something wicked that involves risk, or death.
Are you seriously gonna do that?
Heh your funeral.
by Sosku10 August 29, 2021
In Dungeons & Dragons or similar game, when a player's minimum damage is enough to defeat an enemy but the player desires to see the resulting damage, this is referred to as rolling "funeral damage."
GM: What's the minimum damage for your dagger attack?
Player 1: Let's see, it's dee-four plus eight. So, nine.
Player 2: Don't forget sneak attack.
Player 1: Oh duh. Two dee-six means two more.
GM: Eleven damage is enough to kill this guy. You just need to hit.
Player 1: Woo! Seventeen on the die! Eat it!
GM: Okay, it's dead.
Player 2: Wait a second, you get to roll like, three dice. DO IT.
GM: Fine. Roll funeral damage.
Player 1: Nice! Twenty-one damage.
GM: He only had three hit points left.
by dither March 21, 2014
1. n. The practice of sending your non-functional electronics to the afterlife.

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.
1) When I stopped drooling into my Mac Airbook, I realized it would no longer work. Since I love my Mac so much, I went to a near by lake to give it a Viking funeral.

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
by Halvar the Red February 28, 2009
Similar to a shotgun wedding, but instead of joining a reluctant couple, it occurs when a hated despot dies and is displayed before his or her oppressed serfs. The serfs feel compelled to begin crying uncontrollably at Dear Leader's untimely demise or else face a very hazardous and morbid fate.
Kim Jong Il died recently and his citizens displayed fake tears at the barrel of a gun. It was a very successful shotgun funeral for Best Korea.
by Kim_Jong_not_Il_He_Dead December 19, 2011
Drinking so much beer that you fucking die. But like, super hard dying.
Danielle broke up with her boyfriend and had a bad day at work. Sounds like she's going to have a beer funeral when she gets home.
by jesus peatz March 24, 2010