A woman attends her mother's wake. While there she meets a man who she thinks would make a perfect partner, a soul mate even. Caught up in her mother's funeral, she never gets the chance to really spend much time with him, and afterwards no one seems to know who he was.
Two weeks later, she murders her sister. Why?
Quote: JoemanShe reasoned that the Mystery Man that attended her mother's funeral would also attend her sister's, and she could meet Mystery Man again. Poor guy.
I had actually heard this one before (and did not know the answer). My friend who told it to me said afterwards it was a test that only a psychopath would get right (edit: no offense, OD!) since the reasoning used shows total disregard for all other human life. I didn't feel so bad not coming up with the answer.
Pah! Who ever scored at an actual funeral?Quote: Romes
Am I the only one that notices he uses "wake" then "funeral" almost as though they're one in the same, even though they are not? Wake is before the funeral, potentially days before.
Quote: OnceDearNone taken. Actually, the mystery guy was a psychiatrist seeking out new patients and a life partner and he'd murdered the mother $:o)
Close enough, except "afterwards no one seems to know who he was."Quote: ThatDonGuy
Because he was the mortician, and she figured the only way she could meet him again is at another wake.
Just don't go to the burger place next door - try the Italian place across the street instead.