You might think it would be a manly sendoff to have your coffin carried to the graveyard in a Harley Hearse. And you can do it, but how much more manly is it to drive a motorcycle to your own funeral? That's what David Morales Colón did. Sort of.
After a mortician pumped him full of formaldehyde, the 22-year-old Puerto Rican motorcycle enthusiast rode his beloved Honda F4 one last time. (Another guy, Julio Lopez of Philadelphia, had a similar motorcycle wake.) Not many journalists could resist "Ghost Rider" puns.
A considerably less disturbing option: the "Harley Hearse," offered by a handful of funeral homes across the nation. For when the Harley-Davidson motto "Live to Ride, Ride to Live" no longer applies to you.
How could you have a more manly funeral than that? Well, there are many ways that men have pre-planned an unforgettable funeral, and you can read about them at MTV's Guy Code blog. Link