Whatever Wednesday: Morbid Edition

Boo, devil. Another Wednesday.

As for this week's topic, let me just say that death - my death - is the leading cause of all of my panic attacks. Ask Sam. She almost had to call 911 when we went to see Brokeback Mountain a few years ago. No, not because my main man, Jake Gyllenhaal, was playing catcher. Because I had one tiny thought about dying, and I freakin lost it in the movie theater.

But the best way to get over your fears is to face them, right? So, here we go...

Undated photo of Maeve sent to male prospects in New York City.

Dawson, Maeve E., Middle of the Ocean: Maeve E. Dawson, 26, died on April 15, 1912 when the RMS Titanic hit an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean. Born in 1886 in Southhampton, UK, Maeve was the eldest daughter of Frank and Georgette Dawson, both natives of the area. Maeve was worked as teacher in Southhampton and was headed to New York to fulfill her lifelong dream of being a rich man's wife. Maeve suffered from chronic bitchface, but was described as friendly once you got to know her. She enjoyed reading, spending time with kittens, and drinking by herself. 

Maeve is survived by her parents and her younger sister, Felicia. Maeve's younger brother, Jack, was a fellow passenger on the Titanic and tragically lost his life as well. It should be noted that despite the fact that Maeve is deceased, she is still pissed that Jack's new girlfriend, Rose, let go. A small memorial service will be held at the Dawson home on April 21st.  BYOB.

Oh, you guys didn't know that I died on the Titanic in a past life? Well, now you do.


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