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Get Buried in Style

8/31/2006 1:25 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

UONO CoffinThey say nothing is certain in life but death and taxes. But, even if you do land that offshore account in the Cayman islands, there's still the cold hand of death to attend to eventually. So, why not go out in style?

German company UONO is glamming up the graveyard with a new line of caskets which not only bare a striking resemblance to the torpedo Spock was shot out into space with, but it's environmentally friendly as well. Unlike the vulcan hero, the future deceased can choose their final resting box from a wide variety of colors, ranging from Pigeon Blue to Fir Green. While taking that long dirt nap, occupants will be happy to know the casket is completely bio-degradable. Which means no messy cleanup 20 years down the road.

We're thinking this ecologically sound casket is perfect for certain "green" celebrities like George Clooney, Tim Robbins, Alicia Silverstone and Leonardo DiCaprio.

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stoopit    

it looks like a giant Vitamin E tablet.

2792 days ago
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yasodic    

Wow, I cant wait to die, I am going to look so good, especially to all my trekkie friends!!

2792 days ago
3.

Lou    

who cares?

2792 days ago
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the only one that matters    

The website is very vague about what it is made of.
People! Its made of PEEEEEOOOOPLE!!!

2792 days ago
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Puh der Baer    

All I wanna know is, can we get one fitted for Skanko Hilton, and get her right into it???

2792 days ago
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kathryn    

This is very scary........

2792 days ago
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Jaclynn    

It's made of people?!? Seriously? I like how it says like "What is this made of" "Um, renewable.. primary.. resources..."

2792 days ago
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JP3    

hehehe add a see thru bubble on top and i can fly around like George Jetson

2792 days ago
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coco puff    

Why spend the money? Just have your family throw your ass in a ditch and cover it up. You can't get much more biodegradable than that!

2792 days ago

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