When somebody dies, the only thing we remember are their last words which are mostly sad.
But people forget the sad sayings and remember the hilarious ones. If something is written on the tombstone then it is expected that his words will be read and remembered for a long time.
The pictures which we are going to show are tombstones of those who were not that famous but their words are engraved and depict their sense of humor. These words include pun, jokes, and afterlife warnings. These people have set an example for us not to take everything seriously. Their right attitude will make their sense of humor live forever.
#1 Grave of Gay Vietnam veteran
#2 Can you read this?
#3 When you see this suddenly while passing by graveyard
#4 Was hoping for a pyramid and got this tombstone
#5 Four daughter’s and one bathroom, yet there was no fight
#6 This caught my attention while visiting my grandmother’s grave
#7 They do not have such occasions or religious events
#8 Kay’s Fudge recipe, She might be a cook
#9 He or she might have loved the school stationary so much
#10 Finally found a place to park in George town
#11 Here’s the end “That’s all folks”
#12 Apologies for not waking up
#13 Says that he will never be right back after you read this message on his Tombstone
#14 Do not disturb, he is sleeping
#15 A hidden message on the tombstone which is indeed hilarious
#16 Shifted here without asking anyone
#17 She always complained about her painful feet and no one paid attention to it
#18 This is hilarious of them all as if he has taken death so lightly
#19 Deep down her grave she can see people and especially the dumb ones
#20 This tombstone was seen at a local cemetery and is a perfect combination and upon that they are too close to each other Burger and Fries
We are sure that these tombstones might have changed your traditional perspectives towards death, they have taught us to enjoy not only the worldly life but the eternal as well. Leave a good impact of yours.
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