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If you've come up blank after wracking your brain to come up with creative epitaphs to put up your tombstones these may be just what you need. Some of these are from actual tombstones. These are listed with the location of the cemetery if known in parentheses after the epitaph. Here Lies Nate He brought my daughter home, Way too late! Remember friends as you pass by that all mankind was born to die, so let your cares on Christ be cast that you may dwell with him at last submitted by: Josh, Crowell Cemetery, GA. Ian Rowlins - You're standing on my face!
Often a funny epitaph is only four lines long. Here lies the body of Izzy Dunn-Eaton. He tasted the school cafeteria food and Izzy Dunn-Eaton done died. The story in this poem exaggerates how awful the cafeteria food tastes.
Unless you get cremated and your ashes end up in an ugly urn, your remains get a grave, and together with it — the last opportunity to entertain those who drop by for a visit. From a delicious fudge recipe to an unapologetic joke about religion, these people are the non-living examples of the right attitude. Scroll down to check out the deadly funny gravestones and vote for your favorite ones! Gerri Gray.