The harsh fact is, death is a certainty in life. We can't dodge it, but we can be prepared when our time comes. Writing an epitaph is a way to express sorrow as well as joy. For some individuals, dying is their last opportunity to bring a smile to people's faces with a humorous epitaph. Our catalogue showcases a variety of funny tombstones that will stay amusing until the end of days.
The Couple That Laughs Together
A funny phrase, "I told you I was sick," is inscribed on one of these tombstones.Going one step further, her response was, "And I was sick of hearing it."
"Well, This Sucks"
Succinct, precise, and direct - this is an opinion that is undeniably sound.
Merv Griffin Never Lost His Sense of Humor
Merv Griffin, the respected gameshow host, went out laughing. “I will not be back after this message," his headstone honestly affirmed.
Neither Did Rodney Dangerfield
Rodney Dangerfield, the memorable comic, uttered the droll remark, "There goes the neighborhood."
Simply Not Bothered
"Oh well what ever." When the age of 81 finally struck, it was time for Lola to decide on the words for her headstone; though, it seemed empty of sagacious comments.
"I Was Hoping For a Pyramid"
This guy's dreams were grand. Alas, a modest granite headstone will have to suffice in place of a magnificent sepulcher. Wishing you luck in your future endeavours!
"That's All, Folks"
Mel Blanc was the man of 1,000 voices, having created characters like Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Daffy Duck, and Porky Pig. It is only fitting that he chose to paraphrase one of the iconic sayings of one of his beloved creations for his swan song.
What's So Funny?
It's likely the initials were just intended to honour the deceased, yet it creates the impression that they have passed away in merriment.
Another Round of Giggles
Wayne and Garth, an iconic duo from "Wayne's World", would undoubtedly glow with pride.
Don't Forget the Fine Print
You must get close to the headstone in order to make out its words. Once you draw near, you can read, "If you can read this you're standing on my boobs."
Now That's Saying Something
"Raised four beautiful daughters with only one bathroom and still there was love." Even though there likely was squabbling, let us reflect back on the fondness.
A Dedicated Golfer to the End
At the end of his life, this golfer etched "Finally a hole in one" onto his headstone -- a hilarious send off befitting of the person.
Once a Computer Geek, Always a Computer Geek
Only an I.T. guy could think to get in a geeky technology pun.
"Now I know something you don't." Ideal for someone who desires to have the last giggle and the last statement.
Practical and Delicious
It's amusing that the inscription on this lady's headstone is her fudge recipe, but its footnote is what showcases her delightful personality: "Wherever she goes, there's laughter."
I See What You Did There
Having a name like "Yeast," it's probable that you're familiar with all the jokes that come along with it. Embrace them - better to join than to try and resist them.
Ouija Board Headstone
Ideal for those who loathe farewells.
Well, When You Put It That Way
"I came here without being consulted and I leave without my consent." This encapsulates the human experience entirely.
Shrugging It Off
She doesn't seem notably upset about it, right? Death is nothing more than another thing to accomplish.
Told Ya So
"She always said her feet were killing her but nobody believed her." You should have believed her from the start - she spoke nothing but the truth.
Where Exactly Are You?
This gag is a bit... bleak.
You Got That Right
It's a reasoned assertion!