hahaha....the fuck off seagulls had to be Scottish!
Huw’s bench wins the day for me! Priceless!
Ha ha - too funny. I am hoping for a pyramid too!
That last one! How sad. There was a very old cemetery next to my places in Bucks County when I lived there. The stones were so old they were either worn on the words and dates or split in half like this one.And I once posted about a bench memorial I sat on one day at the lake where I'd run. People could have memorial benches placed in memory of loved ones. I sat at one, where the guy in memory was one, I'd slept with many times!! never saw it till I sat down, and then didn't even know he was dead. It was a moment.
Keep collecting these - inspiration for the future.
So funny! Seriously, I love to look at gravestones in cemeteries. Some of the carving and statues are very beautiful. It's quiet there too and man, I am needing quiet these days!
That was big of "Yes John I knew" to even given him a stone and WOW!, Mistress Maddie. Of all the benches you could have come across. Just WOW!
Maddie's comment is interesting. My all-time favorite grave is in Springfield, Illinois, in the same cemetery as Lincoln's tomb. It was Mr. Accordion. I don't remember his real name, but apparently he was known as Mr. Accordion for his prowess on the instrument. The side of the large stone had a keyboard and the top listed some of his accomplishments. He was a vet so I always saluted him. Love,Janie
As someone who finds it fascinating to wander around graveyards filled with interesting tombs, strangely I am not bothered having one myself.
These are all so good. The one, "sit here and shout "Fuck off!" at the seagulls" made me laugh.
Huw's bench is funny, but it's just providing an eternal spot for the gulls to bother Huw the way they always wanted to! 💩💩💩💩💩
Some one did find Waldo!
We all gotta go, so why not make it funny. :D
These are great! I think the bench plaques could apply to several people I know. Mistress Maddie - amazing synchronicity!
The last one is probably a cruel prank by kids in times gone by.
Oh my lol. Some very funny, memorials I especially liked the seagulls and the adulterer lol
These tombstones or plates are so hilarious
Can't decide which I liked more - I was hoping for a pyramid or Yes John, I knew.
A bit early for New Mexico where the "Day of the Dead" is a big deal...November 2 ( related to the Catholic "All Souls Day"). Sorry I've been so distracted lately with health and other things, I haven't checked in too often.
LMAOOOh, wait. why all those Tinder matches???Also, ... but not forgotten.I cackled.XOXO
What inscription would be on your hypothetical tombstone, Debra?
@ Old Lurker -- I don't plan on having a tombstone but if I did, I think I'd put "Resting In Eternity."
Rest in hilarious peace. Especially liked the pyramid one.
On mine I'd like "Do Not Disturb" or "Sssh! she's sleeping"
oh dear wasn't expected that how can people say all this to those who can't respond anymore interesting and shocking dear Debra HUGS
How wonderful - and honest! I understand the f*ck off one is not a real one but who cares?
These are all great. I remember seeing one that said something like: I told you I was sick! 😳😜
Not in a creepy way, but I love old cemeteries and headstones."Yes John, I knew" is perfection.
Loved these , amusing…on a sad day I needed that
What an hilarious bunch for tombstones Debra.Looks like I'll be heading off to the cemetery soon and see if I can find some quirky tombstones.Thanks, as always for the laugh my friend.Peggy xxxx
This former English teacher much approves of Billee Reed's tombstone, haha.
ha, ha, love the John and Barbara ones!
dee mum wantz a pyramid too
May you lie in peace, dear Billy Robbins Wood. As a native speaker, I have always had trouble with that verb, and I probably said it wrong. I just came here to thank you for your help and kindness. I don't know what you were like, but i can see that you were loved. I hope to carry it on.
I think it was John Wesley Hardin's tombstone that read, He never shot anyone that didn't need killin'I like the seagull bench. For those of you who like to haunt graveyards, there is an app you can download where people ask for pictures of particular gravestones. You set it for your local and they really appreciate it if you find one.
ha ha love it
@ CorvusCorax12 -- So lovely to have a visit from you again! I hope you are well.
I have chosen not to dieLet's see how well that works out for me 🤩
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