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What do you want to have written on your Tombstone?

Vanessa28

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Nope, not a joke thread. Very often you see text written on Tombstones like: In loving memory of [insert name]. And you also see bible quotes or whatever. But what would YOU like to have written on your Tombstone? Or you rather not have a Tombstone?
Personally I don't care about a Tombstone. It's a lot of money and a waste of it as well. If there has to be something written on my Tombstone I just want it to be a quote like Game Over . And no, I'm not joking
 
I've not actually thought about it. I'll probably get cremated and scattered somewhere and not have a tombstone.

If I could have a tombestone and cost be damned I would really like something light hearted. I wouldn't want my funeral to be depressing either.

So I'd have a Kirby song or something jolly during the service and on my tombstone maybe "died trying to live forever".
 

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I hope to live long enough to live forever. So long enough for the technology to arrive to make me immortal. Therefore I hope I don't have to die. Still this is not necessarily going to be the way things turn out so I am going to change my name to Arnold just in case death is on the cards and then have it in my will that the words 'I won't be back' should be written on my tombstone.
 
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In really tiny lettering, so they have to kneel to read it, I want, "You are standing on a land mine."
 

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Well, I guess a tombstone would not be the best choice after all. Instead, I would like my body parts scattered throughout in different mansions, guarded by undead friends of mine, waiting to be reunited during my resurrection.

If I were to have writing on a tombstone though, I would choose, something like:

Here lies (my real name)
(my date of birth) - (my date of death)
"
I don't wanna go! Please! Please! I don't wanna go! I don't wanna go!... Sorry."

 

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I’ve not given it much thought but something funny would be good.

Spike Milligan’s gravestone says “I told you I was ill” and the guy who voiced Bugs Bunny has his catchphrase “that’s all folks”. I’d love to have something like that.
 

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