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Funny and Creative Epitaphs

Funny and Creative Epitaphs

Epitaphs on headstones do not always have to serious and bland. You or your loved one's personality can be conveyed with a witty, funny or creative epitaph on their headstone. If you are struggling for ideas for either a saying you want placed on your headstone or the perfect one for a loved one, looking back on some of the funniest and most creative epitaphs around may help to give you some ideas. 

Well This Sucks

Mr. Mitchell of Gloucester, VA passed away at the young age of 45. Neither he nor his family were ready for him to go and to mark the sad occasion, they had his headstone marked with the words, "Well This Sucks" which is fitting in the situation. 

I Knew This Would Happen

George W. Harris Jr. knew death was coming. After all, it is one of the certainties of life. So being the witty soul he was, he decided to have the words "I Knew This Would Happen" placed on his headstone when he passed. 

I Told You I Was Sick

William Hahn Jr. is said to have had a jokester personality in life — always running around being funny and charismatic. So when he learned he was sick and would be dying, he asked his family to have the words "I Told You I Was Sick" placed on his headstone. This is one of the more prominent funny epitaphs around. 

Mel Blanc is best known for having helped create the cartoon Looney Tunes and voicing the characters. So when he passed away, it seemed fitting that his epitaph would state "That's All Folks."

That's All Folks

Mel Blanc is best known for having helped create the cartoon Looney Tunes and voicing the characters. So when he passed away, it seemed fitting that his epitaph would state "That's All Folks." 

I Like Big Bucks and I Cannot Lie

Steven Hayworth was an avid hunter during his life. He also had a great sense of humor. So his epitaph was perfect for him. It plays on the Sir Mix-a-lot song that we are familiar with, but instead of butts, it says "I Like Big Bucks and I Cannot Lie.

I'd Rather Be Reading This

Esther Freer decided that she would rather be above ground reading her headstone than below it when she decided to have the words "I'd Rather Be Reading This" placed on her headstone. We are sure her family feels the same way. 

If your loved one has passed away, Northside Chapel Funeral Directors and Crematory can help you with the burial, cremation, and funeral. We know that this is a hard time in your life, but we are here to make it as easy as possible. Contact us today and let's sit down together and discuss your loved one's final wishes and how we can help you through the process.