Unfortunate Gravestones

Manzy

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#1


SEE YA!!!!



WHAT THE ????




IT'S HIS LOSS... LOSS



I HOPE THAT'S NOT WHAT KILLED HER



HE WAS???



DO YOU KNOW JAKSHITZ HE DIED
 

Manzy

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ONE WOULD WONDER



HOW NICE LOL



NO IT CAN'T BE



USED TO BE



THAT'S WHY THEY BURY YOU



YA THINK!



THERE WAS A WEE MAN,
WHO HAD A WEE WIFE,
THEY HAD TWO WEE CHILDREN,
AND A LONG WEE LIFE.
 

Manzy

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NAH, I'M MORE OF A.....





BUMMER!!!



THAT WOULD BE YOU



YUMMY!



OH YES!



BIG TIME!!!



I'M SURE IT WAS



ZZZZ TROUBLE!!! PERHAPS GERMAN



BORN A LOSER, DIED A LOSER



THAT SOUNDS ABOUT RIGHT



SO LONG LEOPOLD



THE POOR DUMFART IS GONE
 

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Here lies my wife
Here let her lie
Now she has peace
And so do I

She caught a chill
while picking peas
in the rain and died
I told you I was sick!

Here lies Lester Moore
Four slugs from a forty-four
No Les, No Moore

In loving memory of Ellen Shannon, aged 25
Who was accidentally burned March 21, 1870
By the explosion of a lamp filled with R.E. Danforth’s Non-explosive burning fluid

Here lies an atheist
All dressed up and
No place to go

Here lays Butch
We planted him raw
He was quick on the trigger
But slow on the draw

She lived with her husband fifty years
And died in the confident hope of a better life.

In Memory of Beza Wood
Departed this life Nov. 2, 1837 Aged 45 yrs.
Here lies one Wood
Enclosed in wood
One Wood within another
The outer wood is very good
We cannot praise the other

Sacred to the memory of my husband John Barnes who died January 3, 1803
His comely young widow
aged 23, has many qualifications of a good wife
and yearns to be comforted

Ann Mann
Here lies Ann Mann
Who lived an old maid
But died an old Mann
Dec. 8, 1767

Harry Edsel Smith
Born 1903–Died 1942
Looked up the elevator shaft
to see if the car was on
the way down
It was

Honey you don’t know
what you did for me
Always playing the lottery
The numbers you picked
came in to play
Two days after you passed away
For this
a huge monument I do erect
For now I get a yearly check
How I wish you were alive
For now we are worth 8.5
(Actual epitaph of Elizabeth Rich, Eufala, Alabama)

Under the sod
Under the trees
Lies the body of
Bolivar Peas
Peas ain’t here
Only the pod
Peas shelled out
and went home to God​
 

brilor

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[QUOTE="TakinMyLyfeBack, post: 3501873]Dumbfart???? No one told me Koni had passed?????? :hehehaha:[/QUOTE]

No Koni is bumfart!
 

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From the headstone of John Penny, Wimborne, Dorset.
 

Manzy

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[QUOTE="kipper, post: 3506023][jimg]165m/z3/Q/v/n/a/a.aaa.jpg[/jimg][/QUOTE]

:funny: :funny:
 

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Was he a pianist or did one fall on him?
 

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[QUOTE="konifur, post: 3530671]did we have a thread like this in the other place bamber?[/QUOTE]

I believe there was something along the same lines there, yes.