Epitaphs

I’m sure you may be wondering what in the heck Epitaphs are doing on this blog. People are asking.

This isn’t really my page. It is Dearest Beloved’s page. He has a non-traditional sense of humor. Coming up with witty epitaphs, palindromes, and other word plays is one of my husband’s many talents.

Here is one for today, July 22, 2012:

“I thought, therefore I was.” – Dead Philosopher.

Stay tuned.

August 1, 2012:

To be or not to be is no longer the question.” – Dead English Playwright.

August 8, 2012:

“I was wrong, God does play dice, although roulette is his favorite.” – Dead Physicist.

August 15, 2012:

“Why don’t you come down sometime n’ see me?” – Dead Buxom Blonde Movie Actress.

August 22, 2012:

“Ask not what your cemetery can do for you – ask what you can do for your cemetery.” *  – Dead American President.

*Courtesy of Steven D.

***Summer Break***

September 8, 2012:

“I thought I’d be board, but I’m knot.” – Dead Carpenter.

September 28, 2012:

“Feta Accomplis.” – Dead Cheesemaker.

October 15, 2012:

DB has decided to post a puzzle this go-around:

Find the next letter in the series listed below. As a clue, you should know that 80% of 6th graders solved this within 5 minutes whereas a group of NASA engineers took over a day!

O T T F F S S E ?

March 20, 2013:

You don’t think DB has forgotten about these just because his wife had lapsed in posting them, do you?

“Que Syrah, Syrah. “ – Dead Vintner.

 

3 Responses to Epitaphs

  1. Speaking of epitaphs, here is the one I want on my tombstone: “I told you I was sick.”

  2. pvedesign says:

    How about “It is what it is”
    pve

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