Logically, Esther would much rather be the one reading her headstone than lying under it. But then again, so would everyone else in that situation.
Let’s hope Esther is reading from a far better place. And that her 66 years of life were filled with wonderful things.
The Chocolate Lover
We don't know who this person was, but if they were still alive, they'd definitely be our best friend. How could you not love someone that adores chocolate enough to inscribe a dedication for it on their headstone?!
Hopefully, this person is in a place filled with endless chocolate fountains and they are finally able to eat all they want without gaining a pound!
The One and Only
It's not surprising that a creative genius (and self-critical writer) like Billy Wilder chose to have something like this written on his headstone. One of the greatest cinematic legends of Hollywood's Golden Age, Wilder certainly knew how to end things with style.
It's OK Billy, we all have our flaws.
Jed and his Harley
Somewhere in New Mexico lie the remains of Jed Hall, the man who was enough of a badass to be buried with his beloved Harley Davidson, and never caught by the cops!
He definitely left a good legacy behind - those kids definitely have a talent for rhyming.
Don't Forget the Tablets
As you can probably guess, Leonard was an English taxi driver (who obviously loved his job), and apparently, a pretty great guy. Even after death he's still making sure everyone takes their tablets! Did you spot the circle-shaped photo of good old Len at the bottom right corner? Love this guy.
Usually, headstones are written by family and friends to honor the deceased, but Leonard decided he would do the opposite. And we're loving it - why not take the opportunity to use a sad event and use it to thank all the people that made your life better? Imagine how nice each visitor must feel when they visit.