Be it studying late, waking up early, or just staying awake at midday meetings, we are all slaves to coffee. Something tells us that the person under this headstone had a pretty close relationship with those brown beans too.
The message on this super relatable headstone is everlasting as it is concise.
Jeremy Beadle was a very well-known name in English television. The presenter and producer kept entertaining the living even after his death.
His beautiful headstone is a nod to his love of books, and the tongue-in-cheek words are a nod to his love of humor, and his curated collection of amusing facts.
Found in Falmouth, Cornwall, UK, this headstone is definitely one of the most welcoming ones we’ve encountered.
Another reason why we liked it so much is that ’Greetings’ has a fancy air to it that tells us a lot about the person who chose it. Plus, it sounds so much better than a mere ’hello.’
Don’t Eat the Paste
Part of our development process as kids is putting in our mouths things that shouldn’t be there, like toys, our mom’s jewelry, or paint. When we are little, we slowly learn what’s food and what isn’t, but apparently, this unknown man hasn’t fully completed that phase in development.
In his defense, library paste is mostly made of flour and water, which under different circumstances, would have been safe to eat. However, the paste also contains alum, which could be poisonous if ingested in large quantities. At least his headstone would prevent others from making the same mistake.
Such a Drama Queen
Here is one with a dramatic flair. This person must have been making an entrance at any social gathering and had the best wardrobe with statement pieces for every occasion. Otherwise, why would their headstone have its own soundtrack?
This funny headstone is located at the Swapnool graveyard in Falmouth, Cornwall. The text on it may be very short, but it has a lot of underlying meaning. On the one hand, it’s a reminder of how abruptly life can end, and on the other, it reminds us not to take it too seriously.