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What are some witty tombstone sayings?

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Some witty tombstone sayings include ���I told you that I was sick!��� and ���I came into this world without my consent and left in the same manner.��� The first saying comes from a tombstone in a Georgia cemetery, and the second is engraved on a tombstone in Tennessee.

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What are some witty tombstone sayings?
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Some witty tombstone sayings reference the deceased individual's religious beliefs. For example, a tombstone in Maryland reads, ���Here lies an Atheist, all dressed up and no place to go.��� Others might poke fun at a person's lifestyle choices. In Georgia, there is a tombstone that says, ���Here lies the father of 29. He would have had more but he didn't have time.���

Typically, witty tombstone sayings rhyme in some capacity. For example, a tombstone in England says, ���Here lies the body of Margaret Bent, she kicked up her heels and away she went.��� Another example is an Arizona tombstone that says, ���Here lays Butch. We planted him raw. He was quick on the trigger but slow on the draw.���

Headstones and tombstones typically include important Information about the deceased, such as the person's birth date, year of death and name. Some tombstones also include a personal message, witty saying or prayer carved into the stone.

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