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By Max Miller
Sep 19, 2012
Death is never funny. But that doesn't mean your tombstone can't be. This is a collection of some of the funniest tombstones that we could round up.
It's too bad his favorite board game wasn't "The Game of Life."
The famous comedic actor from "Airplane!" and the "Naked Gun" series knew how to leave 'em laughing.
Looks like someone enjoyed getting the last word.
Us too. They're everywhere.
Why take up all that space with a name and dates when you can fill it with comedy gold?
Bet you all feel like idiots for spending your childhoods trying to find him.
The truth about atheism.
It's almost like this last name was made up specifically to end up on a tombstone someday.
Merv Griffin knew how to make an exit.
This cellphone is made of marble and it still has fewer dropped calls than an AT&T phone.
It would probably have been best to bury each Butt separately.
These two tombstones seem to be competing for worst last names.
Oh, that Mohammad. You were never 100-percent sure about anything with that guy.
Who says there's no parking in LA?
Wayne and Garth would be proud.
This should be written on every tombstone.
Well, not anymore.
2002? This poor guy was probably still using a dial-up connection.
I'd want to die too if this was my last name.
There it is. Proof that funk is dead.
"Actually, it's pronounced 'oz-mahn.' It's French."
Jack Lemmon in his final role.
Welp, you've all just been given permission.
You have to be thrilled to be dead after going through life with a name like this.
Same goes for this one.
Some George W's aren't completely clueless.
This is what happens when the two things people know about you were that you were cranky and loved word-search puzzles.
Judging by this setup, this person died quite a long time ago.
I can't even (nor do I want to) imagine what you could've possibly done in your lifetime to earn a tombstone like this.
Just a reminder...
The most politically incorrect tombstone belongs to a dog.
The man of 1,000 voices ends this gallery perfectly.
The Scrabble tombstone is very cute. Mr. Ebbighausen's family must miss him quite a bit.
Pacman one has got to be photoshopped.. that looks like a military cemetery, and I doubt they would allow that. Shadow looks off anyway.
I have the same computer set-up at work. for real
Some were not funny at all. Others were great. As for Leslie Neisen, you forgot to mention that he was a pretty good dramatic actor before he turned to comedy.