Great comedy never dies. Look no further for proof than these recently deceased folks whose obituaries reminded the world not to sulk but rather to smile as they departed the realm of the living.
This would be an epic way to go.
John really loved that last damn Bond movie.
This family has the absolute best nicknames.
This man is my hero. Period.
Douglas wasn’t exactly one for small talk, or words at all really.
The bacon jokes were as good in death as I’m sure they were in life.
I feel as bad for Waffle House as I do for this woman’s family.
This man knows what I’ve always believed, which is that farts will never cease to be hilarious.
Somehow you know Cleveland fans would blow that effort too.
Read this fireman’s full obituary RIGHT HERE for a good chuckle.
If you can’t laugh at yourself, others will do it for you.
That’s one way to dodge an unsettling election turnout. Well played, Mary Anne.
When exactly can we turn this man’s life into a movie? I’ll watch it opening night.
So take that, New York Times!!!
He had me at “ladies man, game slayer, and outlaw.” I’d happily raise a glass of whiskey in his honor.
Her last wish was to include a quote from her favorite movie. Mission accomplished??
Relax, it happens to us all sooner or later. So to quote Jack Nicholson’s Joker, “if you gotta go, go with a smile.”