Spaghetti Humor


(Jack Burns) #1

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(alk0) #2


(ENNIOO) #3

Just come across this one:


(Tigrero) #4

Not specifically Spaghetti but I have always thought this was quite neat. From a book called “A Small Book Of Grave Humour” which has a collection of interesting epitaphs.

On a tombstone in a place called Tombstone, Arizona. Lester Moore was a Wells Fargo agent who was shot in an argument over a consignment.

[center]HERE[/center]
[center]LIES[/center]
[center]LESTER MOORE[/center]
[center]FOUR SLUGS[/center]
[center]FROM A 44[/center]
[center]NO LES[/center]
[center]NO MORE[/center]

Dont we have a resident Tombstone resident (CC)? Perhaps you may be able to throw some more light on this one.


(Chris_Casey) #5

[quote=“Tigero, post:4, topic:698”]Not specifically Spaghetti but I have always thought this was quite neat. From a book called “A Small Book Of Grave Humour” which has a collection of interesting epitaphs.

On a tombstone in a place called Tombstone, Arizona. Lester Moore was a Wells Fargo agent who was shot in an argument over a consignment.

[center]HERE[/center]
[center]LIES[/center]
[center]LESTER MOORE[/center]
[center]FOUR SLUGS[/center]
[center]FROM A 44[/center]
[center]NO LES[/center]
[center]NO MORE[/center]

Dont we have a resident Tombstone resident (CC)? Perhaps you may be able to throw some more light on this one. [/quote]

Yes, indeed! That is an actual epitaph on an actual grave in the Boot Hill Cemetery in historic Tombstone, Arizona. There are many, many other unintentionally (and intentionally) funny epitaphs on graves in Boot Hill; but, the Lester Moore one is probably the most famous.


(Tigrero) #6

Cheers for that. Have always wondered if it was a real epitaph or some made up bullshite. Very satisfying to find it is true. I’ve heard of Boot Hill Cemetry but khow nothing about it. I will investigate. It sounds interesting.