Rudy

9 Touching Epitaphs Ancient Greeks And Romans Wrote For Their Deceased Dogs →

sadybusiness:

Aside from the general SADFACE EMOTICON and I NEVER WANT TO THINK ABOUT THIS EVER feelings this article inspired, I will note that the best epitaph is clearly “[Myia] never barked without reason, but now he is silent." This is because, in addition to being a moving epitaph, it also reads like an extremely passive-aggressive note to the neighbors. 

wearitcounts:

ishipanarmada:

batmanlockedmeinthetardis:

thisrohirrimisnoman:

1reasonand1reasonolny:

harryriles:

"what are you reading?"

"its a…online book."

"oh cool, what’s it about?"

"….uh…."

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I love that everyone just knows

Or…alternately:

"what are you writing?"

"it’s a….story."

"oh cool, what’s it about?"

"…uh…"

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"can i read it?"

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grandmafupa:

Painfully average looking with a great sense of humor and always down to get drunk



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