Dead funny: a stroll around Highgate Cemetery

All the Graves in one grave

All the Graves in one grave

Awkward.

Awkward. Henry edgesĀ it in the popularity stakes

For one terrible moment I read this as Arnold LinkedIn

For one terrible moment I read this as Arnold LinkedIn

Well, he SAID he was a poet

Bernard was a ‘poet’

A man of men! Who did not yield! Grrrr! Middle name Marion

A man of men! Who did not yield! Grrrr! Middle name Marion

‘Wake up!’

‘The name’s Green, Green Green.’

The master copywriter. I left him a pen. Sorry, typo: I lent him a pen

The master storyteller. Found a nice Edding 55 in the little box

A life in words. Makes a change from ‘RIP’

*snigger*

No mournful euphemisms for Patrick Caulfield. He dead.

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3 responses to “Dead funny: a stroll around Highgate Cemetery

    • bravenewmalden

      Ha! I once saw a photo in a London pub of a pair of gravestones, each bearing the name WANKER. Henry J and Ethel, or whoever. It was taken in Canada, IIRC. Never been able to track it down on the internet, although it’s got to be there somewhere.

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