Subject: Death » Last words

Last words:

Humorous, ironic, satirical or just plain odd last words

Can this last long?

(1650 – 1702) Dutch ruler over England & Ireland & Scotland

That picture is awful dusty.

(1847 – 1882) American outlaw, bank robber & convicted murderer

We all get the same amount of ice. The rich get it in the summer. The poor get it in the winter.

(1853 – 1921) American buffalo hunter, U.S. Marshal, Army scout, gambler, frontier lawman & newspaperman

Never drive at night.

(1834 - 1902) American manufacturer

I am starting to believe you are not intending to count me amongst your friends.

(1879 – 1936) Spanish comic playwright

Why should I talk to you? I've just been talking with your boss.

(1876 – 1933) screenwriter

You can be a king or a street sweeper, but everyone dances with the Grim Reaper.

(1953 – 1992) American career criminal & convicted murderer

Nothing more than a change of mind, my dear. I always talk better lying down.

(1751 – 1836) American statesman & politician

It has all been very interesting.

(1689 – 1762) English aristocrat & writer

Me mudder did it.

(1882 – 1928) New York businessman, gambler & kingpin of the Jewish mafia

Oh, what's the bloody point?

(1926 – 1988) English comic actor & comedian

I leave life so that I can walk into history.

(1882 – 1954) Brazilian dictator & democratically elected President

Yes, it's tough, but not as tough as doing comedy.

(1877 – 1959) English theatre & film actor

Wait a second.

(1721 – 1764) member of the French court & mistress of Louis XV

I did not know that we had ever quarreled.

(1817 – 1862) American author, poet, philosopher,, naturalist & historian

I am about to – or I am going to – die: either expression is correct.

(1628 – 1702) French grammarian

I'll sleep well tonight.

(1863 – 1947) automobile industrialist

I want that 50 bucks you owe me now, and I mean now.

Carl Switzer (1927 – 1959) American actor

Kiss my ass! You'll never find the rest!

(1942 – 1994) American serial killer & rapist

No comment.

(1927 – 1989) author, essayist & environmentalist

Ah well I suppose it has come to this… such is life.

(c.1855 – 1880) Irish Australian bushranger & outlaw

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