Subject: Death » Last words

Last words:

Humorous, ironic, satirical or just plain odd last words

I think you're right, Wyatt. I can't see a god damn thing.

(1851 – 1882) younger brother of Deputy U.S. Marshals Virgil & Wyatt Earp

It's beating – beating – beating – it's stopped.

(1708 – 1777) was a Swiss anatomist, physiologist, naturalist & poet

Now I'm oiled.  Keep me from the rats.

(1492 – 1556) Italian author, playwright, poet & satirist

Curtain! Fast music! Light! Ready for the last finale! Great! The show looks good, the show looks good!

(1867 – 1932) American Broadway impresario

Hurrah for anarchy! This is the happiest moment of my life.

(1836 – 1887) German born anarchist & labor union activist

I feel nothing except a certain difficulty in continuing to exist.

(1657 – 1757) French author

Cheerio

(c.1902 – 1941) British gangster

Utter nonsense.

(1884 – 1962) diplomat & reformer & first lady

Now I can cross the Shifting Sands.

(1856 – 1919) American author including (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz)

I will not go down to posterity talking bad grammar.

(1804 – 1881) British prime minister, politician & author

Go on, get out! Last words are for fools who haven't said enough!

(1818 – 1883) German philosopher, economist, sociologist & socialist

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

I have to set my pillows one more night… when will this end already?

(1783 – 1859) American author, essayist, biographer & historian

Gents, this is an educational project. You are about to witness the damaging effect electricity has on Wood.

(? – 1963) convicted murderer

I'll sleep well tonight.

(1863 – 1947) automobile industrialist

This is how you die.

(1883 – 1971) French fashion designer & founder of the Chanel brand

That was a great game of golf, fellas.

(1902 – 1977) American singer & actor

Is it safe?

(1824-1856) doctor & convicted multiple murderer

My work is done, why wait?

(1854 – 1932) American innovator & founder of Eastman Kodak

Waiting, are they? Waiting, are they? Well, let 'em wait!

(1738 – 1789) American farmer, businessman, writer, politician & patriot

God will forgive me. It is his profession.

(1797 – 1856) German critic & poet
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