The iPhone, piece of shit that it is, takes decent pictures.
"Dude, I'm so bored. How much longer do I have to sit up here? Dude."
Not a lot of the trees have changed yet, making the ones that have all the more striking.
Am I the only one disturbed by the fact that THE TOPS OF THESE MAUSOLEUMS HAVE CLEARLY BEEN MOVED?!? Be prepared, folks.
How the hell is he supposed to rest in peace if he has a perpetual light shining on him? Do you know how annoying that is?
He was 2 fast and 2 furious for this world.
"Hold on, nobody move, I dropped my contact lens you guys. Everybody help me look for it."
They hated each other so much they had their monuments built facing one another so they could give each other the stinkeye for all eternity.
"Asleep in Jesus" is the creepiest way to describe "dead" I've ever heard.
"Jeremiah 29:11 We are not strangers to love, thou knowest the rules as I do. A full commitment is my fevered dream, thou would not findeth such affections in another lover. Never will I surrender thee, never will I disappoint, never will I run, nor wouldst I desert thou." Epic.
I'll admit, when looking at the graves of the people of Waco, Texas, I did not expect to come across someone named Ghodratollah Khozein.
On the surface, an elaborate mausoleum seems grandiose, but really you are essentially being buried in a tool shed.
THIS IS HALLOWEEN, THIS IS HALLOWEEN, PUMPKINS SCREAM IN THE DEAD OF NIGHT!
This guy figured out how to bore people even from beyond the grave. Also, bonus points for dropping the phrases "joie de vivre" and "noblesse oblige" like it's no big deal.
I don't know if it's sweet or dickish to memorialize your beloved wife with an anchor.
One yellow tree.
If you live in Waco, you should check out Oakwood Cemetery, off LaSalle. You won't be disappointed.