Twitter users have embraced the inevitable with the hashtag, #obityourself. People have been known to write their own obituaries before they pass, and it always helps to inject some fun into the usually somber memorial of one's life. After all, there are only three certain things in this world: death, taxes, and silly hashtag games.
Switch everything about Prince was a genius with "Joe Machi was a genius" and stuff about an overdose with "duel over insult."#ObitYourself— Joe Machi (@joemachi) April 27, 2016
She just wanted snacks and wine and for everyone to be interested in her pets. #ObitYourself— Kate E. Queram (@KateElizabethNR) April 27, 2016
"She died as she lived; drunk and improperly operating an unlicensed matter transporter." #ObitYourself— LL Pool K 🍺 (@pixelkitties) April 27, 2016
#ObitYourself— Tish Eastman (@L8chronotype) April 27, 2016
She didn't let her fear of heights stop her from rock climbing in Yosemite. Good news/bad news.
#ObitYourself He always considered himself to be dead funny. At least now he's half right.— The Axe Falls (@TheAxeFalls) April 27, 2016
Poor thing fell into a vat of varnish and drowned.— darksidedeb (@darksidedeb) April 27, 2016
She had a terrible death, but a lovely finish. #ObitYourself
#ObitYourself— Math Man (@math_tagger) April 27, 2016
In lieu of flowers, please send wine to his wife. That is much more practical and necessary.
Bring this obituary to Olive Garden for 20% off any appetizer #ObitYourself— Jared Montana (@Jarmadillos) April 27, 2016
#ObitYourself died of smoke inhalation after burning another bridge— Bess Marvin (@bess_mar) April 27, 2016
She said she was dying for a cup of coffee and she wasn't kidding, for once. #ObitYourself— CK (@charley_ck14) April 27, 2016
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to companies involved in trying to clone dinosaurs. #obityourself— RaspberryRex (@RaspberryRex) April 27, 2016
#ObitYourself— Matt Finish (@Roddy_MacEw) April 27, 2016
Frustration with autocorrect finally took its toll and he died from a train aneurysm.
#ObitYourself— WhoBrannigan (@WhoBrannigan) April 27, 2016
Despite the results of an Internet poll, the deceased has requested to NOT be renamed "Deathy McDeathface".