In most cases wills aren't funny documents, they're papers full of jargon that remind us of the inevitability of death and the fact that even in death, money is a factor. But occasionally, people break the mold and get truly creative with what they leave to whom, and how they word those delineations.
After all, the will is yours to mold, so you can get as petty or outrageous as you want within legal possibility. The only downside is you won't get to see the look on everyone's face as you troll them last one time, but some things are best left to observe from the abyss of the afterlife.
In a popular Reddit thread, lawyers shared the funniest and pettiest wills they've drafted for clients, and it proves that even death can't stop you from getting the last laugh.
My professor just said that he had someone in the early 80's that left his three sons and grandsons his extensive baseball card collection. It seemed normal when my professor first heard of it but then he was a handed a handwritten chart that had several hundred cards listed with the name of the recipient and why that person was getting the card. "I leave this pitcher to bobby because bobby can't throw worth a damn."