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trying to come up with names and epitaths to put on my tombstones I'm building right now. Is it too evil to use the names of the family that we bought the house from?
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I'm seriously jealous of this idea. For my tombstones, I used the names of my friends and family, and of course myself. But man, something like that would've given them so much extra oomph!

That being said, it is a pretty evil idea. But I'd still do it.
 

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If you know them well enough to be sure they would'nt have a problem with it, or better yet just ask them. Most people would'nt care, but!, some people can be a little funny about stuff like that ( not ha ha funny ) It would be the polite thing to do and insure there were no hard feelings about it. And it would'nt diminish the effect and they might enjoy it. Little things are easy to ask about and can be harder to expane later.
 

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Tombstone names

We've used:

H.P. Lovecraft
Tom Riddle
Edgar Allen Poe
Lizzie Borden
Cedric Diggory
Buffy Anne Somers
Vincent Price

We also have a collection of wooden stakes with vampire names written on them (Dracula, Angel, Spike, Lestat, Armand, Drusilla)
 

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We made a tombstone this year with Santa Claus written on it. We are planning on decorating with tinsel and putting some Xmas lights on it. I also have a Santa hat I was thinking about putting on the grave. My wife is dead set on this, I on the other hand am not for it. What do you all think? I might have to place it in a more hidden spot where adults would be more likely to see it. OR is this just too rude to display. Is this funny or just plain evil?
 

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Frankly there are to many other names or saying that you could use. Unless of coarse you enjoy watching a parent explaining to thier child that Santa is not really buried there. How about putting you wifes name on one. Remember, Halloween is for kids too.
 

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Laf! My wife already says we don't get many Trick-or-Treaters because the yard creeps all the neighbor kids out.. Maybe I can do this and get a few of their parents as well ;)
 
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