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Gordon Browns Epitaph...

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Credit to Shrink Proof for the following on this thread: http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...15&start=15

Some years back The Guardian ran a competition for the best epitaph for her (Thatcher) gravestone.

Second placed was:- "Here lies Margaret Hilda Thatcher. This space licensed for singing & dancing"

But the outright winner was this:-

"Here lies Margaret Hilda Thatcher.

To read epitaph, insert 50 pence."

The Question:

What would Gordon Brown's epitaph be?

(Off topic I know - but could be pleasssssse keep it here for a while to see if we get any funnies? Thank you).

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I don't accept that I'm dead.

I have a job to do and I am going to get on with it...

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You are too late, Gordon has actually been dead for the last 15 years, he's been operated by Keith Harris in a 'weekend at bernies' style arrangement. It explains the rictus smile and the smell and everything.

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"Here lies Gordon P. Brown... Prudence was his middle name but sadly not a part of his policies."

No More Boom and Bu..

gger.

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I don't accept that I'm dead.

I have a job to do and I am going to get on with it...

I lol'd :lol:

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Here lies the best example of a economist who practised his science.

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His death was the result of the problems which started in America..........

Here lies Gordon Brown.....no change there then

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