What where Stephens last words “battery low”
Last words of the captain of the Titanic… Where’s all this water come from??
I will never forget my grandfathers last words. “The fuck you doing whit that knife
The last words my Dad spoke before he passed was, “Honey put down the knife we were only talking about getting a divorce.”
I only remember my fathers last words before he died. He said, “Are you still holding the ladder?”
I remember grandpas last words “oh shit it’s in drive”
I’ll Never Forget My Grandfathers Last Words “STOP SHAKING THE LADDER YOU LITTLE CUNT!”
if i could make someone tell me there last words theyd say " Make me"
I’ll never forget my father’s last words…
Oh fuck, it’s a bus!
I still remember my dad’s last words "don’t worry son, Allah will be pleased"
My dad, unfortunately, passed away when we couldn’t remember his blood type… His last words to us were, “Be positive!”
I’ll never forget my aunt’s last words before she died “can you stop shaking the latter please”
a mom cows last words were to the mom cows son they were you are then died the son though that he was adopted but then 3 years later the mom cow rose from the dead and said to her son that she was going to say you were adorable then she died once more then 2 years later she rose from the dead for the last time to say to her son and that’s why we adopted you.
I still remember my granddads last words,
“Are you still holding the ladder?”
my grandpas last words were, why is there a body in my kitchen.
grandfathers last words :Stop shaking the ladder you cunt Grandmother last words : you know how to use that hammer Dads last words : Always aim before you shoot that gun Moms last words :Turn of the stove when you’re done My last thought : am I a murder
I’ll always remember my Dad’s last words before he died on 9/11…
I could never forget my grandfathers last words. “Stop shaking the ladd-”
Ill never forget my mother last words. What’s are doing with that sledge hammer
I will never forget my Grandpa’s last words, “What are you doing with that rope and saw”