I bet all of his "new friends" had coolers full of beer and a satellite dish tuned to Nascar. Check out the sponsor included on the car - seems strange to me that only one made it on there. I mean, have you seen how much crap they plaster all over those cars*?
Also, I really want to switch those stones around to say "love always". Personal choice.
I apologize for the delay in wreck posting. There was an issue with Blogger and I couldn't get in to create additional wrecky goodness. Please accept this bonus photo as my gift to you all.
Jason and I were tomb hunting a few weeks back and as we strolled through the cemetery, I couldn't shake the feeling that we were being watched. I looked up across the fence and to my delight, I laid my eyes upon this:
I guess he really is always watching. Somehow I thought he'd be taller.
Here it is folks, after all that tomb hunting over the long weekend, I'm sharing the first featured reader submission wreck. That's right, after finding a boat load of wrecky goodness, I've chosen to not share any of them today. Some may call me lazy, others may call me stupid; I call this wreck fantastic.
Thanks to Ryan R., a man who does not need killing.
Tomb wrecks are real tombstones that make us laugh. No photoshop work is done here (except to cover the names of the victims). We know death can be a touchy subject, and no disrespect is intended. We view this as the lighter side of the other side. While we welcome your photo submissions, we absolutely do not condone trespassing or damaging grave markers. Don't wreck a potential wreck! :o)