There are plenty of people who have added some fun pranks to their wills. Maybe it’s because they wanted to get their family and friends without a way to get them back, or maybe they just wanted to spread laughter one last time. This person has elected to have a mysterious dark-suited man to notify all the beneficiaries to, as far as we can tell, add some spooky mystery to the proceedings.
That’s all, no other reason. This person is also going to give a middle school friend a cool ten bucks, for what appears to be no reason whatsoever.
The Joke's on Them
There's nothing like leaving a joke for people that will come after you. You might not get to see the results, but you know something good is going to happen. It's like sending laughter into the world, but you have no idea where it will land. This person wanted her remains to be spring-loaded to deliver a classic Hammer Films scare to people who might end up digging him or her up.
Of course, burials and funerals are already quite expensive, so there's a stipulation about money to just cremate in case funds wouldn't cover it. We'd love to be there to see this happen, but we doubt it will be any time soon.
The Feeling's Mutual, Buddy
Now, the story says the relationship was toxic, but this seems less like toxicity and more like a love-hate relationship. Of course, we don't have the whole story, so there's a very good chance that this relationship was quite toxic. The friend laughed, but maybe he was just being wistful about his deceased family member, no matter what their relationship was like when both were alive.
Fifteen grand is a nice amount, but tickets to hell come at a higher price. And then after all the River Styx and gates of Pandemonium and stuff like that, he'd have to fight his uncle. Is it really worth it?
Garbage in, Garbage Out
The dad might have spent eighteen years telling this will-writer to take out the garbage, but it looks like he or she is going to have the last laugh. Fathers and children don't always get along, but this seems like there is some extra backstory. We'd love to know it, but alas.
It's interesting that this person thinks the father will live longer than he or she will, but it might just be part of covering all the bases. What would make this even better is to fill the kitchen trash can with the grossest, stinkiest stuff if you know your time has come.
Read the Fine Print
All of the details of this will are quite in-depth and complicated, but it displays a certain amount of wit, humanity, and cheeriness on the part of the grandmother. She left a treasured beer recipe to one of the granddaughters since she has the best penmanship.
She also left some extra instructions to that same granddaughter, stating that she should reduce the potency of the recipe due to the uncle's desire for a strong drink. Uncle Teddy was, the story goes on to say, still there to hear the statement, and had a good laugh about it.