Chelsea Thomas

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There's a Controversy Over a Tombstone with a Hidden, Profane Message


Is this harmless?? Or offensive?!

Some people are upset about a tombstone at a cemetery in Iowa, which has a hidden message. If you read the first letter of each word down the left side, it spells out an expletive. The family says it wasn't meant to offend anyone.

It says: "Forever in our hearts . . . until we meet again . . . cherished memories . . . known as . . . our son, brother . . . father, papa, uncle . . . friend and cousin." But the way the lines are set up, the first letter of each word down the left side spells out an expletive. 

The man's daughter said it was intentional, because "it was definitely his term of endearment." But she also said that they didn't mean to offend anyone else at the cemetery.

Some people are raising a stink about it, even though it wouldn't be obvious to most people who didn't know to look for it. But now that it's getting attention, it's possible that they may be forced to remove the headstone. The cemetery staff says profanity has no place where loved ones are laid to rest.

Tombstone below:


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