Gen Zer’s tombstone was turned into a telephone

A TikToker revealed his Gen Z sister’s gravestone is made in the image of a cellphone, and viewers are praising its creativity and originality.

Video posted by @ssouthsides shows the TikToker’s family gathered at a celebration for his sister Theresa.

“My sister was like that too, why shouldn’t we do her tombstone the same way,” he wrote in his own comments section.

He clarified in the comments that she did not commit an incident of texting and driving.

In follow-up videos, @ssouthsides said his family chose this type of headstone because they strongly associated it with it and gave viewers permission to laugh.

“My sister was just on the phone the whole time,” he said. “I was pretty attached to that thing. Let me show you a real close-up of the stone.”

The iPhone headstone contains messages from her family members and spiritual inscriptions showing Theresa passed away in 2018.

Many viewers loved the idea of ​​having a lettering make them “laugh from the grave”.

“This is so cute but I would be cackling from the grave,” wrote another commenter.

“So young,” said another. “I love (although) the originality.”

“One of the most unique I’ve ever seen, may she rest in peace,” said a third.

Others commented on the phone model or joked about how the state of their own phones would become a phone tombstone.

“My iPhone tombstone would have cracked and had a pop socket on the back,” wrote one commenter.

“I see why you made it a 5E, those old models last forever,” wrote another commenter. “Symbolism and such.”

“I would have come back and followed everyone who made it possible because that’s an iPhone 6,” said another.

One of those comments came from Theresa’s brother @ssouthsides.

“This is how @apple can upgrade my sister, she still has a home button and no Face ID,” he wrote.

The Daily Dot reached out to @ssouthsides via Instagram direct message.

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*Initial publication: April 16, 2022 at 12:59 p.m. CDT

Brooke Sjoberg

Brooke Sjoberg is a freelance writer for the Daily Dot. She received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Texas at Austin in 2020.

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