Wacky Wednesday. Famous last words, well some of them.

Written by Wanda Hartzenberg with the assistance of ChatGTP.

Here are some famous last words.

Here are some famous last words, along with who said them and their purported meanings:

1. “Et tu, Brute?” – Julius Caesar
Meaning: “And you, Brutus?” – Expresses shock and betrayal upon realizing that even his close friend Brutus was part of the conspiracy to assassinate him.

2. “I can’t breathe.” – George Floyd
Meaning: A powerful statement against police brutality and racial injustice, it became a rallying cry for the Black Lives Matter movement.

3. “I’ve had a hell of a lot of fun and I’ve enjoyed every minute of it.” – Errol Flynn
Meaning: A reflection on a life filled with excitement and pleasure.

4. “Go away, I’m all right.” – H.G. Wells
Meaning: An attempt to reassure others that he was fine, even as he was facing death.

5. “I’d hate to die twice. It’s so boring.” – Richard Feynman
Meaning: A humorous take on the idea of death and the potential monotony of an afterlife.

6. “I should never have switched from Scotch to Martinis.” – Humphrey Bogart
Meaning: A light-hearted comment on his preference for Scotch over Martinis.

7. “Drink to me.” – Pablo Picasso
Meaning: Picasso reportedly said this to his friends as a toast before passing away.

8. “I am curious to know what’s next.” – Steve Jobs
Meaning: Reflecting his curiosity and drive for innovation, even in the face of death.

9. “This is no way to live.” – Groucho Marx
Meaning: A humorous twist on the idea that life, with all its challenges, is often seen as a struggle.

10. “Turn up the lights, I don’t want to go home in the dark.” – O. Henry (William Sydney Porter)
Meaning: An ironic request for more light before passing away.

Weirdly enough, you find people that memorize these.  And live their lives by them.  I love these weird and wacky facts and mentally hang on to them to blurt out at the most inconvenient opportunities.