The folks who created the website for Jake Wizner’s Spanking Shakespeare have created a very clever thing: an automatic Obituary Generator. It’s cute — definitely worth a whirl if you have some ‘Net Time to kill. Here’s mine:
World-renowned children\’s librarian Brooke Shirts died today in a hospital in Pittsburgh. Doctors are still unsure of what exactly caused the death, but believe it was due to complications after Brooke Shirts seduced too fast and suffered pains in her spleen. She was three years old.
Brooke Shirts was a splendiferous person, who enjoyed everything about life. She was known for her passion for fudge brownies, which she often ate one jillion times a day. She loved to share fudge brownies with everyone, and would even offer fudge brownies to strangers. Brooke Shirts also enjoyed traveling, especially to historical landmarks, and loved meeting people around the world. On her trip to Florence, Italy she even met the president (and yes, she offered him fudge brownies). After meeting him, Brooke Shirts said the President was naughty.
Brooke Shirts is survived by her partner Brian, their fifty-nine children, and their pet platypus named scintillating.
World renowned children’s librarian, ehhhh? Does such a thing even exist?
Thanks to ShelfTalker (and her witty teen reviewer, Katrina) for the link.