Famous Last Words

Do you ever think about what you say when you are over a situation or a person?

I have to admit I’m a bit dramatic, and I will say my famous last words way too often. I, without a doubt, mean what I say at the time. Below are a few examples of my comments when I’m moody or just being extra.

Famous Last Words

I’ll never love like this again

I’m so hungry I’ll never eat again

You make me sick I’ll never talk to you again

No more RomComs for me

I’m not spending any more money

I’m never going on FaceBook again

I’m done meeting new people

I’m not buying any more technology

No more Amazon purchases

I’ll call you (knowing she makes me sick)

No more kids (seriously, this is final)

I’ll never move again

I’m going to quit this job

I can add so many more final words to this list, but I would love to hear some of your final last words. What do you say when you are OVER and DONE with a situation?

You could have chosen any blog to read, but you chose mine, and I’m honored!


84 Replies to “Famous Last Words”

      1. Hey Belladonna, really an incisive post, I need to add my famous las words…lol
        Hope you are well but of course you are especially with your workout routines!!!

  1. Can definitely relate, haha. I often vow to never leave the house again when I have a bad night out (only two be out again doing something two days later lol.) What can I say, a girl’s gotta live. 😅

  2. Hey Belladonna!👋When I’ve reached the max that I can handle with folks, very often, these famous words are heard by my family, “They Play too much”☑️

  3. 🤣🤣🤣🤌🏾🤌🏾 oldie- I do my best not to say it anymore.. but

    Don’t ever speak to me contact me by message email pigeon or another person ever again in this incarnation or the next.

    And that I mean what I say…. Yeah… and we wore pink on Wednesdays too…. 🤦🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️🤣

    Loved the list!! But then Amazon has that one thing 🤣🤣

  4. Up in the sky, with a drink in hand,
    The pilot flew, feeling oh so grand,
    “I’ll never love like this again,” he thought,
    As he took another sip, and he forgot,

    “I’m so hungry, I’ll never eat again,”
    But the alcohol was his only friend,
    “You make me sick, I’ll never talk to you,”
    He slurred to his co-pilot, feeling blue,

    “No more RomComs for me,” he declared,
    As he drunkenly piloted the plane, unprepared,
    “I’m not spending any more money,” he said,
    As he flew through the air, barely ahead,

    “I’m done meeting new people,” he mumbled,
    As the plane shook and trembled and rumbled,
    “I’m not buying any more technology,” he slurred,
    As the passengers screamed, his vision blurred,

    “No more Amazon purchases,” he tried to say,
    But it was too late, as the plane began to sway,
    “I’ll call you,” he said to his love on the line,
    Knowing that he was out of time,

    “No more kids,” he declared, in his final breath,
    As the plane crashed down, a fiery death,
    “I’ll never move again,” he said with a sigh,
    As he looked up at the bright, blue sky,

    “I’m going to quit this job,” he thought,
    But it was too late, as his life was caught,
    In the tragedy of a drunk pilot’s fate,
    A lesson to us all, before it’s too late.

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