Back by Popular Demand: Funny Death T-shirts!

Jun 12, 2020 | 0 comments

The One Who Dies T-shirt
The one who dies with the most toys still dies.

A Good Goodbye T-shirts are back!

If you love T-shirts with snappy sayings, snap up these T-shirts from A Good Goodbye. Declare the obvious with this existential statement: “The one who dies with the most toys… still dies.” Or if cremation is your preference, announce “All men and women are cremated equal.”

These shirts are available in sizes from Extra Small to 3XL in always-in-fashion black with white text. There’s also an indigo blue option! These classic crewneck T-shirts come in a comfy, long-wearing 60/40 blend of cotton and polyester. All fabric is combed and ringspun for a soft texture and premium feel.

All men and women are cremated equal. Indigo blue option

Each shirt is $20.00 plus shipping and state tax as applicable. Available to ship starting July 2, 2020, from Bonfire, where the world goes for quality T-shirts. Thanks to our friends at Columbus Community Deathcare for making these shirts available through their website. Check out their store for other options.

Purchase “The one who dies with the most toys…still dies.” T-shirt

Purchase “All men and women are cremated equal.” T-shirt

About Columbus Community Deathcare

These T-shirt sales are thanks to Donna Baker and the Columbus (Ohio) Community Deathcare organization. This a growing group of community practitioners who support and practice holistic deathcare in a number of different ways.

The organization includes end-of-life doulas, grief counselors, art therapists, massage therapists, and home funeral guides. Many offer services on a sliding scale and combine their community-centered deathcare practice with other services such as volunteer hospice work, guided meditation, celebrant services, yoga and body work, and photography. 

Columbus Community Deathcare is dedicated to helping the living understand options and rights in death and dying. They want to reclaim death as a sacred event and empower families to take back the traditions of home deathcare. Learn more at

A Good Goodbye