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RIP: Tombstone Statue Of Young Boy Playing Pokemon

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This is the tombstone statue spotted by Redditor Paramorgue in Lund, Sweden. It features the likeness of a boy who passed away at the far too young age of five, playing Pokemon on a Gameboy Advance SP, which is propped in his lap by a Graveler pokemon. Rest in peace, little boy, hope you're catching 'em all.

Keep going for some closeups.

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Thanks to me, for having the strength and determination to post two Pokemon articles in a row and not feeling too much worse about myself.

There are Comments.
  • game over... rip

  • Guest

    I would just like to thank everyone for the support I've read through the comments here and it's really heart breaking to read through this. He passed away with a passion for pokemon at a very young age in a tragic accident.

    Best regard
    The brother

  • Torquil Dewar

    Ugh feels. I need to work, not sit and look out the window pretending I'm yawning.

  • xcalibur

    As I am a father of a 14 months old, I cant even imagine the suffering of a lost child. It is very hard to keep my tears in at these times. It was pretty hard for this familly :(.. Hope all our childs around the world live and grow old in peace.

  • HoneyBeeBoo

    I want to be the very best,
    Like no one ever was.
    To catch them is my real test,
    To train them is my cause.........

  • Kino

    you sir...just made me cry more than i already was...

  • roehlstation

    Don't Blink

  • gripper

    Them feels

  • Joe Hansbarger

    There's a lot of shitty things about being a parent.

    Among the worst is reading about the death of a young child.

  • Colin

    Game Over

  • Vanessa Medeiros

    Wow, touching and sad. :(

  • Guest

    While this is both sad and amazing, it's pretty clear the person who designed this has never held a gameboy... who sits their game on their lap and pokes at the buttons like that?

  • $24170503

    Something is clear. You are a callous bastard.

  • DrZanz

    Never played Pokemon huh? At around the 6th solid hour your hands are cramping/sweating a little, any difference in posture really helps those conditions. It's not the most demanding of games as far as dexterity goes so it allows for the prod approach.
    Also, interesting that you've attracted a rarely seen band of white knights from the geekologie woodwork I see, well done. Usually only one or two will rear its head at a comment like this.

  • Nejero

    Who in their mind would criticize a small child's grave? or a parents love to make such an effigy to their child?

    These are the questions I put forward.

    My nephews used to play their game boys in the exact same way. Unlike older children with bigger hands, they have to work around the big machine their parents bestowed to them.

    You sir, clearly are either too young to understand this... Or have not been around small children playing on a game boy.

    Please get your coat and see yourself out.

  • Rick_McRockock

    Leave it to the internet to see something negative posted about something like this...

  • Hayley Prychun Rodgers

    They likely asked the parents for a picture or some help in designing it. It's probably spot on for him.

  • Ollie Williams

    A five year old. This is almost exactly how my six year old plays. Small hands, much like carnies.

  • Nina Crane

    Now I'm crying at work T.T

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