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Bad Heir Day
Contest of wills.
William Shakespeare makes the first living will
'All-in-all, my son... you'll find the pleasure afforded by inherited wealth far exceeds the guilt of not having earned it.'
'To my favorite waiter I leave the usual 20 percent.'
". . . and I leave my whole estate to my one true companion, public radio."
"I'm pretty sure she's rich - she never has any money."
'I always thought he lived in Margate?'
'Ms. Avery left each one of you, ten million dollars...unfortunately, her estate is only worth seven dollars and sixteen cents.'
"My father was a very succesful man. He left me enough money that I could marry an idiot."
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'The only reason you married me is because my father left me a fortune!'
"He intends to die with dignity, he desires a modest funeral, and he's determined to prevent the buzzards from getting any part of the estate."
"And to my nephew, Todd, I leave my 27 Twitter followers."
'Children are out of the question, Margaret. One day all this would be theirs and I just couldn't stand that.'
"I daresay you can't wait to get your hands on my royal teapot collection."
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'After reading Dad's will, I guess we're all wishing he had spent more time at the office.'
"It's nearly as valuable as what we'll inherit when your mother dies - that's how much I love you."
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'His last words were 'The money is in the...' Doctor, you must revive him.'
"What would you like done with your DNA?"
"I've just overheard Mistress talking to her lawyer: We're in her will!"
"I love my George. He has a will of his own, and it's made out in my favour."
"Your late Father, being a comical old chap, seems to of buried all his money somewhere in Somerset."
'Someday, son - provided we both get lucky - all this will belong to you and my trophy wife.'