London, Oct 2 : Britons 'literally' want to be remembered with a smile, at least that's what a new research suggests, which has found that the people in the country are dying to be funny with their last words on gravestones.
British comedian Spike Milligan's epitaph is the nation's favourite; it reads comic "I told you I was ill", the study found, reports the Sun.
Next in line is PM Winston Churchill with his funny epitaph, which is: "I'm ready to meet my Maker. Whether my Maker is prepared for the great ordeal of meeting me is another matter".
The third one is Frank Sinatra's; it reads, "The best is yet to come".
The Age Concern survey of 2,000 people shows Brits want to be remembered with a smile.
Another popular one read "Another one bites the dust".