Lady Netizen Brings Good Vibes Online for Flexing Late Dad’s Tomb
FAMOUS TOMB – A lady netizen goes viral online after flexing her late dad’s tomb in the Oas Catholic Cemetery, Albay.
Tombstones, also known as gravestones or headstones, are more than just lifeless markers in cemeteries. They are the silent storytellers of our history, culture, and individual lives. These solemn markers preserve memories and legacies for generations to come.
Tombstones have been used for centuries as a means to commemorate the deceased. The practice of marking graves with stones or markers can be traced back to ancient civilizations, including the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. Over time, tombstone designs and purposes have evolved, reflecting the prevailing customs, beliefs, and technologies of the era.
Recently, the extraordinary love of Jose Reodique Relleve’s child for their late father is once again vividly expressed in the Oas Catholic Cemetery, Albay. The tomb has been known for its unique designs and paintings during the annual observance of Undas.
Angelle Relleve, a Facebook user, shared that her father’s favorite pomade when he was alive was the Tancho Pomade. The post quickly circulated online and garnered various reactions from the internet users.
Beyond being a styling product for hair, this pomade symbolizes the strength and resilience that her father embodied throughout his life.
Since 2013, the Relleve family has been showing their love through the unconventional designs of their father’s tomb. Each year, the wonderful gravesite’s design serves as a traditional gift to honor the memory of their beloved father.
“Wherever you are Pa, our love for you will never change, your memory we will always treasure, in our hearts, you will stay forever,” Angelle said.
In the previous year, the family gained attention by featuring a popular fast-food chain’s branding as part of their tombstone design, a tribute to one of the late father’s favorite establishments.
The social media users expressed their reactions to the tomb: