- Honorable grave for one of us
R.I.P Aleksandr Vuzhinsky, even though he died in 2018ID: gs77u1q
Well he's still dead today so...ID: gs7l1mi
But that doesnt mean he’s resting tho, let alone peacefullyID: gs7mdj3
He’ll respawnID: gs7ia57
legends never dieID: gs7ki8m
THEY BECOME APART OF YOU!
CAN YOU HERE THEM SCREAMING OUT YOUR NAME!ID: gs7lar3
Weird this song just turned on lolID: gs7hra4
Don’t worry, he’s still dead.ID: gs7lagc
Are you sure? Has anybody checked recently?ID: gs7kgqg
GG Aleksandr, I hope your post game chat in heaven is going well bro
For those who interested here is the translation of the words to the right:
"You look upon us silently from the stone. We can't believe you died. Forgive us, Sasha, for we could not save you. Forgive us, forgive, us forgive us..."
Those words are phrased as a poem that is very deep and sad. It has no signature but I believe it represents a words from his family and friends.ID: gs7vqjc
Damn, that sounds like a suicide victim. I feel for his friends and relatives.ID: gs7y5pe
I don't know for sure of course. Either way, i feel for parents who lose their kids.ID: gs80mh8
Youth suicide was probably hitting its peak around 2018 in Russia/former USSR. A couple years after the “Blue Whale” alleged suicide conditioning game’s rise to public awareness.
who is this guy?ID: gs7os3o
Just a dude. Russians go all out on their tomb stones. It’s honestly really cool most of the time.
Hard to tell exact words because of the pic's quality but from what i was able to read:
"You are looking at us(?) and keep silence, and it's hard to believe in your death, forgive us Sasha that we were unable to save you, forgive us, forgive us, forgive us"
It seems to me that he committed suicide, poor soul, RIP.ID: gs7lbtb
i was reluctant to mention that its most likely those words, because i read the same translation elsewhere... but yes i agree, in this instance its most likely suicide ...
Nobody says we werent unable to save u, to someone who was shot, ran over, or crashed, or robbed n stabbed ....
they really put that Samsung logo on the monitor....ID: gs7806c
This grave sponsored by Samsung.ID: gs7fp9c
Man we can start business on sponsors graves !!ID: gs7g97n
At least it’s not Acer
This is nothing. Have a look at mobster gravestones.ID: gs6vsdo
That mobster grave stones are actually pretty badassID: gs6wvee
Very dark vibes. Also on some you can see the narrow state of mind. Where Lada or Volga is perceived as ultimate wealth simbol. Who ever commissioned them doesn't understand the concept of timeless.ID: gs7ndxq
I'm mostly saddened by how young a lot of them are.ID: gs7jaad
The inclusion of the cars were interesting. Most likely a cultural thing?
I think it is nice he gets to be represented by something he cared deeply for, no matter what it is. I get so disheartened seeing comments focusing on stuff like the brand on the monitor, or what game is shown on screen. Who cares? You spend your time with brands every day, and play games that no one will care about in a few years. Does that make it any less part of us? Shouldn't we at least acknowledge what we spend our time with? What happened to the "proud gamer" crowd?
Maybe this is what his life looked like, we don't know the story here. Some will say that this is sad, or pathetic. I think it is honest, and that in itself is beautiful. He passed away at 25 (!!!) years of age. Try to think of the family.
If I were to pass away suddenly, I don't know what would represent me. Maybe a bottle of coke and a notebook. I don't care what I'm remembered by, as long as it is something that brings a smile to the friends and family I leave behind. I hope this helps them do just that.ID: gs7acr5
Just keep in mind that most folks in this thread don’t have family that are involved or love them enough to commission a custom made headstone.
This grave is sponsored by SamsungID: gs6m85m
And DOTA2ID: gs6gbek
The parents or partner probably just copied his setup. They may not be computer savvy at all.
If someone ever put a company logo on my tombstone, I'd come back to life just to hang myself from the ceiling of their corporate lobby.ID: gs7nq5i
Nah you would be dead.
A gravestone like that would really make me pause and take quite a few minutes. Makes me wonder if that guy could've been a friend. Ask a bunch of the questions we all ask in our dark moments about what happens when we die. Either way, I think it's a beautiful act by his family and he was probably a great fun person. I really hope he's in a better place and can know what they did for him.
He was a gamer . Rest In Peace
This is a really cool tribute. Rest in peace...
That's so sweet of his family and the part about Samsung logo his family might not be that tech savvy and copied his system as it is.
Damn this comment section is whack. Dude is literally in his grave right now resting in peace while commenters are going "F, imagine being buried under a bunch of corporate logos" Mad disrespectful guys, maybe thats what he wanted, maybe he doesnt care and likes that his family did that for him. Dude's dead, show him some respect.ID: gs6a5q4
If he was a gamer and I'm going to guess he was, I'm positive that he'd be humbled by someone he never knew typing F to pay him respect.
Yeah I was just trying to capture the comment section at the time into the one genelarised comment (those were the two main themes) but yeah F - (v _ v)7
Last Online: 1135 days ago.
If a Samsung monitor and a pc were this guy's most valued possessions, so be it (a pc is probably mine too). Stop arguing over this poor guy who is currently dead 6 feet under the ground.
He lived his life and enjoyed what he did so if this is the way he wants to be buried than let it be for we can not change the past to do so will show your lack of empathy for his passing.
On the one hand, its really cool that they were given a truly personalized grave stone.
On the other hand, imagine being buried under a bunch of brand names.
I’d revive just to kill myself all over again if this was me. More so because of the corporate logo which is more visible than my name than for the cringe nature of the headstone itself.