It's not often cartoon artists mine for humor in the world of advance directives or end-of-life planning in general, but when they do, you better believe we're going to run it on Everplans.com. Historically, comics aren't funny. They often get a message across but rarely will laughter ensue. This is no exception:
See, not funny. But with only around 30-percent of the population having advance directives--legal documentation outlining the sort of medical treatment you want or don't one if something happens to you--people are leaving the choice up to their kids, families or strangers. At least things like this might get people to talk about it.