A grandmother made sure she had the last laugh by having Ouija boards distributed at her funeral, with a message asking guests to "keep in touch."

Before her death at the age of 81, Jodie Perryman made arrangements to have handmade Ouija boards handed out at her funeral, which was held Tuesday in Breckenridge, Texas, according to LADbible.

Jodie's granddaughter, 20-year-old Gracie Perryman, said she and the other guests erupted in laughter after seeing the unexpected giveaway.

"It was hysterical," Gracie told TODAY in a Friday report. "And everybody was like, of course, that's so Jodie of her."

The handmade Ouija boards had a picture of Jodie with her tongue sticking out and her middle fingers up in the air.

"Let's keep in touch!" were her cheeky last words to her loved ones.

Gracie, who lives in Austin, made the trip to Breckenridge for the funeral, and said she wasn't surprised by the keepsake her grandmother arranged for them.

"'What on Earth is this?'" she said she thought, while opening it up.

It only took a few more seconds before the rest of the room with 30 to 40 other funeral attendees burst out laughing, while reading her final message.

"Everyone was dying, laughing. It was hilarious," Gracie added, "because that was so her."

The college student explained her grandmother died on Oct. 12 after being diagnosed with cancer. She said her grandmother had the option of undergoing surgery. But nobody was sure whether her body would be able to handle it. Hence, Jodie chose the alternative of letting the medical condition take its own course.

Gracie also told the outlet her grandmother promised her family and friends on Facebook that "everyone will be gifted their very own ouija board" at her funeral "with a little note from me that says: 'Let's keep in touch!'"

The granddaughter said she was still pleasantly surprised when they actually received the custom-made Ouija board at her funeral

She was a "firecracker" who could "outwit anybody," Gracie told the outlet.

"She was hilarious. She had a great sense of humor and a huge heart," Gracie went on to say. "She loved her family. And she just took care of people around her. She was a great woman."

The granddaughter said the Ouija board didn't actually work when she tried it out with her roommates later.

"It's just paper," she laughed, adding, "We tried but to no avail."

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