Celebrity Deathlist 2020
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Ghoulish as it may be, please do join us as we choose the celebrities that we think will begin pushing up some daisies in 2020.

THE RULES:ernes
1! Ye mayest choose ten elder statesmen or women who seem mosteth likely to YOUR brain to die in the year 2020.
2! You may choose to select two yougsters AT MOST on yowse list. If any of said younglings do peg it in the next twelve months then ye shall receive FIVE WHOLESOME POINTS per death. The inclusion of these are optional, but if taken please preface their name with WILDCARD on the list. Eth.
3! The competition has "celebrity" in the title for an reason! If challenged on an choice ye must PROVE THEIR WORTH!
4! Ye wildcards musteth not exceed 50 years in age! Conversely, yow's elder statemen/wo must not be youngester than 50.
5! Ye may not perpetrate the kills yeself. Let nature, malady or lifestyle make the end-of-life option.
6! Ye choices may not be changedeth once madeded.
7! Ye hast until MONDAY 13TH of January to post ye list or ye can reet fuck off like.
8! If an candidate dies BEFORE ye's list is posted, the death shall not count towards ye's score.
9! No funny stuff.

Moin:
1: Murray Walker
2: Angela Lansbury
3: Mel Brooks
4: Nicholas Parsons
5: Prunella Scales
6: Carl Reiner
7: Terry Jones
8: David Attenborough
9: Al Pacino
10: Bernard Cribbins. (bollocks to Myp)

KERRRRRRN!
1. Prince Phillip
2. Mel Brooks
3. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI
4. David Attenborough
5. King Jaun Carlos of Spain
6. Sophia Loren
7. Cliff Richard
8. Lord Heseltine
9. Nicholas Parsons
10. Ant from Ant and Dec (wildcard)
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The inclusion of these are optional, but if taken please preface their name with WILDCARD on the list. Eth.

Come on Dimrill!
I don't think he's a wildcard.
Dimrill wrote:
I don't think he's a wildcard.

But he’s 44
Mr Chonks wrote:
Dimrill wrote:
I don't think he's a wildcard.

But he’s 44


*points gun* So are going to give me your list or not?! You knew I had this!
1. Prince Phillip
2. Mel Brooks
3. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI
4. David Attenborough
5. King Jaun Carlos of Spain
6. Sophia Loren
7. Cliff Richard
8. Lord Heseltine
9. Nicholas Parsons
10. Ant from Ant and Dec (wildcard)
Dimrill wrote:
Mr Chonks wrote:
Dimrill wrote:
I don't think he's a wildcard.

But he’s 44


*points gun* So are going to give me your list or not?! You knew I had this!

No, I’m just here to make sure you abide by your own rules
Bet he didn't see that coming.
MARY LOVES DICK
MaliA wrote:
https://www.theguardian.com/books/2020/jan/07/elizabeth-wurtzel-journalist-and-author-of-prozac-nation-dead-at-52

Wurzel

Fuck.

Jon Pertwee died ages ago
It's Mackenzie Crook now, Grandad.
Zardoz wrote:
It's Mackenzie Crook now, Grandad.

But is it any good?
Zardoz wrote:
It's Mackenzie Crook now, Grandad.

Grandad was Clive Dunn, keep up!
Fuck off, Grandad was Lennard Pearce.
Clive Dunn wasn't Grandad, he was Lance Corporal Jones
Grim... wrote:
Fuck off, Grandad was Lennard Pearce.


During the war...*

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/tv/2017/10/ ... ll-hitler/

* Look, I know that was Uncle Albert, but fuck off.
Malc wrote:
Clive Dunn wasn't Grandad, he was Lance Corporal Jones

Behave! Lance was Paul Whitehouse.
Grim... wrote:
5/7


A perfect score? I should watch it.
Curiosity wrote:
Grim... wrote:
5/7


A perfect score? I should watch it.


With rice?
https://cultaholic.com/news/kazuo-sakur ... sses-away/

Kendo Nagasaki... But the other one, not the English one.

Also.. https://cultaholic.com/news/jesus-huert ... sses-away/

La Parka.. But the other one, not the WCW one.

Wrestling is confusing.
Rocky Johnson. (Dwayne's dad)

Also: disappointment! Looks like it's a dual, Kern.
Terry Jones :(

//edit: What are the chances that we'd submit an *identical* post.
1,000,000:1. But you know what Terry Pratchett said about those odds.
Pretty high. He’s dead, it’s in the news and it’s quite sad.
And we're off! First blood to me *slaps Kern's face with a glove*

In more seriousness :(. :( :( :(
That's a shame. Not only because he was a top bloke but because he would have been on my list if I'd ever had got around to it.
devilman wrote:
DavPaz wrote:


Repetition.


A fitting tribute.
devilman wrote:

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Aww, man. I loved him in only fools and horses
NICOLAS PARSONS!

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Very sad. I suggest watching his BBC documentary on Marie Antoinette's watch next time it's up on iPlayer. It's wonderful. And of course him being excellent on RHLSTP.
JohnCoffey wrote:

That's a bit of a shock
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