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Fred Talbot - Ripped Poo Shoot leading to blood poisoning.  

Paul O’Grady - Pushed in Manchester Canal

Stu Francis - Run over, crushed like a grape

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Jean Claude Juncker 

 

Tommy Robinson

 

The EU :D

 

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Joking apart

 

Jean Claude Juncker 

 

The EU

 

Peter Sutcliffe

 

Nailed on home banker.

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Roy Keane

Gary Neville

Johnny Evans

 

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13 minutes ago, jeep said:

Roy Keane

Gary Neville

Johnny Evans

 

What a horrible fucking trio. Line them up against the wall...

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Kirk Douglas 

Bobby Charlton 

John McCrirrick 

 

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Prince Philip

Stewart Hall

Bert Royal

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Prince Phil

Billy Connolly

Trump

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22 minutes ago, freds dad said:

Kirk Douglas

Dame Vera Lynn

Leah Bracknell

 

So 2 centenarians and a terminally ill woman. Out on a limb there. You know there's no prize for this? 

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7 minutes ago, jayjayoghani said:

So 2 centenarians and a terminally ill woman. Out on a limb there. You know there's no prize for this? 

Sorry I didn't realise that there were rules over who we could choose. I bet you had to google Leah Bracknell.

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Posted (edited)

i agree with the dude further up , old people and cancer sufferers , ehh ..

needs more leftfield ones. Although its basically Cluedo - "david carradine , in the kitchen , with the venetian blinds"

Princess Diana or Jack Kennedy must still be in the top five of unexpected ones. 

werent really old enough for the first .. but the diana one , it were in the morning so it wouldve been the first thing most people saw that day.. 

Still Shocking , "what ? she's only about 38 , did she just not wake up ?.. "

 

 

Edited by e2e4
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3 hours ago, e2e4 said:

Still Shocking , "what ? she's only about 38 , did she just not wake up ?.. "

Wake up? She didn't actually die in her sleep, you know.  I reckon she was wide awake at the time of impact.

Problem is, when a vehicle, travelling at; say, 60 mph hits an immovable object and stops, the people inside don't stop until the seat belt stops them. Then the organs in the body don't stop until the stuff fastening them in place; arteries, veins, pipes and tubes, get to their extent and then stop. Often, the stuff fastening the organs in place go beyond their limit before the organ has hit the ribs and the arteries, veins, pipes and tubes rupture causing a catastrophic haemorrhage.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, deane koontz said:

Gazza

Prince Philip 

Tommy Robinson

Dave Whelan

Eric Clapton

Perm any 3 from 5?

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25 minutes ago, MickyD said:

Wake up? She didn't actually die in her sleep, you know.  I reckon she was wide awake at the time of impact.

Problem is, when a vehicle, travelling at; say, 60 mph hits an immovable object and stops, the people inside don't stop until the seat belt stops them. Then the organs in the body don't stop until the stuff fastening them in place; arteries, veins, pipes and tubes, get to their extent and then stop. Often, the stuff fastening the organs in place go beyond their limit before the organ has hit the ribs and the arteries, veins, pipes and tubes rupture causing a catastrophic haemorrhage.

 

 

Fucking hell, spoken like a true forensic scientist - I bet you love Silent Witness :bad:.

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49 minutes ago, Steejay said:

Fucking hell, spoken like a true forensic scientist - I bet you love Silent Witness :bad:.

Just someone who knows something about mechanisms of injury

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2 minutes ago, MickyD said:

Just someone who knows something about mechanisms of injury

Rather you than me, M. :hi: I must be turning into a mardarse in my old age. 

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I can't even watch casualty without feeling gippy. Put me in the middle of a smash with things to do and no issues.

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On 05/01/2019 at 12:49, MickyD said:

Wake up? She didn't actually die in her sleep, you know.  I reckon she was wide awake at the time of impact.

Problem is, when a vehicle, travelling at; say, 60 mph hits an immovable object and stops, the people inside don't stop until the seat belt stops them. Then the organs in the body don't stop until the stuff fastening them in place; arteries, veins, pipes and tubes, get to their extent and then stop. Often, the stuff fastening the organs in place go beyond their limit before the organ has hit the ribs and the arteries, veins, pipes and tubes rupture causing a catastrophic haemorrhage.
 

 

aye Quincy might know all that, but i just meant overnight (or morning) if youve heard someone's died , you assume theyve died in their sleep (i thought this when Peter Thompson died the other day).. "Princess Diana's died" didnt exactly give me a lot to go off .  

i didnt go "gimme a grays anatomy and i'll try guessing how " ; i'd only been awake about 15 seconds.. 

zapruder film in HD slo-mo is bad enough ..

 

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Eric Haydock, ex-Hollies died at the weekend.

I saw him near his modest Chorlton home a few days before Christmas.

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