Dead Pool [182]

Congratulations to Gutstick Japseye who correctly predicted all round evil cunt the serial killer Peter Sutcliffe has died of the Kung Flu.Only the second hit we have had from this pandemic in the pool.Anyway enough about the prostitute killing lorry driver.

On to Deadpool 182:

The rules:

1) Pick 5 famous Cunts you think will conk out next.It is first come first serve.You can always be a cunt and steal other peoples nominations from previous pools (Like Black and White Cunt frequently does.

2) Anyone who nominates the World’s Oldest man or woman is a cunt who will be ignored.

3) It must be a famous cunt we have heard of.

4) If your pick has already been taken, tough tits, it’s first come first served (only because we can’t be arsed to check )

My picks (Shaun)

Leslie Phillips
Rush Limbaugh
Gerd Müller
Dai Davies
Jake “The Snake” Roberts

80 thoughts on “Dead Pool [182]

  1. Sorry to be a pedant. R.e.: 1) Pick 5 famous Cunts you think will conk out next.

    Wasn’t Peter Sutcliffe infamous, rather than famous? As per the US election, I declare deadpool 181 null and void.

  2. Jimmy Greaves
    Henry Kissinger
    Ken Bates
    Johnny Mathis
    Lord Hezzelslime

    Fuck You Sutcliffe, should have been hanged years ago. Burn in hell cunt.

  3. David Berkowitz
    David Icke
    David Irving
    Peter Tobin
    Rose West

    In the spirit of the tabloid rag the sun, when the Belgrano was sunk; Gotcha!

  4. He didn’t just kill prostitutes. One of his victims was my bank managers daughter, a student, he was a real nice guy.
    Shame the cunt didn’t die when he was stabbed in the eye.

    • My dad sort of knew Scotch Jean. The hooker Sutcliffe murdered in Chorlton, Manchester. He used to see her in the clubs and pubs from time to time and he was gutted when he saw her fate on the television news.

      Sutcliffe was an evil bastard and I hope his demise was both slow and agonising.

      • In her younger years my mum knew someone who nearly became his final victim. The woman in question was actually in the scumbag’s car when he was arrested.

        • I think they caught the bastard by chance? Old bill pulled the cunt over for false plates and when they began questioning him he nipped for a piss and dropped off his ‘tools’. Only when summats didn’t sit right with the coppers at the Station did they go back to the scene of the arrest and found his hammer and rope.
          Evil bastard should of been fed to hungry lions years ago.

  5. Best news I’ve heard all week. Rot in hell you evil wanker.
    Tom Smith (rugby)
    George Alagiah
    Donald Rumsfield
    June Brown
    Jeremy Corbyn

  6. Well struck Gutsy. What a waste of forty years of tax-payers’ money.

    The Dalai Lama
    Diego Maradona
    Alex Ferguson
    Rupert Murdoch
    Eve Marie Saint

  7. Ted Dexter (Cricketer)
    Glynis Johns (Actress and Singer)
    Chuck Yeager (Flyer)
    John Hemingway (The Last of the Few) I can hear a Spitfire overhead as I am writing this
    Mohamed Al-Fayed (Insanitary little cunts but famous for other reasons)
    Sir Philip Green (Insanitary little cunts but famous for other reasons)

  8. Stuart Hall
    Rolf Harris
    (Q: what have they in common? A: they’re both 90)
    Fred Talbot (sorry, he’s only 70)
    Pervez Musharraf
    Bob “On The” Dole
    Charles [my dry-cleaner’s best friend]

    • Bastard, George W… If I wasn’t trying so hard to fit in by being a Knobby Knowles/TWATT, I’d have got The Doleite first. He’s not well!

      Subst. Dave Crosby (Still alive, but 79 and gnashing)

  9. Yoko fucking Ono
    Danglebert Pimpledick

    Suttcliffe wasnt a prostitute killer. He heard no voices and wasnt on a mission. He was an opportunist sexual sadist preying on easy targets and wanking as they died. Rot in hell.

  10. Irene Papas
    George Shultz
    Robert Fyfe
    Roger Corman
    William Russell (Enoch)*

    * For those too young to remember (or senile enough to have forgotten), Russell played the character Ian Chesterton opposite William Hartnell in the first 2 series of Dr Who in 1963-1965. He previously played the titular role in 30 episodes of the 50s ITV series The Adventures of Sir Lancelot. He was also credited in war films such as The Malta Story, Above Us the Waves, The Man Who Never Was and The Great Escape. Amongst many TV appearances, he played in 46 episodes of Coronation Street in 1992 as Ted Sullivan, the second husband of Rita Fairclough.

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