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Guest Theo, July 2, 2004 in DeathList Forum
King Kong's squeeze?
...she was the girl in the original King Kong movie
Yep, figured that after I'd posted. Silly me!
"...she was the girl in the original King Kong movie"
Not a colourful character then and very two dimentional.
according to Wikipedia
Damned, you were quicker...
No more monkey business!
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Great effort John Stokes - dead today - Celebration to follow
lol I just read about fay and then I updated the page and se was dead.
Curious. So Wikipedia is now first with the news and the chosen DeathPedia.
DWB - I do believe your quote found its way into the Deathline...
Yep I'll have to admit to a © DWB 2004
Poor Fay, Gone Away, Won't come back another day.
Ahhh, how moving. A fetching piece of electronic prose.
I'm also disputing the "... and very two dimentional" thought, I think this picture proves she was every bit 3D:
Oh, maybe you are saying she had dementia? Sorry, what were we talking about?
This has probably been said before but....
this death malarchy is like waiting for a bus, none comes for ages and then you get three all at once.......
No more monkey business for poor old Fay but cheers for picking up the flagging list....
"She just kind of drifted off quietly as if she was going to sleep," he said. "She just kind of gave out."
I thought all these Hollywood Actresses "Put Out"!
Congrats guys on your 8th success................I knew this one was on the list, that's why I quickly came here when I heard. Well done!
ps....love these new smilies!
Well past her Primate.
And like the rest of the Hollywood troupe into the swinging lifestyle.
(I do believe that's a double score).
Alas for Fay, it is time to say: "Hi Mate",
To her co-starring hairy, long-dead, big old primate;
Her name was a rhyme as in "Fay" and "Wray",
But now she is gone, for live long day.
Written in the style of E.J.Thripp, Private Eye.
A big DeathList welcome, Poetry Man.
I'm sure Ronnie Biggs will be more upbeat about things, after seeing this kind of devotion.
Are you planning to write a poem for each new death?
Hopefully Alexander Solzhenitsyn and General Pervez Musharraf won't die on the same day. that could lead to a terminal mangling of the language of Shakespeare, Wordsworth and Keats.
An inspired choice, although you may wish to rethink your opening lines and adopt the standard
But in common with Stayin Alive, I hope we continue to see more cultural input into this organ
"Next to die was Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Probably best inform his next of kin"
"General Pervez Musharraf is no more
They'll be mourning from Karachi to Lahore"
I'll get my coat.........
Am planning to respond, always in rhyme,
Especially now, that I have the time,
For 2005's list, with no blarney,
I'd like to nominate, dear old Reg Varney.
"'Urry up Arfer" was 'is call,
When On the Buses was on the ball,
Solzhenitsyn and Musharraf I will handle well,
Especially if Arfer can ring his bell.
So thanks for the welcome, from this side o' the pond,
The Deathlist is something, of which I am enormously fond,
And try as I may to make every verse rhyme
Sometimes I might just not have the energy!
Poetry Man August 12th - now leaving the building, to look for Grouse!
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