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12 dead in festive edition of Celebrity Total Wipeout – Extreme!

in the next series, those chosen by public vote can use RPGsThe BBC has scored a ratings hit this Christmas with a special edition of Celebrity Total Wipeout in which all 12 C-listers failed to stay the course and were stretchered off the show in coffins.

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Posted: Dec 27th, 2010
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Assisted suicide guidelines permit feeding of Bruce Forsyth to lions

The Director of Public Prosecutions has confirmed that new suicide guidelines will be based on how annoying the deceased is, and how inventive the method of killing.

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Posted: Feb 25th, 2010
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Grim Reaper to restart collections in Eastbourne

The seaside resort has been left backed-up with old people well past their die-by-date.

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Posted: Oct 27th, 2009
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Spectacular suicides now available from Swiss clinic Indignitas

immortality beckonsThe ‘Jim Morrison’ deal, a Paris-based weekend break includes drugs, alcohol and sex followed by drowning in a bath. 

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Posted: Jul 23rd, 2009
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Beautiful, fun-loving daughter with her whole life ahead of her not killed in tragic circumstances

'Our little princess'Emma Lee, an 18-year-old woman described by her friends and family as ‘the life and soul of the party’ and ‘someone who has touched us all’, was today not cruelly snatched from her loved ones in a sudden horrific accident. A promising and talented student who was well liked by both classmates and staff at the college where she continues to study to be a lawyer, Emma was neither the victim of a crazed attack nor struck down by a hospital superbug after undergoing a routine operation. Today those closest to her confirmed in an emotional statement that she remains in robust good health.

‘She was my princess, and I’ll never forget her as long as I live,’ said her tearful mother, Joan. ‘I’m just glad she’s looking so well.’

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Posted: Jul 21st, 2009
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