Death of an Icon

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        Sure, we all know Amy Winehouse died, but please join me in remembering the death of another great icon in the entertainment industry

        The Pillsbury Dough Boy died yesterday of a yeast infection and complications from repeated trauma to the belly. He was 71. Dough Boy is survived by his wife Play Dough, and two children, Jane Dough and John Dough, and according to doctors  they had one in the oven. Services will be held at 3:50 for approximately 20 minutes or until golden brown
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        Very witty dt.

        I tell you what - I miss those pilsbury dough apple turnovers.  They were the best.

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        I thought he was older than that.  Didn't he serve as a dough-boy in WWI?

        I hear there were many iconic celebrities that were going to attend, particularly Speedy Al Kaseltzer, and the entire Potatohead clan. 
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        Mrs PotatoHead sadly could not attend as she could not find the matching purse to her current blue eyes
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        That was probably a good thing.
        Who can forget the torrid affair of Pillsbury Dough Boy and Mrs Potatohead, in Vegas, back in the 70s, when Mr Potatohead was double billed with Don Rickles at the Stardust; it was way more interesting than the Brangelina affair.

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