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What famous person, living or dead, would you like to have as a jelly on Fluther?

Asked by freguarUK (348points) 1 month ago

Make your list. My list:
1. Shakira
2. Isaiah Berlin
3. Neil Robertson
4. Jerry Orbach
5. Adam Jay Harrington
6. Gardnar Mulloy
7. Gloria Grahame
8. Brandon Lee
9. Kenneth Branna
Please give Great Answer to user whose list you like.

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Hawaii_Jake's avatar

How do you know they’re not?

Zaku's avatar

Bernie Sanders
Alfred Hitchcock
David Attenborough
. . .
oh, wait, @Hawaii_Jake just won the question! ;-)
. . .
ok, maybe not. Pretty sure no one here is on my list. Continuing:
. . .
Ernest Hemingway
William Blake
Catharine Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn
Rupert Sheldrake
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Hildegard von Bingen

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

This site is far beneath him, but I would like to have a conversation with Stephen Jay Gould.

kritiper's avatar

Abraham Lincoln
John F. Kennedy
Gen. Douglas MacArthur
Winston Churchill
Clarence Darrow
Theodore Roosevelt
Thomas Jefferson
Patrick Henry

Jonsblond's avatar

Christopher Walken

Brian1946's avatar

“Gorgeous” George Costanza
“Furious” Frank Costanza
Groucho Marx
Leon Trotsky
Joan Baez

rebbel's avatar

Eric Cartman

freguarUK's avatar

@rebbel. Yes. He would be an example of perseverance. And would teach us the right views on life.
@Brian1946. And George Costanza (Ideal Summer format).

jca2's avatar

Comic Jerry Seinfeld
Comic Sebastian Maniscalco
Comic Bill Burr
John John Kennedy (gone too soon, it would be interesting to hear his views on stuff at present)

Kardamom's avatar

John Kerry
George Takei
John Stewart
Jane Lynch
Jonas Salk
Anthony Hopkins
Dr. Ruth Westheimer
Randy Rainbow
Fran Drescher
Alan Rickman
Fred Rogers

tinyfaery's avatar

George Carlin
Joan Rivers
Oscar Wilde

Just off the top of my head. Because I love chaos.

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