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Desc:yeah, or they were prolly high!
Category:Arts, News & Politics
Tags:The Beatles, press conference, prostitutes, Lesbians
Submitted:Hailey2006
Date:05/11/08
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Comment count is 15
Frank Rizzo
"prolly" is not a word
fluffy
srsly

Frank Rizzo
lol wut?

snothouse
What a funny group of guys. For real.
StanleyPain
How boring it is that today's pop music actually IS about prostitutes and lesbians, and blatantly so, leaving a titillated press with NOWHERE TO GO.
baleen

Here here. The problem with today is that they show too much and leave nothing for the imagination!

wtf japan
Who ARE those saucy rogues?
Camonk
Yeah, man, get off their cases.
MrBuddy
Day Tripper: flirtatious girl won't put out. Norwegian Wood: girl invites a man over and won't put out. Conclusion: The Beatles are immoral.

If the songs had been about a flirtatious girl who slept with the singer and a girl who invited the singer to sleep with her the conclusion would have been: The Beatles are immoral.

It seems Time has changed.

KnowFuture
Now I wanna go find the "bigger than Jesus" interview.
boner
I have the Anthology coffee-table book and all you have to know is that every song is about sex and/or drugs.
Pie Boy
Turn left at Greenland.
Harveyjames
They're ace
Harveyjames
Also, fab.

Syd Midnight
John, not to be outdone....
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