I honestly just want a huge ass poster of him in that costume that would make me really happy
In an interview Lennon revealed that, like “A Hard Day’s Night”, it was taken from one of Ringo Starr's malapropisms. The piece was originally titled “Mark I”. “The Void” is cited as another working title but according to Mark Lewisohn (and Bob Spitz) this is untrue, although the books The Love You Make: An Insider’s Story of the Beatles and The Beatles A to Z both cite “The Void” as the original title.
- Interviewer: “Now, Ringo, I hear you were manhandled at the Embassy Ball. Is this right?”
- Ringo: “Not really. Someone just cut a bit of my hair, you see.”
- Interviewer: “Let’s have a look. You seem to have got plenty left.”
- Ringo: (turns head) “Can you see the difference? It’s longer, this side.”
- Interviewer: “What happened exactly?”
- Ringo: “I don’t know. I was just talking, having an interview (exaggerated voice). Just like I am NOW!”
- (John and Paul begin lifting locks of his hair, pretending to cut it)
- Ringo: “I was talking away and I looked ‘round, and there was about 400 people just smiling. So, you know — what can you say?”
- John: “What can you say?”
- Ringo: “Tomorrow never knows.”
John loved Ringo Malapropisms !!!!!
the pinnacle of arnold’s career
California elected this dude to run the whole state.
untapped aesthetic: surrealist jock
a varsity jacket but it has three arms and it’s melting
your football shoulder pads have grass growing out of them and they constantly hum
you shove nerds not into lockers, but into other planes of existence. your football is always singing, singing, singing. the astroturf changes colors beneath you, and whispers the name of every person you’ve ever loved.
And Now, Here are (Beat) The Beatles….
the look he gives george in the last gif kills me every time