As I stood front of my favorite Beatle the only thing I could think of was that his contact lenses looked like they hurt him. He smiled and stuck out his hand and without thinking, I rested my right arm on top of his left while we shook hands! “John, ” I said, “are your contacts bothering you?” “No,” he answered. I got the distinct feeling that not too many people had asked that question. Undaunted I plunged on, “I have them too!” I confided.He leaned closer and stared searchingly into my eyes. “Are your bothering you?” he said with a straight face. “No.” I stammered and then we both laughed. “They’re good aren’t they?” John said seriously and I could only nod, not trusting my voice. “But your eyes are prettier then mine.” John said and to my dismay unwanted tears rolled down my cheeks. “Hey” John said with a slight laugh. “Don’t cry or they’ll wash away!” I smiled through my tears as I blurted, “John you’re my favorite.” He smiled warmly, gave my hand a final shake and said, “You’re my favorite”. The Girl Who Got To Meet The Beatles – Datebook Magazine Winter 65/66
AND LETS NOT FORGET HOW HELLA CUTE JOHN LOOKS
She is Very Protective of Her Ducklings
Please stop what you’re doing and look at this
i use the word fuck so excessively i sometimes forget it’s a swear word
luv the dimensions of this brick I found in the woods. I’m going to keep it on my back porch forever. Luv itLuv it
i love this brick!
i love this brick!
LOVE this brick
FINALLY another picture of Julians secret show last night
*whispers* You can be mature and respectful and still have a dirty sense of humour.
*murmurs* You can curse a lot and still be highly intelligent with a massive vocabulary.
*mumbles* You can be quiet and reserved and still be witty and even outgoing in certain circles.*sighs* You can be intelligent and sharp-minded and still forget what month it is
Ladies & gentlemen, this is your pilot speaking. If you look thru the left hand windows right now you’ll see me doing the worm on the runway
Andy Warhol with ‘The American Man (Portrait of Watson Powell)’ at The Factory (1964)