Discussion in 'Big Brother House' started by Kerr_Plunk, Aug 27, 2002.
Mr. Saget, is it really you?
Well I was going to bring some cheese, but it looks like you guys have enough of that already.
Oh yeah, we're overflowing with cheese!
Hey Kerryn what's up?
LOL. Hi, K.
Are you sure I'm not interrupting your threesome here?
Where did Laurie go, anyway?
i'm all up for a quartet...
So let it be written, so let it be done!
Hey, now that is more like it!
Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band!
I call John!
I call Blue Meanie!
Dammit! Too fast for me, Tom.
Ooh ooh, can I switch? Now I want to be The Glove!
"Pepperland is a tickle of joy on the blue belly of the universe. It must be scratched. Right, Max?"
i'll konk people on the head with green apples..
look out George, i'm about to make apple sauce!
George himself made Apple records.
//Flies around causing havoc
Remember the scene where The Glove makes "No" out of "Know"?
"That was awesome!"
he's the apple of my eye
His death was actually one of the few that made an impact on me.
Harrison, awaiting the inevitable.
yes.. i know how you feel.. i can still remember where i was and what i was doing when i found out that John had been killed...
here's to here and now...
Well, Harrison wrote a song called "Be Here Now" that's about that.
For Lennon's death, I was too young. Though I still think "What would John Lennon have said about this?" sometimes, like during the 9/11 disaster.
That band will go down in history as the closest thing the 20th century had to a Beethoven or Mozart.
The greatest thing is that each song is different from the others. Like they say, "They never did the same thing once!"
Yeah, and what's so truly incredible about that is that they were able to use the same three or four basic chords to create all of these amazing, unique compositions.