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What it feels like when you’ve discovered the joy of homemade coffee & sugar scrub. EXFOLIATION = HAPPINESS.

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George Harrison met his wife-to-be, Pattie Boyd,  on March 2, 1964 on the very first day of shooting The Beatles’ first film, A Hard Day’s Night. Boyd was one of the models chosen to play the part of a school-girl on the train scenes of the film. Harrison instantly felt attracted to Boyd and so began flirting with her. They both spent a significant amount of time hanging out on set (while Boyd was shooting) and getting to know each other more. At the end of shooting Harrison asked her out on a date but unfortunately Boyd was already with someone. Boyd said no. 

That wasn’t the end of it, though. A week later, Boyd was called in to re-shoot some scenes. This was something unexpected for her. By then Boyd had left her boyfriend and when she met Harrison for a second time. One of the first things he asked her was how her boyfriend was doing. She, of course, told him he had left him. And so began the start of Pattie & George, an IT couple. They eventually married on January 21, 1966. 

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Alright, I’m feeling a bit too much in love with this picture.

Alright, I’m feeling a bit too much in love with this picture.

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beatlesneveroutofstyle:

"It was very emotional. I mean, it was very emotional, first of all, listening to John on the tape, you know, because he is not here. But his voice was there. And then, you know, we had to, you know, we’ve all called each other and spoke about it. You know, we had to say, okay, well, are we going to do this? It’s pretty strange. And we came to the conclusion that, well, what we’ll do is we’ll just feel like - you know, we’ll just sort of say, well, John’s gone on holiday for a while, or he’s gone for a cup of tea. And that’s how we got into it. So it felt okay, you know."

-Ringo Starr, 1995 [X] 

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“I could always get George to rebel with me.” - John Lennon

“George is getting sitar lessons of Ravi Shankar. He doesn’t teach just ANYBODY you know!” - John Lennon

“John was always helpful. He said things like ‘When you’re writing, try and finish the song immediately, because once you leave it, it will be harder to complete.’ I played him a tune one day and he said ‘Oh, well, that’s not bad.’ He didn’t do anything about it at the time, but I noticed in the next song he wrote that he’d nicked some of the chords!!” - George Harrison

“I remember the day he called to ask for help on ‘Taxman,’ one of his bigger songs. He came to me because he couldn’t go to Paul, because Paul wouldn’t have helped him in that period. I didn’t want to do it. But because I loved him and I didn’t want to hurt him, I just sort of bit my tongue and said OK. It had been John and Paul so long, he’d been left out because he hadn’t been a songwriter up until then.” - John Lennon

“John Lennon is an amazing person because he is brilliant, he is brilliant, he is . . no question about it. Lennon is a saint, and he is heavy duty. He’s great, and I love him. But at the same time he’s such a bastard… But that’s the great thing about him, you see.” - George Harrison

"George himself is no mystery. But the mystery inside of George is immense. It’s watching him uncover it all little by little that’s so damn interesting." - John Lennon

“As Yoko came into the picture, I lost a lot of personal contact with John, but on the odd occasion when I did see him, just by the look in his eyes I felt we were connected.” - George Harrison

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I didn’t know if we were okay with how perfect a tortured poet Micky looks sometimes. Thought I’d check.

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"Yeah, talkin’ ‘bout MY generation!" she sings along with Roger Daltrey who was born 47 years her senior.

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Look what my best friend found me for my birthday! Honestly, this is the trippiest Monkees-related material I’ve ever witnessed — and I’ve watched Head multiple times. I mean, there’s like early slash in here, basically! “WHO WRITES THIS STUFF?” These are just a few snapshots of the oddities. I’ll scan more of them them for real if anyone’s intrigued.