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beatlesarthistory:

The Lady of Shalott by John William Waterhouse // “Tomorrow Never Knows” by The Beatles

beatlesarthistory:

The Lady of Shalott by John William Waterhouse // “Tomorrow Never Knows” by The Beatles

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thewritingberry:

John gets turned little in the “It won’t be long” episode of The Beatles cartoon. And according the Paul he wants to take the doll home because “he belongs to me”. [x]
 

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reginaldmaudling:

Terry Jones, what even are you?

reginaldmaudling:

Terry Jones, what even are you?

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thebeatlesphotovault:

this is a very important picture of John Lennon’s hat.

thebeatlesphotovault:

this is a very important picture of John Lennon’s hat.

(Source: mindgardens67, via sailupontheocean)

british-history:

The Death of Percy Bysshe Shelley

8 July 1822

It was on this day in British history, 8 July 1822, that English poet Percy Bysshe Shelley drowned off the coast of Italy. Shelley died after his boat, the Don Juan, sank while he sailed with two of his friends. Shelley’s body was washed ashore and later, in keeping with quarantine regulations, was cremated on the beach near Viareggio. Shelley’s ashes were interred in the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, near an ancient pyramid in the city walls. His grave bears the Latin inscription, Cor Cordium (“Heart of Hearts”), and, in reference to his death at sea, a few lines of “Ariel’s Song” from Shakespeare’s The Tempest: “Nothing of him that doth fade / But doth suffer a sea-change / Into something rich and strange.” 

 An 1889 painting by Louis Édouard Fournier, The Funeral of Shelley (also known as The Cremation of Shelley), contains inaccuracies. In pre-Victorian times it was English custom that women would not attend funerals for health reasons. Mary Shelley did not attend but was featured in the painting, kneeling at the left-hand side. Leigh Hunt stayed in the carriage during the ceremony but is also pictured. Also, Trelawny, in his account of the recovery of Shelley’s body, records that “the face and hands, and parts of the body not protected by the dress, were fleshless,” and by the time that the party returned to the beach for the cremation, the body was even further decomposed. In his graphic account of the cremation, he writes of Byron being unable to face the scene, and withdrawing to the beach.

karinabeat:

What John needs to be happy? 
McCartney and a bunch of girls! 

karinabeat:

What John needs to be happy? 

McCartney and a bunch of girls! 

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crymccartneycry:

paul being hot as ever.

crymccartneycry:

paul being hot as ever.

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Anonymous said: Give me the scenario after all the sex and jizzing were done. What would each sexy lad say and do to their lucky lady!

inbedwiththebeatles:

John - "Have you got a ciggie, love?"

Paul - "You were amazing. So much more flexible than your sister."

George - "That was incredible. Our souls were aligned in that moment, our auras completely in tune with the movement of the Gods. Fancy another go?"

Ringo - "It was good for you, right? I didn’t hurt you? No? Oh, good. How are you feeling? Would you like a cup of tea? How many sugars? How hot would you like it? Do you need a massage? You know, you really do have a wonderfully shaped vagina.."