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30 November 2010
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MotherNaturesDaughter
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Devil In Her Heart:

Me: Not when she hurts me and says she loves me so

Actual song: Not when she hugs me and says she loves me so      

 

Makes more sense than what I ever heard. Only bad thing about George's singing was he had a mushmouth.

"I am definitely a mad man with a box."- Matt Smith as the 11th Doctor of Doctor Who (Episode 1 Season 5: The Eleventh Hour)
30 November 2010
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In Hey Jude:

Me: The whole world you need is on your shoulder/Song: The movement you need is on your shoulder

I probably thought that because of the earlier lines "Don't carry the whole world upon your shoulders"

 

Me: And don't you know that it's just you? Hey Judeyou do/Song: And don't you know that it's just you? Hey Jude, you'll do

 

Taxman:

Me: Declare the weddings on your eyes/Song: Declare the pennies on your eyes

That would've been a very weird line, indeed

Because the wind is high, it blows my mind.
30 November 2010
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I can't convince my siblings that the woman in Drive My Car expects the man to do the driving.

They hear:

W: I'm gonna to be a star!

M: *scoffs* Baby, you can Drive My Car

They're probably just baiting the Beatlegeek, but who knows. a-hard-days-night-ringo-12

Ad hoc, ad loc, and quid pro quo! So little time! So much to know!
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Ah right, sorry. It's nothing rude. "The penny drops" is that moment when you finally realise (or realize, for you US-English speakers) something, often when it's previously been elusive to you or obvious to other people.

e.g. "I always wondered why he kept on quoting Beatles lyrics in conversation. The penny finally dropped when I discovered that he frequented a web site known as The Beatles Bible".

Perhaps we should start a dialect, phrases and spelling thread. I get occasional messages telling me articles have spelling mistakes in them, whereas it's just because I write in British English (or just English, to use the proper term – we invented it, after all). Favourite/favorite, programme/program and so on.

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Joe said:

Ah right, sorry. It's nothing rude. "The penny drops" is that moment when you finally realise (or realize, for you US-English speakers) something, often when it's previously been elusive to you or obvious to other people.

e.g. "I always wondered why he kept on quoting Beatles lyrics in conversation. The penny finally dropped when I discovered that he frequented a web site known as The Beatles Bible".

Perhaps we should start a dialect, phrases and spelling thread. I get occasional messages telling me articles have spelling mistakes in them, whereas it's just because I write in British English (or just English, to use the proper term – we invented it, after all). Favourite/favorite, programme/program and so on.


Actually in Mexico we have a very same expression. "Me cayó el veinte". The translation can be "the 20 cents drops"

That of a dialect and phrases thread is a good idea. a-hard-days-night-george-6

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