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Beatles Trivia - Even Easier!
31 January 2020
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Which Beatle has the largest shoe size? Explain your answer in your own words.

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John had the largest shoe size, in his own write and in my own words.

Which Beatle had the largest hat size? Please provide evidence.

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It is a scientific fact that they have the same hat size, as the prolonged use of the bowl-cut has rendered their heads to be exactly the same size. 

Who was the working girl in “Honey Pie “?

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18 February 2020
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Polythene Pam , being north of England way and killer diller in her jackboots and kilt.

 

Why was the submarine yellow?

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Because it was COWARDLY. blue-meanie

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Who played the Kinky Bootbeasts?

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It was a known fact that the Bootbeasts were indeed played by Ringo Starr , as due to his love for all things western he wanted to be a literal Old Brown Shoe .

Why did John ever lose that girl?

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John lost her when he accidentally turned right at Greenland.

 

What famous Beatles recorded-musical “first” occurred during the “Nowhere Man ” session?

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George invented guitar harmonics and the Beatles managed to record while absent from all locations, i.e. nowhere.

What did Ringo have for dinner?

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An octopus, fresh from his garden.

 

Why was Pete Best?

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Because his daddy loved his mummy very, very much one night, and the rest was history… two-virginsahdn_george_06

Who was present at Paul McCartney ‘s 1968 wedding to Linda Eastman?

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A single kitten attended Paul & Linda’s wedding. He served as maid of honor, best man, the wedding party, and the minister all in one. 

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Why was Astrid Kirchherr so good at photographing the Beatles? a-hard-days-night-john-3 

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she knew how to get into the Stu..

 

Was The Fool On The Hill the same Fool who was on Saville Row?

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A single kitten attended Paul & Linda’s wedding. He served as maid of honor, best man, the wedding party, and the minister all in one. 

As seen here: 

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I interrupt this broadcast to give you an important message:
Paul and Linda are the best heart
Carry on…

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Was The Fool On The Hill the same Fool who was on Saville Row?  

Yes.

Why was Linda so good at photographing Paul and family?

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Simple. They were destined to be together.

Which of the Beatles assisted good ol’ Ringo with his 1973 album “Ringo”? 

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Pete Best played drums on it, George Harrison was on bass, and Ringo Starr sang. Also making an appearance were fifth Beatles Mal Evans providing tea and sympathy, and Brian Epstein, whom they had summoned in a seance in the dark.

What was the original name of the song John wrote after staying in Marrakesh which later became Gelatinous Guy?

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Child of Nurture(ing), which followed John caring for a cow, later used to make said gelatin.

Why did George form the Traveling Wilburys?

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George learned that Paul was assembling his own supergroup, “The Finnegan Family Farmers”, with Richie Havens, Elvis Costello, Peter Frampton and Lou Reed; and so he swiftly formed the Wilburys to steal Paul’s thunder.

On which Beatles song did Aunt Mimi make her vocal debut?

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I Mimi Mine

Paul’s original The End lyric was “And in the end, the cake you bake is equal to the…?”

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“……the life you fake,” which is an obvious and opaque reference to the fact that Paul died in ’68 and that the Paul in the Beatles at the time of Abbey Road is actually just Faul. 

In “Within and Without You,” why is George talking about the space between us all

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It was a reference to the long-forgotten Indian Flu epidemic of 1967, when people were practicing much of the social distancing techniques that we employ today, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In Dear Prudence , John says “the clouds will be a daisy chain”. Will the clouds actually drop out of the sky and form a daisy chain? Will the clouds look like a daisy chain? Is this some kind of surreal yohnandjoko humor? HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE?!

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