paulpockets:

Were these hand signals ever properly addressed?

misanthrope1993:

1965

paulieismylove:

Tea with Lennon 

thebeatlesordie:

Rest In Paradise, Eppy 

September 16, 1934 - August 27, 1967 

(Source: beatlesneveroutofstyle)

nickelbackthatassup:

no emoji in the world can replace the depth of :/

(Source: thebeatles.com)

beatlessinginginthedeathofnight:

Paul is such an easy target aw, poor paullie

thateventuality:

The Beatles and Brian Epstein at the world premiere of A Hard Day’s Night, London Pavilion, Piccadilly Circus, 6 July 1964
In memory of Brian Epstein, 19 September 1934 - 27 August 1967.

"In 1964 I asked Brian Epstein how long it would last and he said, ‘The children of the 21st century will be listening to The Beatles.’ He was right." - Larry Kane
"When [Brian Epstein] signed them up, when he had them in that office in Whitechapel [Liverpool], he told them: ‘I think I can help you.’ He actually believed he could. And he was prepared to sit it out with them, with all their cheek and impudence. In a way they had a lot in common - just the vernacular was different." - Derek Taylor
"I was very, very good friends with Brian. I knew he was gay - but Brian, Judy (my wife) and I were a triangle of good friends. We used to go away together sometimes and it was great fun. Wondering about his contribution to their success, I know I wouldn’t have met them without him. Who’s to say what would have happened if Brian hadn’t been along? Who’s to say whether Ringo would have ever been part of the group? There are so many ifs about that one cannot evaluate.” - George Martin, The Beatles Anthology
John Lennon: “We don’t know what to say. We loved him and he was one of us. So you can’t -“ George Harrison: “You can’t pay tribute in words.” - August 1967
"Brian put in a lot of time getting us off the ground. He believed in us from the start." - George Harrison, The Beatles Anthology
"We loved him and he was one of us." - John Lennon, 1967, The Beatles Anthology
"We loved Brian. He was a generous man. We owe so much to him. We have come a long way with Brian along the same road." - Ringo Starr, 1967, The Beatles Anthology
"Brian would be really happy to hear how much we loved him." - Paul McCartney, The Beatles Anthology

thateventuality:

The Beatles and Brian Epstein at the world premiere of A Hard Day’s Night, London Pavilion, Piccadilly Circus, 6 July 1964

In memory of Brian Epstein, 19 September 1934 - 27 August 1967.

"In 1964 I asked Brian Epstein how long it would last and he said, ‘The children of the 21st century will be listening to The Beatles.’ He was right." - Larry Kane

"When [Brian Epstein] signed them up, when he had them in that office in Whitechapel [Liverpool], he told them: ‘I think I can help you.’ He actually believed he could. And he was prepared to sit it out with them, with all their cheek and impudence. In a way they had a lot in common - just the vernacular was different." - Derek Taylor

"I was very, very good friends with Brian. I knew he was gay - but Brian, Judy (my wife) and I were a triangle of good friends. We used to go away together sometimes and it was great fun.
Wondering about his contribution to their success, I know I wouldn’t have met them without him. Who’s to say what would have happened if Brian hadn’t been along? Who’s to say whether Ringo would have ever been part of the group? There are so many ifs about that one cannot evaluate.” - George Martin, The Beatles Anthology

John Lennon: “We don’t know what to say. We loved him and he was one of us. So you can’t -“
George Harrison: “You can’t pay tribute in words.” - August 1967

"Brian put in a lot of time getting us off the ground. He believed in us from the start." - George Harrison, The Beatles Anthology

"We loved him and he was one of us." - John Lennon, 1967, The Beatles Anthology

"We loved Brian. He was a generous man. We owe so much to him. We have come a long way with Brian along the same road." - Ringo Starr, 1967, The Beatles Anthology

"Brian would be really happy to hear how much we loved him." - Paul McCartney, The Beatles Anthology

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flannelandconverse said: i hope your room isn’t too tough to clean and that you can use those thingies as soon as possible! :3

It’s not that bad but I like to keep it tidy :) I just have to sort out some clothes and I can start drawing!Woohoo

I got some new drawing materials and I really want to try them out but I have to clean my room first cause it’s a mess!I don’t get how it gets so messy I barely move from my computer desk :\

mrsgeorgeharrison:

gettinziggywithit:


"Love from George Harrison"

D I M P L E S 

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mrsgeorgeharrison:

gettinziggywithit:

"Love from George Harrison"

D I M P L E S 

*_*

(Source: karinabeat)