At first you notice this main craziness in the center:
and then ringo and john just chillin on the top of georges head:
and then a little bit of a John tribute:
Paul being sassy:
Shout out to the artist:
is this the rolling stones???
This little dude behind john’s inexplicably black ear:
And then this:
Anonymous asked: what makes you ship mcharrison?
Short answer: They knew each other the longest and they were friends the longest, they were basically like brothers
‘The last time I met him, he was very sick and I held his hand for four hours. As I was doing it I was thinking “I’ve never held his hand before, ever. This is not what two Liverpool fellas do, no matter how well you know each other.” I kept thinking, “he’s going to smack me here.” But he didn’t. He just stroked my hand with his thumb and I thought “Ah, this is OK, this is life. It’s tough but it’s lovely. That’s how it is.” I knew George before I knew any of the others and I loved that man. I’m so proud to have known him.” - Paul
“Underneath it all, I believe that Paul sincerely loved George; and at some level George loved Paul as well. But they had a hard time expressing it.”
"I knew George long before the others. We were good chums despite his tender years as it seemed to me then. We were always together. He lived near me in Upton Green and I lived in Ardwick Road, half a mile away, so we took the same bus to the same school, and then we got guitars at the same time. We went through the Bert Weedon books and learned D and A together and we were quite big buddies then. That was something I’d missed for all those years” – Paul
“George and I lived very near each other in Liverpool. So, in fact we were just a bus stop away from each other. I’d get on the bus, and then the stop afterwards George would get on. So being quite close in age we’d sit together, and we’d talk about stuff and that” - Paul
“ I believe Paul missed George as much as — if not more than — anybody.”
“George told me once that I smelt like home. I got all paranoid, you know, thinking I smelt of fish and chip shops or dirty bars or something. But he said no, I just always smelt of home.” - Paul
“Paul is very protective of George.”
"George was always known as the quiet one, but he had a wicked sense of humour. He and Paul tricked two fans into thinking that they were really brothers and George signed his name “George McCartney” for them."
““They used to jump on me. George used to wake me up by tickling my feet.” – Paul
“There was this guy called Ritter who was in our group at school, and George was in the younger group, and I remember we’d been standing around at playground and I’d tried to introduce George to Ritter, introduce him into my peer group. And being a year younger it was kind of difficult. I said, ‘Hey, this is George Harrison. He’s a mate of mine. We get on the same bus together.’ And we’d been sitting around, and George suddenly head-butted this friend of mine.When asked for the reason for the headbutt, George replied: ‘He wasn’t worthy of your friendship.” – Paul
“God, my mate George, isn’t he a good-looking boy!” - Paul
“Thing is, there’s a lot about me and George that the public don’t know about, and I like it better that way. That night was very personal, and very special to me. It’s one of my favourite memories.” – Paul