The Moment We All Knew John Lennon Was P-Whipped

Submitted by: bacon_pie 4 years ago Funny

Yoko was abomination. Look at Chuck Berry"s eyes! All of the hatred in the world with those eyes!
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Male 76
And we give a poo what you think? Everyone knows this. So we need your F***ing commentary.
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Male 15,832
[quote]...he gets this out of his system, then returns to Yoko.[/quote]
After which she said, "See? I TOLD you I give the best blowjobs in the world!"
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Male 2,631
@cityincolour- You are the one who apparently feels that you are lower than me. You are the one who can`t seem to accept that it`s fine for folks to have tastes and opinions that differ from yours. You are the one that nitpicks at inconsequential details.
I have no idea who Jeff Dunham or Bill Burr are, so you`re one up on me there.
At least you admit to being a troll, However like all trolls, you don`t see that you but reveal your pettiness and parade your foolishness for all to see.
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Male 19
OldOllie, this is a funny bit, but it reveals nothing about one of the most remarkable relationships of the 20th century. When Lennon became restless in his marriage, Yoko suggested to their young, pretty, Asian assistant, May Pang, to begin an affair with him. It happens, they move to the west coast, he gets this out of his system, then returns to Yoko. From that perspective Yoko Ono becomes every guy`s "dream wife."
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Male 15,832
All I can say is, she must have given the world`s greatest blowjobs.

Anyone have a better explanation?
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Male 379
@CaptKangaroo
on a second note, i do happen to find it adorable that you think that i take your idiocies to a level of personal offense.. no no no, sir... this is just fun for me. nothing is more entertaining that trolling a twat.
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Male 379
@CaptKangaroo
only.. there is a point to it. like i said, maybe you might like jeff dunham, or someone a little more clean, but your attempt at raising yourself above the rest of us who do enjoy this "pointless", "mindless" and "inarticulate" kind of humor, only serves to illustrate your own pretentious and closed minded nature. kind of like, i don`t know, trying to claim that the legacy of the most successful and influential musicians in the modern modern music era "is, in fact, debatable" no. wrong. you may not enjoy the beatles, and that is fair, but what they accomplished and their body of work speak for themselves. they span generations... they span genres... borders... and continue to break records decades after they quit producing music. yep, sure enough. debatable. i like the beatles, but i, by no means, worship them. i can, however, recognize greatness when i see it. you like how nice and squeeky clean my language is this time?
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Male 3,081
pmsl... I love Bill Burr when he goes off on one.

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Male 213
The news of Lennon`s death broke about breakfast-time in the UK, and I was in the pub at lunch and someone walked in and announced : "Stupid Yank shot the wrong f***ing one." Was there ever a musical decline faster than the one between "Imagine" (early 1971) and "Some Time in New York City" (March 1972)? I still have the latter (played once) - too ashamed even to take it to the charity shop. If anyone disagrees, I`ll post some of Yoko`s lyrics - that`ll learn ya.
And after he died, of course, she gave up pretending to be a musician and did what she was always going to do, only sooner, and live off his royalties.
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Male 459
And yeah, Yoko was a talentless succubus, and I`ll never understand why Lennon took up with her when he could`ve done so much better. but she wasn`t solely responsible for the breakup of the Beatles. That was more down to tension between Lennon and Mcartney. It`s sad that lennon was taken away like he was, it would`ve been interesting to see what could`ve been. he was a great musician on his own, but maybe the Beatles could`ve had their time apart and reunite later on? we`ll never know now.
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Male 459
Bill Burr is it? I like this guy`s style. As for the Beatles, They made some truly groundbreaking music, and were capable of some really great songwriting. But they were also just in the right place at the right time with the right promotion and management. if it wasn`t the Beatles it would`ve been someone else. there`s been hundreds of parallels before and since (the sex pistols come to mind,I like `em but they`re nowhere near the best punk band) What made the Beatles so huge is they broke into the charts at the exact right moment, as teens and young adults were for the first time the biggest influence on record sales and radio station playlists. they`ve been outsold and faded into history, but due to the sheer number of musical genres and artists out there now, no-one will ever have the level of `mania` that these guys experienced. Beiber and psy are another example, if it wasn`t for youtube being a fairly new thing those guys would`ve faded into obscurity.
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Male 4,431
Outstanding!!!! :-)
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Male 49
I seen a Frank Zappa video with John and Mutt. The vid was great until Yoko opened her mouth. She started screeming like she was in labor. Once again she ruined a great moment. Ironiclly they were playing the torture never stops
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Male 2,631
@Evil Eye- While imitation may be a form of flattery, and record sales may indicate popularity, neither are a reliable measurement of quality. I give you Justin Bieber as an example.
People still talk about Tiny Tim and Herman`s hermits- big whoop.
I did mention that the Beatles were well marketed, they also had fantastic studio musicians sitting in on studio work- and judging by the live performances I experienced- at which young women were paid to scream incessantly to whip up the other young women, the studio work was extensive.
The Beatles were not- in my opinion- as talented as the Doors, or Eric Clapton, JJ cale, Yes, ELP, Steppenwolf or Carole King- to name a few.
Folks seem to be stuck on the word legacy. My opinion is that the content of their legacy is the music they made. End of story. That`s what I judge them by. Not who`s talking about them. Not who rated them highly on some arbitrary list. Those are meaningless to me as they have absolutely nothing to do w
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Male 2,631
@Patchouly-
If by musician you mean a person that works as a paid performer, writer, manager, sound tech, roadie, corporate hack- or any of the other positions in the industry, then no, I am not.
If your definition is a person that can read, write and perform music, albeit in an unpaid manner, as a hobby, then yes, I am.
I did not say the Beatles were `bad`, or that I didn`t like their music. I said they were over rated. There are songs of theirs I enjoy- I just think that there was lots of calculated `hype`, generated by those that were responsible for record sales. I did acknowledge that they were well marketed.
I don`t know how the music field works, nor do I care. I`m not IN the music business. I`m a listener/appreciator. As such, much like anybody else- including those in the industry- I have my opinions. You don`t have to agree with them, or even like them. Just as I don`t have to agree or like yours- though I may see valid aspects, or may agree. We call this f
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Male 4,746
@CaptKangaroo:
I`d bet money that you are not a musician. You obviously have no concept of how the music field works.

As an example, I hate Elvis. Hate his music. However, not for one second would I deny the huge contribution he made to the music industry nor would I say his music was bad. It`s just not something I like.

Don`t let your personal preferences influence your observations.
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Male 1,442
@CaptKangaroo: The Beatles is the second most impersonated band, just after Elvis and before Queen. People are still buying their stuff and talk about them 44 years on. Hell, they are the only band to have three albums in the best-selling album list.

Debating their legacy is like debating if the sky is blue. Music is subjective... don`t think that if you don`t like it no body else should. That is the kind og crap I normally hear from 18 year old know it all teens, not 56 year old men.
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Male 2,096
Women in comfortable shoes like Yoko.
All things equal. When Linda was in Wings with Paul instructions were to shut her mic off at the board so it looked like she was singing. Obviously this trick was not used by John.
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Male 296
Had to watch this on youtube and he`s right. WTF were they thinking to let her do whatever you call that that whatever it was she did in the microphone. my god.
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Male 5,811
That was pretty funny.
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Male 670
Bill Burr is superb. Yoko Ono is not.
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Male 19
Bill Burr didn`t make a video to narrate over. Bill has a podcast "The Monday Morning Podcast". A fan of his took the soundbite and made a video to go along with it.
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Male 13,624
To be fair
who else apart from Lennon likes/liked
Yoko Ono??
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Male 37,888

I think it`s even funnier the second time you listen to it.
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Male 1,268
"I`m sorry, it`s okay to comment now and then, but what was the reason to keep talking through the entire video."

He`s a comic. Yes, his comedy tends to exude misogynistic attitude, but really, he only "attacks" women who deserve it and most of his material can easily be used against men of the same character, he just almost never does so. Anger comedy isn`t for everyone, but he`s not bad at it at least. Try some of his netflix specials if you wanna give him another chance.
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Female 688
The video would have been 10 times better if that guy would have just shut up. I`m sorry, it`s okay to comment now and then, but what was the reason to keep talking through the entire video.
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Male 1,268
Bill Burr hates crazy annoying mean persons. It`s his thing. It`s funny at times. I`m glad he lucked out with his girlfriend/eventual wife cause it seems like she isn`t one, otherwise he`d probably end up in OJ`s shoes or something.
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Male 2,631
cityincolour- I didn`t say I was offended- I said it was pointless.
You illustrate the point(You made) of less intelligent people who can`t make a reasoned argument, or any argument at all, really, without using `coarse` language.
The legacy- as you put it- of the Beatles is, in fact, debatable. Only closed minded sycophants would deny that.
I made no claims to any greater intelligence or sophistication than any i-a-b`ers, and it`s your own insecurities that that cause you to take my comments as personally as you obviously have.
As I do rub elbows with the common man- and in your case- the great unwashed, phuck off.
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Male 379
@CaptKangaroo
Seriously. go back to whatever f*cking hole you crawled out of. The "narrator" is Bill Burr... he`s a f*cking comedian. Who happens to use "foul" language. *gasp* maybe, i don`t know, jeff dunham is a little more your speed but i happen to think bill burr is pretty f*ckin funny. 2. your comments of "pretentiousness" are pretty f*cking ironic coming from someone who gets so highly offended by coarse language that he reduces the offender to a lesser status in terms of intellect and claims an inability to articulate... because of language? right. not pretentious at all. i`m pretty sure his point was quite clear. and funny BECAUSE of the language. clearly your sophistication is of a degree that is well above that of the rest of us lowly i-a-b-ers. ha. and your opinion of the beatles is laughable. music, for the most part is subjective, but the beatles legacy is not debatable. i say that as a lover of music, not as a "fanbo
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Male 2,675
There`s a station here that does a segment of Beatles songs every ... friggin ... day. They released so many freaking songs they were bound to have some hits. From the sample I`ve heard - 1 good one and 10 "whoTF decided to permanently record this?!?" They sound like the first take of a "hey, I`ve got an idea for a song!"
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Male 616
The only reason Mark David Chapman is in jail is because he missed Yoko.
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Male 2,631
@jeremy562- First off, the Beatles were an over rated group, though they had great marketers at their label. Secondly, the narrator is not only unable to articulate his point without resorting to pointlessly foul language and character assassination,his mindless, fanboy worship of the Beatles is sad. There were many musicians who produced better- though not necessarily as popular- music, than the Beatles.
Yoko Ono was not an influence in breaking up the Beatles, the three of them(Who ever considers the mediocre drummer in these discussions, anyway?)had been squabbling for years, and were well on their way on different paths; McCartney wanted the catchy-and-mindless pop, Lennon wanted songs with deeper-yet-pretentious meaning and Harrison just wanted to contemplate his navel. Furthermore, their relevance was fairly short lived when compared to some bands that write and record music for 20 years or more.
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Male 37,888

Brilliant naration.
Sir David Attenborough couldn`t do it any better.
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Male 425
Leave Yoko alone! Muhahaha!
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Male 1,015
So true... sadly true. She was a great part in killing the beatles and killing John`s carreer.
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Male 1,136
This video would have been entertaining without the narration but with it, it`s fantastic!
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Male 2,368
Should have busted his Gibson up side her head and the charged her for the damage.
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Male 535
That was one of the funniest things I`ve ever seen in my life!
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Male 1,497
I gotta meme that face.
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Male 5,314
Fantastic, Dewey.
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Male 3,909
The narration was f*cking hilarious and spot on! The look on Chuck Berry`s face was priceless, hahaha! He should have went over to her and beat her to death with his guitar.
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Male 55
Capt Kang, you are crazy, that`s the best narration I`ve ever heard of anything... Morgan Freeman watch your ass!
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Male 2,631
I agree that Yoko Ono is pretentious and without talent; however, the well spoken and articulate gentleman that narrates` the video hopefully died of bleeding ulcers and asscancer.
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Male 12
I love Bill Burr
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Male 14,330
LOL!!! Look at how she`s hitting that bongo bitch has no f**king rhythm whatsoever.
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Male 3,061
Link: The Moment We All Knew John Lennon Was P-Whipped [Rate Link] - Yoko was abomination. Look at Chuck Berry`s eyes! All of the hatred in the world with those eyes!
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