The Bobby Gillespie Bullshit game

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From last Sunday's Observer, where artists, musicians, whatever, were asked for their favourite 'secret' inspirations:

Bobby Gillespie, singer, Primal Scream:

The world

I came across a burnt-out motorcycle in the street this morning, no wheels, no seat, just a charred metal skeleton. It had obviously been stolen and dumped by a gang of teenage wild boys. It was the most beautiful thing I've seen since last night's evening sky. You don't find 'art' in galleries, it's all around you. The city is alive and on fire. Long may it burn.

A classic piece of r 'n' r nonsense form the aging Scotsman, there. So let's look at the scores: I reckon "motorcycle" [10 points]; "gang of teenage wild boys" [20 points]; "beautiful" [5 points]; "city...on fire etc" [30 points] - giving a total of 65 points (out of a possible 100).

Can anyone beat this?

bham (bham), Thursday, 21 September 2006 07:47 (twelve years ago) Permalink

He wouldn't have said that if it had been his bike!

Marcello Carlin (nostudium), Thursday, 21 September 2006 07:50 (twelve years ago) Permalink

I came across a burnt-out motorcycle in the street this morning, no wheels, no seat, just a charred metal skeleton.

Fucking hell, it's MY motorbike!

CUNTS! SCUM! BRING BACK NATIONAL SERVICE! SEND THEM TO FUCKEN IRAQ! YER FUCKEN SHITE HOOSIN' ESTATE WILL BE ON FUCKEN FIRE IF AH EVER FIND YOUSE! TIE THEIR FUCKEN TUBES!! C*********NTS!!!!!!!!

Marcello Carlin (nostudium), Thursday, 21 September 2006 07:52 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Yes, but until that realisation, he is a spaced out dude, everything is art and nothing's going to touch his world. Your broken leg is beautiful to him. A wound on someone's head is a trancendant statement on the link between the life force in us all, and the galaxy in supernova.

mark grout (mark grout), Thursday, 21 September 2006 07:59 (twelve years ago) Permalink

oh my god bham that it brilliant.

unfortunately i think this means i shall have to destroy all my primal scream records.

EARLY-90S MAN (Enrique), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:05 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Only destory the ones that he has anything to do with, Henry - i.e. Give Out and Riot City and those first two. The good ones are all Innes, innit.

Sick Mouthy (Nick Southall), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:08 (twelve years ago) Permalink

i don't even own 'give out' (sold it) or 'riot city' (never bought).

i suppose i could keep the instrumentals.

EARLY-90S MAN (Enrique), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:11 (twelve years ago) Permalink

"gang of teenage wild boys" rofl rofl

http://jackwolak.com/7/3341.jpg

Pashmina (Pashmina), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:14 (twelve years ago) Permalink

'riot city' never bought

Fair summation.

Marcello Carlin (nostudium), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:23 (twelve years ago) Permalink

We can do much better than this, for instance, here are a couple of quotes right from the band's website:

Screamadelica Era
"...I think music is magic... magical, in the true sense of the word. Certain pieces of music make me feel strong, protected. It raises... it raises my soul. No, forget that, it protects me from bad feelings. Music protects us in such a powerful way, it makes you aware of possibilities. To alot of people I think music's a commodity, not spiritual. it's something you put on the mantlepiece and it's there, like a set of golfclubs or an ironing board, whereas to us it's a holy thing, and none of us are even religious."
- Bobby Gillespie, NME interview 28 September 1991

"magic" = 5 points, "raises my soul" = 10 points, "protects me from bad feelings" (whatever that means) = 10 points, spiritual + religious + holy = 30 points, using all this bullshit to form a "we're not in it for the money" argument = 35 points

Total = 90 points

"Most bands think in black and white, we think in Technicolour," - Bobby Gillespie, September(?) 1991

Ugh, ffs, 99 points.

NoTimeBeforeTime (Barry Bruner), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:24 (twelve years ago) Permalink

However, as I've said before, Screamadelica is a fantastic Sabres of Paradise album.

Marcello Carlin (nostudium), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:25 (twelve years ago) Permalink

i can't beat bham but from an nme interview (on that same website!) this year -- i suppose it needs context: he's talking about going to paris fashion shows and elton john's birthday party:

"We're a hardworking band. I go to the studio five days a week. My girlfriend works in fashion and now and again there's something she might want to go to so I go along - that's what you do. It's a bit weird, it's like saying your girlfriend's black so you must be black. Or your girlfriend's Jewish so you must be Jewish."

EARLY-90S MAN (Enrique), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:26 (twelve years ago) Permalink

"People think the flag is a symbol for like slavery and racism," says Bobby. "But that's not what the Civil War was about. It was about like freedom, You know?"

EARLY-90S MAN (Enrique), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:29 (twelve years ago) Permalink

winner

NoTimeBeforeTime (Barry Bruner), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:31 (twelve years ago) Permalink

WTF is Bobby "Bomb The Pentagon" Gillespie doing going to kapitalist Elton John birthday parties?

Marcello Carlin (nostudium), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:33 (twelve years ago) Permalink

it's something you put on the mantlepiece... like a set of golfclubs or an ironing board

This guy would do really badly on Family Fortunes.

NickB (NickB), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:35 (twelve years ago) Permalink

xpost

Bombing the Pentagon wasn't about anti-American sentiment, it was about, like, freedom, you know? Freedom to do what you want to do, and we want to get loaded ...

NoTimeBeforeTime (Barry Bruner), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:36 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Family Fortunes - I don't think BG would take well to a fitness weekend at a health farm in rural Staffordshire...

Marcello Carlin (nostudium), Thursday, 21 September 2006 08:37 (twelve years ago) Permalink

These quotes are all awesome!! Bobby G. rules!!

Mr. Snrub (Mr. Snrub), Thursday, 21 September 2006 09:34 (twelve years ago) Permalink

"WTF is Bobby "Bomb The Pentagon" Gillespie doing going to kapitalist Elton John birthday parties?"

He's there because his girlfirend's jewish, Marcello, can't you read?

I think this is my favourite BG quote (from OMM earlier this year):

'You know, Andrew Innes is a chemist and so's his wife - they've got pharmaceutical degrees. He's an oddball boffin who'll experiment with anything you give him. When computers came out, he got one straight away and learnt how to work them. Oasis call him "Brains".'

Kudos to Innes for cracking that IBM mainframe up in Glasgow all on his own, but that final punchline is priceless.

bham (bham), Thursday, 21 September 2006 09:51 (twelve years ago) Permalink

if someone else does it, bobby is bound to come along and dive right in . .

frenchbloke (frenchbloke), Thursday, 21 September 2006 10:04 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Just calling the album "Riot City Blues" is sixty points right there for Crazy Bob, imho.

Eazy-Esteban Buttez (ESTEBAN BUTTEZ~!!!), Thursday, 21 September 2006 10:33 (twelve years ago) Permalink

I came across a burnt-out rock star in the street this morning, legless, no flesh on his bum, just a charred metal skeleton. He'd obviously been fucked and dumped by a gang of teenage wild boys. It was the most beautiful thing I've seen since last night's evening sky. You don't find 'rock' at rock festivals, it's all around you. The city is alive and on fire. Long may Bobby burn.

Momus (Momus), Thursday, 21 September 2006 11:05 (twelve years ago) Permalink

now now be nice

electric sound of jim [and why not] (electricsound), Thursday, 21 September 2006 11:08 (twelve years ago) Permalink

b-b-but Bobby WAS a charred metal skeleton in the Velocity Girl days!

(nb thanks for the cd momus)

Marcello Carlin (nostudium), Thursday, 21 September 2006 11:10 (twelve years ago) Permalink

In reference to Marcello's earlier comment about fitness weekend... (I'm not making this up) I saw BG in the changing-room of my local gym a couple of months ago - so while I didn't actually witness him doing any physical exercise, he did look as though he'd been doing some beforehand. Not very rock'n'roll obviously.

Kaliova (Kaliova), Thursday, 21 September 2006 11:37 (twelve years ago) Permalink

"Select" magazine, April 1994:

"The only thing I don't want is us to be nailed down as some motherfuckin' curators of some rock 'n' roll fuckin' museum. We love all sorts of music, and I'm glad to turn people on to sounds they've never heard - y'know, go and buy "superfly" by curtis mayfield, or the impressions' greatest hits, or Culture "two sevens clash".

Pashmina (Pashmina), Thursday, 21 September 2006 11:43 (twelve years ago) Permalink

...said the curator of the rock museum.

Momus (Momus), Thursday, 21 September 2006 11:47 (twelve years ago) Permalink

That quote, y'know, is motherfuckin' fucked up in several fuckin' ways, most notably "we are not curators of rock museum, here listen to these old records" and "we will turn you on to stuff you've never heard before" (then going on to instruct the readership to buy three records that are somewhat far from being even slightly obscure)

The guy is, and always has been a patronising cock, and primal scream are the worst band to come out of the UK since the '80's at least, and possibly ever.

Pashmina (Pashmina), Thursday, 21 September 2006 11:52 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Pashmina OTM.

Raw Patrick (Raw Patrick), Thursday, 21 September 2006 11:56 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Every day I curse Andrew Weatherall for remixing Primal Scream because if he didn't, nobody would have given a shit about Crazy Bob and we wouldn't have to be discussing about how big a cunt he is.

Eazy-Esteban Buttez (ESTEBAN BUTTEZ~!!!), Thursday, 21 September 2006 11:58 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Q: When did you first realise you could sing?

BG: Ehh..I don't know. I think I always wanted to be a singer but I didn't realise it. I always wanted to be a guitar player because I loved guitar players in bands. I became a singer through default. We were writing these songs and I wanted to play guitar and we kept asking these people to sing and they were terrible so I stepped in.

Pashmina (Pashmina), Thursday, 21 September 2006 12:03 (twelve years ago) Permalink

I love that Norman obviously really likes Primal Scream despite his protestations.

Sick Mouthy (Nick Southall), Thursday, 21 September 2006 12:10 (twelve years ago) Permalink

From Bobby's liner notes to the recent Tago Mago reissue, on "jamming" with "the Can":

So there was five of us, Andrew Innes on guitar, me on vocals, Jaki Leibezeit on drums, Michael Karoli on guitar and Liam Gallagher on one finger piano. We jammed our arses off, till five in the morning, hard and heavy on a two-chord Karoli groove, what a night! I'll never forget it. We all fell out of the studio arm-in-arm and walked up the road high and happy, blasted by the magick of Can, The Can!

There's plenty more where that came from as well- I couldn't believe they'd published such utter name-dropping drivel!

Neil Stewart (Neil Stewart), Thursday, 21 September 2006 12:11 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Haha Nick, they are the band I love to hate, I must admit.

Pashmina (Pashmina), Thursday, 21 September 2006 12:13 (twelve years ago) Permalink

But honesty, the sound of the guy's voice is fingernails on a blackboard to me. I cannot stand it.

Pashmina (Pashmina), Thursday, 21 September 2006 12:15 (twelve years ago) Permalink

there's a version of the -- hey, hey -- CANecdote in one of the interviews i parsed.

EARLY-90S MAN (Enrique), Thursday, 21 September 2006 12:19 (twelve years ago) Permalink

blasted by the magick of Can, the Can!

I didn't know he was a Suzi Quatro fan.

Marcello Carlin (nostudium), Thursday, 21 September 2006 13:45 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Ha ha. There's a very good Glasgow word to describe Bobby, A DIDDY.

Am I Re-elected Yet? (Dada), Thursday, 21 September 2006 13:54 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Diddy Gillespie!

Am I Re-elected Yet? (Dada), Thursday, 21 September 2006 13:54 (twelve years ago) Permalink

I didn't know he was a Suzi Quatro fan.

"After spending a week jamming with Quatro, the Scream determined that 'Leather Forever' would be like part of our ten-point plan to wipe out the fascists that dare like cross our path. We have one of Suzi's Leather Tuscadero outfits hanging in the back room of the Scream Team hideout."

Andy_K (Andy_K), Thursday, 21 September 2006 14:02 (twelve years ago) Permalink

"I first met Suzi when I was a 2-year old punk rocker in Detroit in '68. I was hanging out with the '5, tellin' Fred and Wayne and the boys all about Krautrock, even though I hadn't learnt how to talk yet and Krautrock hadn't been invented yet, but, hey, what i rock 'n' roll about if isn't about dreams, suddenly in walked Suzi..."

Am I Re-elected Yet? (Dada), Thursday, 21 September 2006 14:09 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Imagine having to listen to Liam Gallagher playing "one finger piano" all night- the mind boggles.

Neil Stewart (Neil Stewart), Thursday, 21 September 2006 14:12 (twelve years ago) Permalink

imagine the man he calls 'brains'.

EARLY-90S MAN (Enrique), Thursday, 21 September 2006 14:15 (twelve years ago) Permalink

"Oasis call him 'brains'" is the best one, that's classic of teh stupid.

Pashmina (Pashmina), Thursday, 21 September 2006 14:17 (twelve years ago) Permalink

TS: Liam Gallagher playing one finger piano all night vs. John Cale playing one finger piano all night.

Marcello Carlin (nostudium), Thursday, 21 September 2006 14:33 (twelve years ago) Permalink

John Cale pleaded to be allowed to join in but Bobby said no

Am I Re-elected Yet? (Dada), Thursday, 21 September 2006 14:35 (twelve years ago) Permalink

because he didn't own any of his albums yet

Marcello Carlin (nostudium), Thursday, 21 September 2006 14:36 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Of course he did, John gave them to him personally, when he was a 12 year old punk rocker hangin' out at CBGBs with DeeDee and Johnny in 1976

Am I Re-elected Yet? (Dada), Thursday, 21 September 2006 14:39 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Except Ian Hunter nicked them off him three years previously, as described on page 77 of Diary Of A Rock 'N' Roll Star, and substituted the new platters from Poco and Foghat.

Marcello Carlin (nostudium), Thursday, 21 September 2006 14:42 (twelve years ago) Permalink

Deafened by the chorus of "Aye, right" and "Heard it" that would meet his every utterance. I sometimes feel Bobby's been away from Glasgow too long - therefore I insist Boaby G needed to be invented as a counterbalance and to help keep him grounded.

Monica Kindle (Tom D.), Wednesday, 21 November 2018 12:41 (five months ago) Permalink

Whenever I think of Bobby G I remember Justine Frischmann's story about how he was the worst housemate she ever had because he was too paranoid to ever answer the door.

mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Wednesday, 21 November 2018 14:24 (five months ago) Permalink

extremely on-brand

sign up for my waterless urinals webinar (bizarro gazzara), Wednesday, 21 November 2018 14:38 (five months ago) Permalink

In the documentary is it weird that they blipped right over the band's jangly beginnings and went straight to the self-titled record era?

MaresNest, Wednesday, 21 November 2018 14:50 (five months ago) Permalink

Maybe Jim Navajo couldn't be reached at the reservation?

Monica Kindle (Tom D.), Wednesday, 21 November 2018 15:33 (five months ago) Permalink

He gets a tiny mention and they show one pic of the C86 era band, I think.

MaresNest, Wednesday, 21 November 2018 15:36 (five months ago) Permalink

they shd show a picture of the legend! and momus holding hands

mark s, Wednesday, 21 November 2018 15:38 (five months ago) Permalink

to be fair they shd show that in all music documentaries, as a terrible warning

mark s, Wednesday, 21 November 2018 15:39 (five months ago) Permalink

They should have shown this tuneless, polka dotted fop -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsOKV0GY5B8

MaresNest, Wednesday, 21 November 2018 15:50 (five months ago) Permalink

tbf part of the narrative was that Gillespie, Innes, Young & McGee (sounds like a Rangers back four from the early 60s) had all been at school together, whereas Big Jim Beattie, being a Native American, was an outsider. Also Jim Beattie was responsible for most of the music in the original band, I think?

Monica Kindle (Tom D.), Wednesday, 21 November 2018 15:54 (five months ago) Permalink

a more convincing case for the urgent need of an acid house intervention has never been made xp

sign up for my waterless urinals webinar (bizarro gazzara), Wednesday, 21 November 2018 16:12 (five months ago) Permalink

If you can bear to watch to the end of the song (or just scroll past) there's some classic early Bobtalk. "Being in a car crash can be psychedelic... looking at the sea can be psychedelic... having sex can be like a hallucination..."

Tim, Wednesday, 21 November 2018 16:19 (five months ago) Permalink

xp lol dying at bobby's monologue at the end of that clip.

visiting, Wednesday, 21 November 2018 16:24 (five months ago) Permalink

I can't be arsed to watch that vid but I saw them - and played on the Give Us a Break triv machine with them - in late 87 and I think it's probably only the goodness of "Velocity Girl" that gave me the interest to pay any attention until "Loaded" happened

Danton Lok (Noodle Vague), Wednesday, 21 November 2018 16:28 (five months ago) Permalink

I can remember a cousin telling me he was off to see [sic] Primeval Scream at Hudds Poly at some point in about '89 or something. Poor bastard was a metal fan!

calzino, Wednesday, 21 November 2018 16:31 (five months ago) Permalink

I think it's probably only the goodness of "Velocity Girl" that gave me the interest to pay any attention until "Loaded" happened

That's the first 7 years of Primal Scream in a nutshell.

everything, Wednesday, 21 November 2018 19:56 (five months ago) Permalink

If it wasn't for Gillespie's connection with JAMC and for generally being a guy who'd been around for years and knows people, they'd never been given the chance to make any albums or been on the same live circuit as eg. Felt or the Jazz Butcher or the Pastels etc because Primal Scream were a horrible band with no good songs in those days. Creation was put out their records, and Revolving Paint Dream, Biff Bang Pow, Slaughter Joe and others because they were friends of Alan McGee, not because anyone wanted to hear them.

everything, Wednesday, 21 November 2018 20:18 (five months ago) Permalink

> In the documentary is it weird that they blipped right over the band's jangly beginnings and went straight to the self-titled record era?

the recent best-of did exactly the same.

i love sonic flower groove and crystal crescent fwiw. and that second revolving paint dream lp is one of my all-time faves.

koogs, Wednesday, 21 November 2018 22:23 (five months ago) Permalink

the recent best-of did exactly the same.

tbf the recent* one included songs from the first two albums, it was the one before that** which didn't

* March 2004
** November 2003

Bing The Mighty Seat (sic), Wednesday, 21 November 2018 23:07 (five months ago) Permalink

* March 2004 ***

*** Japan only 8)

Ha, "recent"

koogs, Thursday, 22 November 2018 04:47 (five months ago) Permalink

yes, further away from the present than the release was from Loaded :D

Bing The Mighty Seat (sic), Thursday, 22 November 2018 06:45 (five months ago) Permalink

Primal Tap is so OTM. Many Tap-esque moments in this thing..."first thing he ever says to me was what's your favourite Bob Marley b-side", Bobby sniffing the record, McGee undermining the whole concept by saying that with hindsight the released version of the album was the right thing to do, Noel G saying all pre-Screamadelica Creation Records are shit - which would include the first 2 Primal Scream albums, and many, many more. Good laughs in this.

everything, Thursday, 22 November 2018 07:36 (five months ago) Permalink

i saw them live in the Velocity Girl era and they were great, tbf. '86, probably, supporting Julian Cope. They were a six-piece at the time; one guy just played tambourine, but he wore black leather gloves to do it: as the son of a shop steward Boab was a stickler for the health and safety of his employees.

fetter, Thursday, 22 November 2018 10:00 (five months ago) Permalink

I also saw Primal Scream live a couple of times around the time of their first single (they were supporting James and the Blue Aeroplanes, respectively) and yeah, they were perfectly fine indie jangle. Very short sets - they plainly didn't have many songs.

I don't recognise everything's claim that nobody wanted to hear records by the Creation also-rans. Like many other rec labels with a brand identity, plenty of people, self included, bought into the whole Creation aesthetic and would buy pretty much anything released on the label. And that Slaughter Joe single is a belter.

Ward Fowler, Thursday, 22 November 2018 10:29 (five months ago) Permalink

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DPe-2HuApE

mark s, Thursday, 22 November 2018 10:33 (five months ago) Permalink

Slaughter Joe single was popular, relatively, as were Jim Beattie's Primal Scream actually, Biff Bang Pow or Revolving Paint Dream on the other hand - but, hey ho, it was his label after all.

Monica Kindle (Tom D.), Thursday, 22 November 2018 10:33 (five months ago) Permalink

Slaughter joe did go on to run a worthwhile record label too.

Stevolende, Thursday, 22 November 2018 10:59 (five months ago) Permalink

which would include the first 2 Primal Scream albums

fwiw the 1st Primal Scream album wasn't on Creation

Colonel Poo, Thursday, 22 November 2018 13:53 (five months ago) Permalink

So it was on McGee's other label but the point remains that his association with JAMC and Bobby generally being a meme propped them up throughout the early years. Obviously they were liked and had their fans - I was one of them. But even at the time they seemed bad and retrospectively they were so much worse than their peers at the time. And I don't mean bands like the Clouds or the Razorcuts. Got an old flyer for Rooftop Club in Glasgow with the headlining bands for successive Sundays in Sept 1987 - Primal Scream, the Chills, Bambi Slam, Felt/House of Love and The Swans. Primal Scream at the time were not even close to being the equal of most of those bands. Later they were, but not then.

everything, Thursday, 22 November 2018 19:46 (five months ago) Permalink

oh boy the bambi slam were the fucking worst

my name is leee john, for we are many (NickB), Thursday, 22 November 2018 20:35 (five months ago) Permalink

I've completely forgotten who they were ybh.

Monica Kindle (Tom D.), Thursday, 22 November 2018 21:12 (five months ago) Permalink

.. to be honest, not you be honest.

Monica Kindle (Tom D.), Thursday, 22 November 2018 21:12 (five months ago) Permalink

kind of a tune free version of the mary chain with the added feature of someone sawing away at a cello, all swagger and racket sort of thing. think the main guy was canadian?

my name is leee john, for we are many (NickB), Thursday, 22 November 2018 21:29 (five months ago) Permalink

They look kinda gothy. But then the Mary Chain look was sort of modified gothy.

Monica Kindle (Tom D.), Thursday, 22 November 2018 21:31 (five months ago) Permalink

they were definitely goth adjacent! andrew eldritch was their manager for a short while iirc and got them signed to a major

my name is leee john, for we are many (NickB), Thursday, 22 November 2018 21:39 (five months ago) Permalink

Primal Scream at the time were not even close to being the equal of most of those bands. Later they were, but not then.

yes but this is surely what made McGee worthwhile for several years - that he could see potential and nurture it. this is what A&R and label owners should do! it used to take most ppl an album or two to actually get good.

Bing The Mighty Seat (sic), Friday, 23 November 2018 09:01 (four months ago) Permalink

three months pass...

Bob's Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/primalscreamofficial) is a must, for all your rock 'n' roll iconography / radical politics needs.

Don't ever change, big man.

fetter, Tuesday, 26 February 2019 16:27 (one month ago) Permalink

Classic Boab.

Wee boats wobble but they don't fall down (Tom D.), Tuesday, 26 February 2019 18:21 (one month ago) Permalink

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DrZmKBkX4AAnXud.jpg

calzino, Tuesday, 26 February 2019 18:36 (one month ago) Permalink

Bob's Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/primalscreamofficial🕸) is a must...


For real. I love it. Same goes for his partner.

nathom, Tuesday, 26 February 2019 19:15 (one month ago) Permalink

it's good but it's not

https://ksassets.timeincuk.net/wp/uploads/sites/55/2011/06/PrimalScreamWomblesPR170611.jpg

koogs, Tuesday, 26 February 2019 20:20 (one month ago) Permalink

one month passes...

bobby gearing up to let varoufakis have both barrels on why he's wrong about the merits of the mc5 vs the stooges

arli$$ and bible black (bizarro gazzara), Monday, 15 April 2019 11:42 (one week ago) Permalink

varoufakis "hawkwind fan"

About 2 results (0.21 seconds)

mark s, Monday, 15 April 2019 12:13 (one week ago) Permalink

he totally is though

mark s, Monday, 15 April 2019 12:15 (one week ago) Permalink

he has two ears and a heart iirc

arli$$ and bible black (bizarro gazzara), Monday, 15 April 2019 12:17 (one week ago) Permalink

he has a hog he doesn't need that other stuff

mark s, Monday, 15 April 2019 12:18 (one week ago) Permalink

*varoufakis hog throbbing in the background*

arli$$ and bible black (bizarro gazzara), Monday, 15 April 2019 12:20 (one week ago) Permalink

blimey, dave brock cleans up nicely

arli$$ and bible black (bizarro gazzara), Monday, 15 April 2019 12:31 (one week ago) Permalink


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