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Reply #210 posted 11/30/18 3:56pm

Krystalkisses

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oceanblue said:

Don't know, but he was a ho with the women:lol:



Yes but he was still a man, lust us kinda their weakness like how vanity is most women's weakness. His philandering was a turn off personally in my mind but honestly the women's behavior kinda disgusted me too. Just how lots threw themselves at him . Something so undignified about that yuck. But it's hard to judge really alot of it is the environment and fame. It's so easy to get caught up.
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Reply #211 posted 11/30/18 4:13pm

violetcrush

Krystalkisses said:

oceanblue said:

Don't know, but he was a ho with the women:lol:

Yes but he was still a man, lust us kinda their weakness like how vanity is most women's weakness. His philandering was a turn off personally in my mind but honestly the women's behavior kinda disgusted me too. Just how lots threw themselves at him . Something so undignified about that yuck. But it's hard to judge really alot of it is the environment and fame. It's so easy to get caught up.

Right - the women opened their doors, and Prince walked through at his whim. Common for the life of a popular musician, especially one who sang mostly about sex and love. Celebs, models, other musicians, aspiring actresses/musicians, groupies...you name it, they were there and ready to please. He didn't respect those women though, and he used them for fun and sex. Some may have used him too. He wrote about it in songs like Get Off, Gangster Glam and others.

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Unfortunately, he didn't stop the behavior during his more serious relationships, but that temptation is difficult for most non-celebrity men to resist, let alone someone like Prince.

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Reply #212 posted 11/30/18 4:38pm

Krystalkisses

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violetcrush said:



Krystalkisses said:


oceanblue said:

Don't know, but he was a ho with the women:lol:



Yes but he was still a man, lust us kinda their weakness like how vanity is most women's weakness. His philandering was a turn off personally in my mind but honestly the women's behavior kinda disgusted me too. Just how lots threw themselves at him . Something so undignified about that yuck. But it's hard to judge really alot of it is the environment and fame. It's so easy to get caught up.


Right - the women opened their doors, and Prince walked through at his whim. Common for the life of a popular musician, especially one who sang mostly about sex and love. Celebs, models, other musicians, aspiring actresses/musicians, groupies...you name it, they were there and ready to please. He didn't respect those women though, and he used them for fun and sex. Some may have used him too. He wrote about it in songs like Get Off, Gangster Glam and others.


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Unfortunately, he didn't stop the behavior during his more serious relationships, but that temptation is difficult for most non-celebrity men to resist, let alone someone like Prince.



I always would get a mental image of Prince actually whenever I would listen to the song " Just Be Good to me" by SOS band. Like that is how the women mentally go though being a part of the purple harem. People like Sheila and others who knew. I can't imagine being in that situation..that would be way to painful...just the insecurity of the situation.
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Reply #213 posted 11/30/18 7:25pm

violetcrush

Krystalkisses said:

violetcrush said:

Right - the women opened their doors, and Prince walked through at his whim. Common for the life of a popular musician, especially one who sang mostly about sex and love. Celebs, models, other musicians, aspiring actresses/musicians, groupies...you name it, they were there and ready to please. He didn't respect those women though, and he used them for fun and sex. Some may have used him too. He wrote about it in songs like Get Off, Gangster Glam and others.

*

Unfortunately, he didn't stop the behavior during his more serious relationships, but that temptation is difficult for most non-celebrity men to resist, let alone someone like Prince.

I always would get a mental image of Prince actually whenever I would listen to the song " Just Be Good to me" by SOS band. Like that is how the women mentally go though being a part of the purple harem. People like Sheila and others who knew. I can't imagine being in that situation..that would be way to painful...just the insecurity of the situation.

It explains the "on/off" nature of his relationship with Susannah. I believe she put a stop to things and went back to LA at some point before the start of the PR tour - that may have been their first "off" period. Then she was back with him by the end of the tour. Then the big fight/breakup which produced the "Empty Room/Go sessions. Then the engagement. Then her moving out of the house. Then she's back on the Parade tour. Then moving back to LA. Then him chasing her out there for two months. My goodness, talk about a roller coaster ride!!

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Reply #214 posted 11/30/18 7:27pm

rednblue

violetcrush said:

Krystalkisses said:

oceanblue said: Yes but he was still a man, lust us kinda their weakness like how vanity is most women's weakness. His philandering was a turn off personally in my mind but honestly the women's behavior kinda disgusted me too. Just how lots threw themselves at him . Something so undignified about that yuck. But it's hard to judge really alot of it is the environment and fame. It's so easy to get caught up.

Right - the women opened their doors, and Prince walked through at his whim. Common for the life of a popular musician, especially one who sang mostly about sex and love. Celebs, models, other musicians, aspiring actresses/musicians, groupies...you name it, they were there and ready to please. He didn't respect those women though, and he used them for fun and sex. Some may have used him too. He wrote about it in songs like Get Off, Gangster Glam and others.

*

Unfortunately, he didn't stop the behavior during his more serious relationships, but that temptation is difficult for most non-celebrity men to resist, let alone someone like Prince.



Ugh. If true, that's undignified and sad every time, in the case of every disrespectful user. FWIW, I think that when people callously use someone, they disrespect not only that person, but also themselves.

Sorry to be grouchy again. Especially because goodness knows, I'm highly imperfect, and I mess up all the time.

In the end, both Prince and the women went in with eyes open. Given the situation, neither should have expected the other to be faithful.

Yet Prince judges women for this (e.g. in song lyrics), and I've no doubt that women judged Prince. Sad that the women were hurt, and sad that Prince was hurt.

On a happier note, it must be magical for a couple to make music together on stage. What an amazing thing for lovers to perform together as they celebrate with the crowd. Now that's a party, and sometimes, that was a Prince party. : )

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Reply #215 posted 11/30/18 7:44pm

violetcrush

rednblue said:

violetcrush said:

Right - the women opened their doors, and Prince walked through at his whim. Common for the life of a popular musician, especially one who sang mostly about sex and love. Celebs, models, other musicians, aspiring actresses/musicians, groupies...you name it, they were there and ready to please. He didn't respect those women though, and he used them for fun and sex. Some may have used him too. He wrote about it in songs like Get Off, Gangster Glam and others.

*

Unfortunately, he didn't stop the behavior during his more serious relationships, but that temptation is difficult for most non-celebrity men to resist, let alone someone like Prince.



Ugh. If true, that's undignified and sad every time, in the case of every disrespectful user. FWIW, I think that when people callously use someone, they disrespect not only that person, but also themselves.

Sorry to be grouchy again. Especially because goodness knows, I'm highly imperfect, and I mess up all the time.

In the end, both Prince and the women went in with eyes open. Given the situation, neither should have expected the other to be faithful.

Yet Prince judges women for this (e.g. in song lyrics), and I've no doubt that women judged Prince. Sad that the women were hurt, and sad that Prince was hurt.

On a happier note, it must be magical for a couple to make music together on stage. What an amazing thing for lovers to perform together as they celebrate with the crowd. Now that's a party, and sometimes, that was a Prince party. : )

I think the complex issue with Prince and his relationships is that there was a double standard. He expected compete loyalty and monogamy from the woman, however, the same did not apply to him. He wanted his girlfriend sitting and waiting for him to call or come home while he was out and about. During that time, especially the 80's, it was much easier to hide your escapades and whereabouts - no cell phones. I think he used manipulation as well. Wendy stated about the relationship with Susannah, "he would expect her to be faithful, and he would be out womanizing.

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Yes, the performing on stage would have been great. Although, it does bring to mind the iconic 1986 birthday show in Detroit when he had both Susannah and Sheila on stage at the same time for Kiss eek They are on either side of the stage - Susannah on the mic with Wendy, and Sheila on the other side next to Jerome and crew. You can see Sheila looking across the stage. Very interesting dynamic to say the least!

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Reply #216 posted 11/30/18 7:46pm

rednblue

violetcrush said:

Krystalkisses said:

violetcrush said: I always would get a mental image of Prince actually whenever I would listen to the song " Just Be Good to me" by SOS band. Like that is how the women mentally go though being a part of the purple harem. People like Sheila and others who knew. I can't imagine being in that situation..that would be way to painful...just the insecurity of the situation.

It explains the "on/off" nature of his relationship with Susannah. I believe she put a stop to things and went back to LA at some point before the start of the PR tour - that may have been their first "off" period. Then she was back with him by the end of the tour. Then the big fight/breakup which produced the "Empty Room/Go sessions. Then the engagement. Then her moving out of the house. Then she's back on the Parade tour. Then moving back to LA. Then him chasing her out there for two months. My goodness, talk about a roller coaster ride!!


Yes! As you and Krystalkisses describe, just can't imagine the instability, insecurity, and pain.

All the while there was so much love. Like the love you can hear in Empty Room. I adore that song! Isn't it gorgeous? Prince's voice, his guitar...all of it. You can just hear the sadness, love, and longing.

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Reply #217 posted 11/30/18 7:56pm

rednblue

violetcrush said:

rednblue said:



Ugh. If true, that's undignified and sad every time, in the case of every disrespectful user. FWIW, I think that when people callously use someone, they disrespect not only that person, but also themselves.

Sorry to be grouchy again. Especially because goodness knows, I'm highly imperfect, and I mess up all the time.

In the end, both Prince and the women went in with eyes open. Given the situation, neither should have expected the other to be faithful.

Yet Prince judges women for this (e.g. in song lyrics), and I've no doubt that women judged Prince. Sad that the women were hurt, and sad that Prince was hurt.

On a happier note, it must be magical for a couple to make music together on stage. What an amazing thing for lovers to perform together as they celebrate with the crowd. Now that's a party, and sometimes, that was a Prince party. : )

I think the complex issue with Prince and his relationships is that there was a double standard. He expected compete loyalty and monogamy from the woman, however, the same did not apply to him. He wanted his girlfriend sitting and waiting for him to call or come home while he was out and about. During that time, especially the 80's, it was much easier to hide your escapades and whereabouts - no cell phones. I think he used manipulation as well. Wendy stated about the relationship with Susannah, "he would expect her to be faithful, and he would be out womanizing.

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Yes, the performing on stage would have been great. Although, it does bring to mind the iconic 1986 birthday show in Detroit when he had both Susannah and Sheila on stage at the same time for Kiss eek They are on either side of the stage - Susannah on the mic with Wendy, and Sheila on the other side next to Jerome and crew. You can see Sheila looking across the stage. Very interesting dynamic to say the least!



Agree on all points! I should have mentioned that dynamic of multiple lovers performing on stage both with and without (e.g. Vanity 6) him.

I really wanted to end on a happy note, because I'd been so darn grouchy, and more than anything else, I'm grateful for the gifts of the purple artistry. There's so much joy in that! But as your points bring out, the purple world was complex. Layer upon layer of complication, for sure.

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Reply #218 posted 11/30/18 7:57pm

Krystalkisses

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rednblue said:



violetcrush said:




Krystalkisses said:


oceanblue said: Yes but he was still a man, lust us kinda their weakness like how vanity is most women's weakness. His philandering was a turn off personally in my mind but honestly the women's behavior kinda disgusted me too. Just how lots threw themselves at him . Something so undignified about that yuck. But it's hard to judge really alot of it is the environment and fame. It's so easy to get caught up.


Right - the women opened their doors, and Prince walked through at his whim. Common for the life of a popular musician, especially one who sang mostly about sex and love. Celebs, models, other musicians, aspiring actresses/musicians, groupies...you name it, they were there and ready to please. He didn't respect those women though, and he used them for fun and sex. Some may have used him too. He wrote about it in songs like Get Off, Gangster Glam and others.


*


Unfortunately, he didn't stop the behavior during his more serious relationships, but that temptation is difficult for most non-celebrity men to resist, let alone someone like Prince.





Ugh. If true, that's undignified and sad every time, in the case of every disrespectful user. FWIW, I think that when people callously use someone, they disrespect not only that person, but also themselves.

Sorry to be grouchy again. Especially because goodness knows, I'm highly imperfect, and I mess up all the time.

In the end, both Prince and the women went in with eyes open. Given the situation, neither should have expected the other to be faithful.

Yet Prince judges women for this (e.g. in song lyrics), and I've no doubt that women judged Prince. Sad that the women were hurt, and sad that Prince was hurt.

On a happier note, it must be magical for a couple to make music together on stage. What an amazing thing for lovers to perform together as they celebrate with the crowd. Now that's a party, and sometimes, that was a Prince party. : )



Wow, I've actually never even considered that before. I'm sure the endorphin rush onstage and the high afterward was out of this world exciting. I'm sure any lovemaking after a spectacular show must have been intense for such passionate performers.
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Reply #219 posted 11/30/18 7:59pm

violetcrush

rednblue said:

violetcrush said:

It explains the "on/off" nature of his relationship with Susannah. I believe she put a stop to things and went back to LA at some point before the start of the PR tour - that may have been their first "off" period. Then she was back with him by the end of the tour. Then the big fight/breakup which produced the "Empty Room/Go sessions. Then the engagement. Then her moving out of the house. Then she's back on the Parade tour. Then moving back to LA. Then him chasing her out there for two months. My goodness, talk about a roller coaster ride!!


Yes! As you and Krystalkisses describe, just can't imagine the instability, insecurity, and pain.

All the while there was so much love. Like the love you can hear in Empty Room. I adore that song! Isn't it a gorgeous? You can just hear the sadness, love, and longing.

One of my favorites, along with Condition of the Heart, Forever In My Life, NC2U and Adore. For all of the stress and pain he put Susannah through, at least she's got some amazing songs to show for it confused

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Seriously though, it is quite sad that his heartfelt lyrics and amazing music didn't match his actions. I'm sure she and others would have much preferred his loving actions and monogamy over the songs.

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Reply #220 posted 11/30/18 8:02pm

rednblue

Krystalkisses said:

rednblue said:



Ugh. If true, that's undignified and sad every time, in the case of every disrespectful user. FWIW, I think that when people callously use someone, they disrespect not only that person, but also themselves.

Sorry to be grouchy again. Especially because goodness knows, I'm highly imperfect, and I mess up all the time.

In the end, both Prince and the women went in with eyes open. Given the situation, neither should have expected the other to be faithful.

Yet Prince judges women for this (e.g. in song lyrics), and I've no doubt that women judged Prince. Sad that the women were hurt, and sad that Prince was hurt.

On a happier note, it must be magical for a couple to make music together on stage. What an amazing thing for lovers to perform together as they celebrate with the crowd. Now that's a party, and sometimes, that was a Prince party. : )

Wow, I've actually never even considered that before. I'm sure the endorphin rush onstage and the high afterward was out of this world exciting. I'm sure any lovemaking after a spectacular show must have been intense for such passionate performers.


Thanks, Krystal!

Like rapture, I'd imagine. Makes me so happy just to dream that dream. : ) Now THAT's a party, LOL.

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Reply #221 posted 11/30/18 8:07pm

violetcrush

rednblue said:

violetcrush said:

I think the complex issue with Prince and his relationships is that there was a double standard. He expected compete loyalty and monogamy from the woman, however, the same did not apply to him. He wanted his girlfriend sitting and waiting for him to call or come home while he was out and about. During that time, especially the 80's, it was much easier to hide your escapades and whereabouts - no cell phones. I think he used manipulation as well. Wendy stated about the relationship with Susannah, "he would expect her to be faithful, and he would be out womanizing.

*

Yes, the performing on stage would have been great. Although, it does bring to mind the iconic 1986 birthday show in Detroit when he had both Susannah and Sheila on stage at the same time for Kiss eek They are on either side of the stage - Susannah on the mic with Wendy, and Sheila on the other side next to Jerome and crew. You can see Sheila looking across the stage. Very interesting dynamic to say the least!



Agree on all points! I should have mentioned that dynamic of multiple lovers performing on stage both with and without (e.g. Vanity 6) him.

I really wanted to end on a happy note, because I'd been so darn grouchy, and more than anything else, I'm grateful for the gifts of the purple artistry. There's so much joy in that! But as your points bring out, the purple world was complex. Layer upon layer of complication, for sure.

Yes, a happier note is always best! No doubt there was also much fun to be had with Prince too, and it seems he spared no expense for the women he truly cared about or wanted to impress. There were some definite lows, but some really big highs too, based on their accounts.

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Reply #222 posted 11/30/18 8:10pm

violetcrush

rednblue said:

Krystalkisses said:

rednblue said: Wow, I've actually never even considered that before. I'm sure the endorphin rush onstage and the high afterward was out of this world exciting. I'm sure any lovemaking after a spectacular show must have been intense for such passionate performers.


Thanks, Krystal!

Like rapture, I'd imagine. Makes me so happy just to dream that dream. : ) Now THAT's a party, LOL.

Yes, strange dymanics or not....that 1986 birthday show must have been such a magical high for the entire band, Sheila and Susannah. The crowd was huge and showing the love for Prince and the band. Prince was beaming and so happy on stage. One of my favorites to watch biggrin

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Reply #223 posted 11/30/18 8:14pm

rednblue

violetcrush said:

rednblue said:


Yes! As you and Krystalkisses describe, just can't imagine the instability, insecurity, and pain.

All the while there was so much love. Like the love you can hear in Empty Room. I adore that song! Isn't it a gorgeous? You can just hear the sadness, love, and longing.

One of my favorites, along with Condition of the Heart, Forever In My Life, NC2U and Adore. For all of the stress and pain he put Susannah through, at least she's got some amazing songs to show for it confused

*

Seriously though, it is quite sad that his heartfelt lyrics and amazing music didn't match his actions. I'm sure she and others would have much preferred his loving actions and monogamy over the songs.



It must be really painful to love deeply and have the relationship not be sustainable.

What did you think of the video that came out earlier this year with release of 1984 NC2U?

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Reply #224 posted 12/01/18 12:24am

Krystalkisses

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rednblue said:



violetcrush said:




rednblue said:




Yes! As you and Krystalkisses describe, just can't imagine the instability, insecurity, and pain.

All the while there was so much love. Like the love you can hear in Empty Room. I adore that song! Isn't it a gorgeous? You can just hear the sadness, love, and longing.




One of my favorites, along with Condition of the Heart, Forever In My Life, NC2U and Adore. For all of the stress and pain he put Susannah through, at least she's got some amazing songs to show for it confused


*


Seriously though, it is quite sad that his heartfelt lyrics and amazing music didn't match his actions. I'm sure she and others would have much preferred his loving actions and monogamy over the songs.





It must be really painful to love deeply and have the relationship not be sustainable.

What did you think of the video that came out earlier this year with release of 1984 NC2U?



Yes. sad
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Reply #225 posted 12/01/18 7:22am

violetcrush

rednblue said:

violetcrush said:

One of my favorites, along with Condition of the Heart, Forever In My Life, NC2U and Adore. For all of the stress and pain he put Susannah through, at least she's got some amazing songs to show for it confused

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Seriously though, it is quite sad that his heartfelt lyrics and amazing music didn't match his actions. I'm sure she and others would have much preferred his loving actions and monogamy over the songs.



It must be really painful to love deeply and have the relationship not be sustainable.

What did you think of the video that came out earlier this year with release of 1984 NC2U?

I loved the video. The footage was fantastic - a snapshot of that time, all so young and energetic. The interaction between Prince and Wendy was adorable. I'm glad they released the demo, and I thought Prince and Susannah sounded great together. The color footage was great to watch, and I hope they release more of it. I have the black and white footage of the warehouse rehearsal for the 1984 birthday show, which is great, but the color footage is so much better.

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Have you heard the audio of one of the rehearsals with The Revolution where they are all joking around? It's about an hour or so, and it is hilarious. Matt does a Popeye voice and Lisa does a funny bit with the song Stand Back by Stevie Nicks. It's a great moment in time and shows the young band having fun. We get to be a "fly on the wall" during their rehearsal. Love it!!

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Reply #226 posted 12/01/18 7:32pm

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violetcrush said:



rednblue said:




violetcrush said:




One of my favorites, along with Condition of the Heart, Forever In My Life, NC2U and Adore. For all of the stress and pain he put Susannah through, at least she's got some amazing songs to show for it confused


*


Seriously though, it is quite sad that his heartfelt lyrics and amazing music didn't match his actions. I'm sure she and others would have much preferred his loving actions and monogamy over the songs.





It must be really painful to love deeply and have the relationship not be sustainable.

What did you think of the video that came out earlier this year with release of 1984 NC2U?




I loved the video. The footage was fantastic - a snapshot of that time, all so young and energetic. The interaction between Prince and Wendy was adorable. I'm glad they released the demo, and I thought Prince and Susannah sounded great together. The color footage was great to watch, and I hope they release more of it. I have the black and white footage of the warehouse rehearsal for the 1984 birthday show, which is great, but the color footage is so much better.


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Have you heard the audio of one of the rehearsals with The Revolution where they are all joking around? It's about an hour or so, and it is hilarious. Matt does a Popeye voice and Lisa does a funny bit with the song Stand Back by Stevie Nicks. It's a great moment in time and shows the young band having fun. We get to be a "fly on the wall" during their rehearsal. Love it!!



Where can I hear this?
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Reply #227 posted 12/01/18 7:57pm

violetcrush

purplefam99 said:

violetcrush said:



rednblue said:




violetcrush said:




One of my favorites, along with Condition of the Heart, Forever In My Life, NC2U and Adore. For all of the stress and pain he put Susannah through, at least she's got some amazing songs to show for it confused


*


Seriously though, it is quite sad that his heartfelt lyrics and amazing music didn't match his actions. I'm sure she and others would have much preferred his loving actions and monogamy over the songs.





It must be really painful to love deeply and have the relationship not be sustainable.

What did you think of the video that came out earlier this year with release of 1984 NC2U?




I loved the video. The footage was fantastic - a snapshot of that time, all so young and energetic. The interaction between Prince and Wendy was adorable. I'm glad they released the demo, and I thought Prince and Susannah sounded great together. The color footage was great to watch, and I hope they release more of it. I have the black and white footage of the warehouse rehearsal for the 1984 birthday show, which is great, but the color footage is so much better.


*


Have you heard the audio of one of the rehearsals with The Revolution where they are all joking around? It's about an hour or so, and it is hilarious. Matt does a Popeye voice and Lisa does a funny bit with the song Stand Back by Stevie Nicks. It's a great moment in time and shows the young band having fun. We get to be a "fly on the wall" during their rehearsal. Love it!!



Where can I hear this?

It was posted on YT not long after Prince passed, deleted , and recently posted again and then deleted. It is SOOOOO freakin' funny! I laughed so hard I had tears rolling down my face. They were waiting for the guitar tech to fix Wendy's guitar, so it's about 20 min of Matt, Lisa and Wendy goofing off. Good stuff!!
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Reply #228 posted 12/01/18 8:50pm

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he was an ex-skunk... Ask Kirk

And girls, if you wanna to get that lovely tattoo of the sunrise rising out of your ass crack... Gorgeous when you're 20, but when you're 50, it's an octopus chasing a fucking starfish ~ Robin Williams
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Reply #229 posted 12/03/18 1:24pm

violetcrush

Kobe said:

he was an ex-skunk... Ask Kirk


What is an "ex-skunk"??? smile
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Reply #230 posted 12/06/18 8:36pm

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violetcrush said:

Kobe said:

he was an ex-skunk... Ask Kirk

What is an "ex-skunk"??? smile


Either this:




Or that :


The Colors R brighter, the Bond is much tighter
No Child's a failure
Until the Blue Sailboat sails him away from his dreams
Don't Ever Lose, Don't Ever Lose
Don't Ever Lose Your Dreams
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Reply #231 posted 12/07/18 4:58pm

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Kobe said:

he was an ex-skunk... Ask Kirk

mmmm hhmmm

Lost your keys? check princevault..lost your relationhip? check princevault..they have all the answers
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Reply #232 posted 12/07/18 9:31pm

muchtoofast

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rdhull said:



Kobe said:


he was an ex-skunk... Ask Kirk



mmmm hhmmm


Then wouldn’t he be an ex-skunk smoker?
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Reply #233 posted 12/08/18 7:40am

violetcrush

rdhull said:



Kobe said:


he was an ex-skunk... Ask Kirk



mmmm hhmmm


"skunk"
cross breed of Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica. Sativa is the more traditionally smoked outdoor-grown variety which occurs naturally in places like Colombia, Mexico, Thailand and Africa; Indica is a shorter, bushier variety found in Afghanistan. Unlike pure Sativa, the high it gives is slightly heavy, lassitudinous and mongy.
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Really??? With his energy and work ethic he doesn't strike me as someone who would be a regular pot smoker. He sings against it in the song "The Good Life". I guess it's possible that he picked up the habit later on to relieve physical pain.
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Reply #234 posted 12/08/18 8:31am

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Im not talking about weed.

Lost your keys? check princevault..lost your relationhip? check princevault..they have all the answers
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Reply #235 posted 12/08/18 9:49am

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rdhull said:

Im not talking about weed.


Would you mind saying what it is then?

Welcome to "the org", Mumio…they can have you, but I'll have your love in the end nod
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Reply #236 posted 12/08/18 10:36am

violetcrush

rdhull said:

Im not talking about weed.


Well.... ya lost me then. Clarification is needed!!
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Reply #237 posted 12/08/18 10:47am

bonatoc

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Mumio said:

rdhull said:

Im not talking about weed.


Would you mind saying what it is then?


The Get Wild perfume maybe.

The Colors R brighter, the Bond is much tighter
No Child's a failure
Until the Blue Sailboat sails him away from his dreams
Don't Ever Lose, Don't Ever Lose
Don't Ever Lose Your Dreams
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Reply #238 posted 12/08/18 11:21am

rdhull

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I think I have it wrong. You are talking specifically about drugs/party, I thought Kobe meant something else.

Lost your keys? check princevault..lost your relationhip? check princevault..they have all the answers
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Reply #239 posted 12/08/18 11:45am

luvsexy4all

could it be another reference to vagina?

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