I never could understand it, because there were so many other sexual innuendo songs on the radio in the 1960’s that there’s no way the one that was so slurred you couldn’t even understand it well was the one to worry about.
A reminder from not-ancient history:
Pre-Google maps location marker?
If you’re pulling up to the bumper, baby.
A statue of palaeontologist Mary Anning has been unveiled in her hometown of Lyme Regis, Dorset.
Evie Squire, 15, campaigned for four years for the memorial and hundreds of people turned out for the unveiling.
Anning’s discoveries in the early 19th Century helped shape scientific understanding of prehistoric life, but her work was never properly recognised due to the fact she was woman and because of her social status.
“I have no doubt that Secundinus would have been less than amused to see this when he was wandering around the site over 1,700 years ago”.
Do you think he knew Biggus Dickus?