Made my own Beatles-version of “Guess Who” :3

1. Buy a “Guess Who” game
2. Measure the size of the little cards
3. Put all the pictures you want in a word document (or somewhere else), put them in the right size and print them
4. Take out the original cards and replace them with your pictures
5. Print an extra sheet of your pictures (because both players need to pick one)
6. Done :D


"I stopped being as crazy as I used to be because I want this child to have a father a bit longer. Also with a child around I can realize what it was like to be my father. At the same time, you can relive certain aspects of being a child. You watch them and have all these flashbacks of when you were a kid. It somehow completes the generation thing." - George HarrisonRolling Stone (1987)

"Like my boy’s nine, and he just loves Chuck Berry. When I did that Prince’s Trust concert last June — that was the first time he ever saw me hold a guitar onstage in front of people. He’s got to know a bit about the Beatles, but I’ve never pushed that on him, or tried to say, ‘Look who I used to be.’ I did my two cute songs: ‘Here Comes the Sun’ and ‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps.’ He came back after the show, and I said, ‘What did you think?’ He said, ‘You were good, Dad, you were good [slight pause]. Why didn’t you do "Roll Over Beethoven," "Johnny B. Goode" and "Rock & Roll Music"?’ I said, ‘Dhani, that’s Chuck Berry’s show you’re talking about!"’ - George Harrison, Rolling Stone (1987)

“Dhani would get this right without any problem.”- George Harrison (while trying to figure out a riff)

"While we ate, I constantly had to look at little Dhani. I felt like I had little, seventeen-year-old George from the Hamburg times in front of me. He looked unbelievably like his father, even though his face seemed narrower and his hair was darker. Also he didn’t speak the Liverpool accent his father had at that time spoken heavily. Dhani seemed hyper and talked nineteen to the dozen. George turned to me. ‘I love my little Dhani more than anything… if only he wouldn’t talk so much,’ he whispered.” - Klaus Voormann (translated from his autobiography by thateventuality)

“My dad didn’t have many pals around, and I was his only child, so I was often in the studio with him. We were best friends.”- Dhani Harrison 

'George In The Rain' by Klaus Voormann, Hamburg Days

"The Star-Club was no problem for The Beatles at all. They had played enough places up to that point to feel comfortable in a bigger venue. Sometimes after or while a concert when George felt hungry, he just went out this old cinema, going around the corner for a bite to eat." 

- Klaus Voormann [x] (more of Voormann’s drawings of the Hamburg days at link)