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Thread started 04/30/16 8:00am

nursev

Funny stuff Prince said

"Any dogs in the house?...I know you're nasty...Sing"

Prince use to say such funny stuff...loved his sense of humor giggle
I know you guys have some more lol
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Reply #1 posted 04/30/16 8:02am

OnlyNDaUsa

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U could burn up my clothes Smash up my ride (well maybe not the ride)

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Reply #2 posted 04/30/16 8:04am

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That interview where Damaris woke Prince up was pretty funny, where he says "we shaved her down and taught her how to speak" lol - classic Prince, Johnny on the spot with the jokes.

"You always get the dream that you deserve, from what you value the most" -Prince 2013
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Reply #3 posted 04/30/16 8:09am

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"And even if we're dealin' with that time of the month, it's 4th and goal and I ain't about to punt!"

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Reply #4 posted 04/30/16 8:09am

nursev

OnlyNDaUsa said:

U could burn up my clothes Smash up my ride (well maybe not the ride)



falloff one of my favs
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Reply #5 posted 04/30/16 8:10am

nursev

leadline said:

That interview where Damaris woke Prince up was pretty funny, where he says "we shaved her down and taught her how to speak" lol - classic Prince, Johnny on the spot with the jokes.




what...omg falloff
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Reply #6 posted 04/30/16 8:11am

nursev

SquirrelMeat said:

"And even if we're dealin' with that time of the month, it's 4th and goal and I ain't about to punt!"




eek eek giggle
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Reply #7 posted 04/30/16 8:17am

RogerRoger

Prince to the crowd: "knock knock!"

The crowd: "who's there?"

Prince: "Joe.."

The crowd: "Joe who?"

Prince: "Joe (yo) mama!"

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I loved his goofy humor

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Reply #8 posted 04/30/16 8:19am

CynicKill

"When you want to buy a Sam Cooke record where do you go?"

"A wrecka stow".

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Reply #9 posted 04/30/16 8:20am

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nursev said:

SquirrelMeat said:

"And even if we're dealin' with that time of the month, it's 4th and goal and I ain't about to punt!"




eek eek giggle


Its from "acknowledge me" off of the crystal ball collection. smile
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Reply #10 posted 04/30/16 8:21am

RogerRoger

From Owen Husney:

"Prince always had to have music on loud all night.

It was the only way he could sleep.

I remember in San Francisco, he was sound asleep, the clock radio is blaring at 4 in the morning.

I reached over and hit the off button.

He shot up and said, “Never, ever turn off the radio. Music soothes the savage beast.”

He hits the radio and turns it back on, and he’s sound asleep."

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Reply #11 posted 04/30/16 8:28am

OnlyNDaUsa

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RogerRoger said:

Prince to the crowd: "knock knock!"

The crowd: "who's there?"

Prince: "Joe.."

The crowd: "Joe who?"

Prince: "Joe (yo) mama!"

biggrin

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I loved his goofy humor

from the Small Club 2nd show that night..at "Het Paard van Troje" in The Hague, The Netherlands 08/19/1988

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Reply #12 posted 04/30/16 8:28am

RogerRoger

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Reply #13 posted 04/30/16 8:42am

GottaLetitgo

So many lines in UTCM:

(Prince walks in, says in fancy voice to the butler): "Hi Fritzie, remember me."

(Prince playing with bath toys, crashes one into the water): "Auuugggghhh....Facist!"

Prince's "My brother" routine with Jerome

Prince: "I ain't afraid of s*it!"

jerome: "Are you afraid of bats!" (points to bats on the ceiling, both run out screaming

So much more intentional humor than the movie is given credit for.

All good things they say never last...
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Reply #14 posted 04/30/16 8:52am

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One thing he said that I think got lost on the host, was when he was on Rosie O'Donnell's talk show. (I loved that show.) She was joking and calling him TAFKAP or Taffy. I think he might have been a tad embarrassed about it all, because his name change was bigger for him than a joke.

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She called him Taffy, and he said "You know what that rhymes with don't you?" She went through half the alphabet trying to figure it out. She finally gave in. "What does it rhyme with?" "Goodnight!"

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To me, it was a tad bit of gentle shade in that "you best move on, heifer". It didn't seem like she or the audience got the joke, but needless to say, she moved onto another subject.

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Also, if memory serves, there was an interview somewhere (maybe that one in Paris in 1985?) where he's talking about calling Andre Cymone up, because he's written "Dance Electric". He had his "throw me out onto the streets huh?" thing in his voice when he said he told Andre "You need this. You neeed dis. Dis a hit. You need dis!"

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Reply #15 posted 04/30/16 9:01am

OnlyNDaUsa

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TrivialPursuit said:

One thing he said that I think got lost on the host, was when he was on Rosie O'Donnell's talk show. (I loved that show.) She was joking and calling him TAFKAP or Taffy. I think he might have been a tad embarrassed about it all, because his name change was bigger for him than a joke.

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She called him Taffy, and he said "You know what that rhymes with don't you?" She went through half the alphabet trying to figure it out. She finally gave in. "What does it rhyme with?" "Goodnight!"

.

To me, it was a tad bit of gentle shade in that "you best move on, heifer". It didn't seem like she or the audience got the joke, but needless to say, she moved onto another subject.

.

Also, if memory serves, there was an interview somewhere (maybe that one in Paris in 1985?) where he's talking about calling Andre Cymone up, because he's written "Dance Electric". He had his "throw me out onto the streets huh?" thing in his voice when he said he told Andre "You need this. You neeed dis. Dis a hit. You need dis!"

yes it was from what became the 1985 MTV interview. And he saw him at a disco... you know I got this hit... it's funky...don't walk away you not crazy (like from if you see me)... i;m crazy... come over? about noon? you ani't mad? Cool... (but it's neen 20 years since i saw it)




i found a transscript: (not sure it is 100%)

You gave Andre Cymone the song, "Dance Electric," for his new album, and we know that you two had some kind of falling out a few years back. When and how did you patch things up?

I saw him in a discotheque one night and grabbed him by his shirt and said, [at this point, Prince reenacts the scene down to the last facial gesture], "Come on, I got this hit. You know I got this hit, don't you? "Dance Electric"? Yeah, it's great. You need it, you need it. no... Hey, come here, don't you play, hey, no, no, no you're not crazy, I'm crazy. I'm the one that's crazy, K? What chu gonna do? You gonna come by? For real? You ain't mad or nothing? So what? Yeah tomorrow. Noon. Cool."



[Edited 4/30/16 9:04am]

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Reply #16 posted 04/30/16 9:05am

nursev

irresistiblebitch666 said:

nursev said:




eek eek giggle


Its from "acknowledge me" off of the crystal ball collection. smile


will listen to it later lol
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Reply #17 posted 04/30/16 9:06am

nursev

RogerRoger said:





From Owen Husney:


"Prince always had to have music on loud all night.


It was the only way he could sleep.


I remember in San Francisco, he was sound asleep, the clock radio is blaring at 4 in the morning.


I reached over and hit the off button.


He shot up and said, “Never, ever turn off the radio. Music soothes the savage beast.”


He hits the radio and turns it back on, and he’s sound asleep."







omg falloff I could see him doing this too
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Reply #18 posted 04/30/16 9:10am

FunkiestOne

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Reply #19 posted 04/30/16 9:13am

TrivialPursuit

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RogerRoger said:

From Owen Husney:

"Prince always had to have music on loud all night.

It was the only way he could sleep.

I remember in San Francisco, he was sound asleep, the clock radio is blaring at 4 in the morning.

I reached over and hit the off button.

He shot up and said, “Never, ever turn off the radio. Music soothes the savage beast.”

He hits the radio and turns it back on, and he’s sound asleep."

I once stayed over at a guy's house (yeah, I was hookin' up - don't judge). And he said, "I listen to music to go to sleep. Is that ok?" I thought 'you're going to do it anyway, why you asking?'. I said "Sure." This dude puts on PATTY FREAKING LABELLE, turned up! It was her Flame album (which, therein lies another joke about two dudes falling asleep to an album called Flame, but let's not go there). I laid there for a good 45 minutes, while he snored over Patti wailing at the top of her lungs. Eventually, he woke from his sleep, reached down and unplugged the CD player, and went back to sleep. And finally, I did too.

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I went home the next day, and never talked to him again.

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Reply #20 posted 04/30/16 9:14am

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RogerRoger said:

Prince to the crowd: "knock knock!"

The crowd: "who's there?"

Prince: "Joe.."

The crowd: "Joe who?"

Prince: "Joe (yo) mama!"

biggrin

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I loved his goofy humor

haha. I always loved that one too.

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Reply #21 posted 04/30/16 9:17am

OnlyNDaUsa

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Oh shit, my hat done fell off

Oh, somebody gonna see my bald spot ~ Cloreen Baconskin


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Reply #22 posted 04/30/16 9:26am

AnonymousFan

TrivialPursuit said:

One thing he said that I think got lost on the host, was when he was on Rosie O'Donnell's talk show. (I loved that show.) She was joking and calling him TAFKAP or Taffy. I think he might have been a tad embarrassed about it all, because his name change was bigger for him than a joke.

.

She called him Taffy, and he said "You know what that rhymes with don't you?" She went through half the alphabet trying to figure it out. She finally gave in. "What does it rhyme with?" "Goodnight!"

.

To me, it was a tad bit of gentle shade in that "you best move on, heifer". It didn't seem like she or the audience got the joke, but needless to say, she moved onto another subject.

.

Also, if memory serves, there was an interview somewhere (maybe that one in Paris in 1985?) where he's talking about calling Andre Cymone up, because he's written "Dance Electric". He had his "throw me out onto the streets huh?" thing in his voice when he said he told Andre "You need this. You neeed dis. Dis a hit. You need dis!"

But... WHAT RHYMES WITH "TAFFY"?!?!?!?!?!

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Reply #23 posted 04/30/16 9:32am

Grog

His medley of "Beggin' Woman" and "Three Handed Woman" makes me laugh. Here's a snippet.

She's a cockeyed woman too
She look both ways at the same time
I don't know what she's lookin at
I just know I'm gettin' tired of trying

Listen...
She ask me for the pepper
When she lookin' at the salt
Everytime I try to guess right,it's always little
Prince's fault

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She's three handed too
She know just what to do
She's right handed,left handed,and under handed too

With her right hand she'll enbrace you
While her left hand dims the lights
All the time she's rehearsing
For another date she got tomorrow night



Lire la suite: http://www.greatsong.net/...86473.html



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Reply #24 posted 04/30/16 10:11am

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"Cloreen, I wanna talk to ya

Cloreen, oh Lord

Cloreen, you're the ugliest woman that I've ever seen

I'm not jivin'

Baby, there's one thing

The Lord loves and that's the truth

And baby, you one ugly motherfucker

I'm not lyin' to ya

You know the Lord loves the truth, don't ya?"

If a man is considered guilty
For what goes on in his mind
Then give me the electric chair
For all my future crimes"
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Reply #25 posted 04/30/16 10:19am

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This is the kind of thread we need here. cool thumbs up!

"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything." --Plato
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Reply #26 posted 04/30/16 10:44am

nursev

Grog said:

His medley of "Beggin' Woman" and "Three Handed Woman" makes me laugh. Here's a snippet.

She's a cockeyed woman too
She look both ways at the same time
I don't know what she's lookin at
I just know I'm gettin' tired of trying

Listen...
She ask me for the pepper
When she lookin' at the salt
Everytime I try to guess right,it's always little
Prince's fault

------

She's three handed too
She know just what to do
She's right handed,left handed,and under handed too

With her right hand she'll enbrace you
While her left hand dims the lights
All the time she's rehearsing
For another date she got tomorrow night



Lire la suite: http://www.greatsong.net/...86473.html



Hilarious...and we all know who he was talking about falloff

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Reply #27 posted 04/30/16 10:44am

nursev

wouldntulove2loveme said:

"Cloreen, I wanna talk to ya

Cloreen, oh Lord

Cloreen, you're the ugliest woman that I've ever seen

I'm not jivin'

Baby, there's one thing

The Lord loves and that's the truth

And baby, you one ugly motherfucker

I'm not lyin' to ya

You know the Lord loves the truth, don't ya?"

Damn falloff

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Reply #28 posted 04/30/16 10:45am

nursev

purplethunder3121 said:

This is the kind of thread we need here. cool thumbs up!

hug

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Reply #29 posted 04/30/16 11:14am

OnlyNDaUsa

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how about the song "work that fat"

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