Updated: Apr 24, 2018
Recently, actor Macaulay Culkin appeared on Anna Farris’s podcast, "Anna Farris Is Unqualified". Culkin, now 37, told the story of losing his virginity in detail. The remembrance came in response to a question about what Culkin believed the ideal age would be for his kids to lose their virginity. “I was about 15,” he said of his own experience. “So I think that would be the floor–the youngest I’d be okay with that.” He continued: “It wasn’t gross or weird. We planned it. It was warm and sticky and I thought like, ‘Geez, this is weird. Am I doing it right?’ We listened to the White Album, so there you go. ‘Am I doing it right?…So many new smells, what’s going on?'”
No mention of the lucky girl. And The Beatles (White Album) is not known for a barrage of love songs. Wait! Am I wrong? Let's look. There is “Sexy Sadie” and “Why Don’t We Just Do It In the Road?”. How about "Dear Prudence", "Martha My Dear", "Julia", "Blackbird", "Mother Nature's Son", "Honey Pie", "Don't Pass Me By", and "Long, Long, Long". And a song I wouldn't personally mind playing in the background, "I Will". Ah! There you go.
So, I guess it goes to show, "Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except For Me and My Monkey". (lol). "Cry Baby Cry" from here to "Back In The U.S.S.R." all you want. Oh, "I'm So Tired".