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Paul McCartney’s Danish Friend too Strange

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When the Beatle chose his weird Danish friend Rasper Hooman in 2011, he had hardly realized the consequences of their joint decision on the holiday island Kos to exchange mouthpieces for oboes and French horns once a year at a ceremony. At their first meeting, Hooman became so nervous with the prospect of meeting the world star that, according to his own statement, he spoke coptic with himself on his way to the ceremony.

Interpretation 1: This text focuses on how we know celebrities?

This text focuses on the near-sightedness of celebrities.

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