Those Were Different Times #100
Introducing: The Minister's Quartet and their record album "LET ME TOUCH HIM"
11. The Priests Quartet recorded it first.
10. Their second album, "Let Us Douche Her" had minimal success.
9. ...and love him and pet him and squeeze him, right George?
8. The old "Ask, Don't Tell" policy of yesteryear was more than a little flawed.
7.5. Includes the hit, Square Way to Heaven.
7. Originally titled, Let Me Give Him a Prostrate Examination.
6. . In retrospect, Gavin Let, Thomas Me, Dan Touch, & Reginald Him realized they should have stood in a different order, because now it just sounds weird.
5. The minister on the left wears black slacks: a color code indicating he prefers Baptists.
4.5. A collection of not-very-subtle-nor-persuasive auto-suggestive
subliminal-messages for parents whose sons they'd like to molest.
4. The Ministers are a travelling band of thrillseekers who endlessly tour Florida visiting alligator-farms.
3. . . . you already let me sleep in your house.
2. "...and lastly we have suspects #21-24. Was *this* the Quartet that touched you, Timmy?"
1. It made more sense when they were a sextet.