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I was mortified when I heard that song as an adult and realized it was about a boner."–Juliemazur "The song talks about 'loving herself' and I genuinely thought she actually loved herself and her body/personality.

Comedy legend Bob Hope was a top star in vaudeville, on Broadway, on radio, in movies, on TV and through decades of USO tours around the world.

He also had one of the longest show-business marriages on record — he was wed to singer Dolores Reade Hope for 69 years until his death at age 100 in 2003. “Hope: Entertainer of the Century,’’ a new biography by Richard Zoglin out Nov.

' I don’t know what was worse, that I didn’t know it and sang along to it while driving the kids, or that a 10-year-old knew it and was now laughing in my face."–vanessam450fe76ea "It's totally about sex.

'Tell him you found somebody who does it better than he can' - also, he starts the song with, 'hey baby girl I’ve been watching you all day, man that thing you got behind you is amazing'."–maddiereneea "When I was 16 my friend told me that 'Follow Me' by Uncle Kracker is about a woman cheating. I don’t know why 'I’m not worried ‘bout the ring you wear ‘cus as long as no one knows then nobody can care' wasn’t obvious enough for me.

H/t to my kid brother for filling me in when I mentioned thinking about singing it at karaoke."–danerkebab "I had no idea 'Fergalicious' by Fergie was about oral at all until this summer (I’m 21). I heard the lines about tasting things and I was like I guess she has some good chapstick or something."–emilys405016583 "This song came out when I was like 12…

Annnnd I didn’t realise it was about sex until three years ago when I was 25."–chelseae4a71020c0"I was young when it came out and I was obsessed with it!

Zoglin quotes former Hope writer Sherwood Schwartz on Hope’s womanizing in the late 1930s: “We’d go to a hotel, I swear to you, outside his room were three, four, five young, beautiful girls, waiting to be picked by him to come in . But some of his affairs were of longer duration, Zoglin writes, and involved higher-profile women, a few of whom he worked with — and who sometimes met unhappy ends: Zoglin writes that Dolores Hope, a devout Catholic who had adopted four children with Hope [seen together in his native England in 1994, above], was “almost certainly’’ aware of his affairs.

Asked by a reporter in 1978 if she thought her husband was “one hundred percent true-blue,’’ she replied, “I doubt it.

Childhood ruined."–ninap4de7d98a9 "When I was little, 'Baby Got Back' was the jam and I never understood why my mom wouldn’t let me listen to it.

I would have to go to my friend’s house to hear it and we would make up dance routines to it.

4, not only casts doubt on whether Hope was ever legally married to the former Dolores De Fina (who died in 2011 at age 102) — it chronicles a long list of his rumored sexual dalliances, some of which went on for years.