Yes, someone had a lot of spare time and decided to use that time wisely.

But first, I'm mentioning The Beatles' "Abbey Road" album because it's an anniversary, of sorts.

Today marks 43 years since the cover photo for Abbey Road was shot outside Abbey Road studios in London.

It was August 8, 1969, and six shots were taken by photographer Ian Macmillan in what would become one of the most iconic album covers of all time.

The photo shoot took less than 10 minutes.

Do you remember what the significance was of how each Beatle is dressed (and other clues to an intriguing myth) on the album jacket?

You do if, like me, you grew up with the Beatles and have your soul indelibly imprinted with Beatles lore.

Or maybe your parents raised you right and you know exactly what I'm referring to.

Share the clues you know (and I'm trusting you won't be a twit and look them up on the internet)!