I'm royal when I flush, your highest hush'll get mushed
Like a sleigh dog, I slay dogs who are under me
I'm over men; call me Doberman, cause I'm a Pinscher of pennies
The metaphor moves fast here. The pun on “royal flush” is out of place, but then we get an extended riff on dogs — hush puppies, mushing sleigh dogs, a pun referring to how Y-Not “slays dogs”, and then a pun on the Doberman “pincher.” And what is Ynot pinching? Pennies, of course, referring to both his tightfistedness and his sexualized flirting with women — possible referents include Bond’s Moneypenny and Janet Jackson’s character from Good Times.
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