The cold comes every season, trick
In the summer we smoke hunnids, my fall comes often evil shit
Flatbush’s references to seasons serve to highlight the repetitive and predictable nature of their lives. Just like how winter comes every year, they seem to go through cyclical bouts of depression. They “fall”, so to speak, and get picked back up again like the changing of the seasons. “Hunnids”, or hundreds, are used to refer to the hundreds of ounces or grams of marijuana they smoke in the good times (summer).
Could refer to length of cigarettes as well.
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