Double-headed monster with a mind of his own
We’ll leave you, dear reader, to guess which two “heads” Ross is referring to..
This also keeps the Greek mythology theme running with the earlier Medusa reference, as the two heads could refer to a hydra, an ancient serpent-like creature that possessed many heads.
In addition to the sexual innuendo, and the Greek mythology reference, “double-headed monster” could be Rick’s acknowledgment of his clever double-entendre in the previous line, and his multi-dimensional writing style as a whole.
Also, the first four bars are subtly sprinkled with words relating to the human anatomy (ass, bone, wrist, head, mind).
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