The olive oil virgin, first press, it's never blended, kid
Bronson makes the holy transition, going from talking about food, to talking about girls.
First, he mentions first-press, extra-virgin olive oil, known to be the purest and most decadent oil, as it comes from the ‘first press’ of the olives, only extracting the juice from one crush. This could be a throwback to the expensive food theme, as this type of olive oil could be used in culinary situations that require perfection.
He then uses his wording to tie this food-related concept to a woman. He compares the girls that he attracts to this olive oil, as they are pure, wholesome and innocent, definitely ‘extra-virgin’.
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