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The endorphin release associated with tattoo pleasure/pain can be habit-forming

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Nobody can stop you, Wiz

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Wearing loose-fitting shirts is a problem for Wiz because women will take advantage to lift it up and read his tats

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A reference to the Tyga man song “Coconut Juice” (Wiz is no hater)

Wiz rolls his weed, which is lime-colored green, in a Swisher Sweet cigar, demonstrating his avant garde tastes in a game dominated by Philly-brand blunds. If everyone did the same, we might be calling them swishers instead of blunts! Damn, I’m high

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November 21st, 2012

its funny how wiz says this cause he says he hates blunts now and he only smokes papers

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Wiz and Tyga Man, a young protege of Lil Wayne, are in a zero-sum contest to become hip hop’s tattoo king:

Other participants in this contest: Lil Wayne, Birdman, and Tyga’s cousin Travie McCoy

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Wiz gives us a progress report on how close he is to getting his whole body inked up

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White people feel the same way, but use corny words like ‘awesome’

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Black people think Wizzie’s numerous tattoos show his devil-may-care, gangster attitude

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Returning to the body/street art theme, Wiz says his body is covered with so many tattoos it looks like this:

This line is a recycled Wayne line, albeit from an unlikely source: his guest verse in Destiny’s Child’s “Soldier”

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Wiz Khalifa is also known by the name Young Wiz

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Wow. amazing explanation.

Holla, dope explanation.

Think it should be “to go” and not “ago” in this line:

‘600 a pint ago and raised off in the “A” ’

Nice. You really connected the dots for me on getting “left” up North, holla!

Good morning, excellent editors:

I believe the “brick” format is reserved exclusively for low-quality marijuana, while cocaine and higher quality weed is measured in pounds. Gucci is telling us that he sells all of it, regardless of what unit you use to measure your drugs or how they are packaged.

Marhaban kids! Valiant effort explaining this most inarticulate, and some might say, inscrutable rapper!

Two slight quibbles: “In the trap all night with the hard and the soft” I believe ‘hard’ refers to finished crack, and ‘soft’ to the squishy cocaine before it turns to rock. The whole soft/hard division between different types of drugs is very DEA and not very Waka.

My backup is Joell Ortiz, who on his AMAZING freestyle “Nissan, Honda, Chevy” (spoofing Beamer, Benz or Bentley by Lloyd Banks) rhymes “teachers said I’m dumb but I know chemistry/I make that soft get hard” — no homo, Joell! — “and meet my homie chico (?) in the parking lot of Home Depot off Northern Boulevard. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxNhYkQjNAM

Quibble number 2, on the line “pussy keep them Tommy guns”, is more subjective: I think Waka is saying you will not find him or his boys personally lugging around heavy, unsightly Tommy Guns: their bitches do that. From the perspective of a drug dealer, keen on separating himself from incriminating evidence or weapons, this makes sense. Also, it works well as metonymy, as in: “Did you make this delicious risotto? No, the pussy did that.”

If I am right,

Marhaban kids! Valiant effort explaining this most inarticulate, and some might say, inscrutable rapper!

Two slight quibbles: “In the trap all night with the hard and the soft” I believe ‘hard’ refers to finished crack, and ‘soft’ to the squishy cocaine before it turns to rock. The whole soft/hard division between different types of drugs is very DEA and not very Waka.

My backup is Joell Ortiz, who on his AMAZING freestyle “Nissan, Honda, Chevy” (spoofing Beamer, Benz or Bentley by Lloyd Banks) rhymes “teachers said I’m dumb but I know chemistry/I make that soft get hard” — no homo, Joell! — “and meet my homie chico (?) in the parking lot of Home Depot off Northern Boulevard. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxNhYkQjNAM

Quibble number 2, on the line “pussy keep them Tommy guns”, is more subjective: I think Waka is saying you will not find him or his boys personally lugging around heavy, unsightly Tommy Guns: their bitches do that. From the perspective of a drug dealer, keen on separating himself from incriminating evidence or weapons, this makes sense. Also, it works well as metonymy, as in: “Did you make this delicious risotto? No, the pussy did that.”

If I am right,