Spuds McKenzie Man's Best Friend by Ice Cube

The former Bud Light mascot and proclaimed “Dean of Partyology”, Spuds MacKenzie was a “party dog” character placed in various advertisements to promote alcohol abuse.

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Cause if you run up and try to play mine
I'd rather have a AK than a fuckin' canine
Man's Best Friend by Ice Cube

When being under attack from various foes, Ice Cube would rather have one of these:

than one of these:

If a dog can’t shoot thirty 7.62×39mm bullets out of his mouth in seven seconds or less, then a dog may not be his first option.

“Canine” sounds like K-9 (as in the K-9 police unit), which is a nice symmetry with “A.K.”

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Just like a jimmy hat's used for protection
I use my nine when suckers start to flexin'
Man's Best Friend by Ice Cube

A “jimmy hat” is better known as a condom, and is used as protection from unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. So just like Ice Cube uses condoms for safe sex, he uses nine millimeter handguns for protection against physical violence.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezjAciNzIWc

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Now remember: it used to be a dog like Lassie Man's Best Friend by Ice Cube

“Lassie” refers to the Rough Collie dog character from the short story, to the novel based on the short story, to the nineteen forty-three film based on the novel, all of which were titled “Lassie Come Home.” Along with this, Lassie, as well as the same dog who played Lassie in the nineteen forty-three movie, appeared in six other MGM films and a television series titled “Lassie”, which was based around the dog’s character from the movies.

So just in-case there’s somebody reading this who doesn’t know who or what Lassie is, you’re welcome.

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So learn a quick lesson, about your Smith and Wesson Man's Best Friend by Ice Cube

Smith and Wesson is one of the most relied upon and noteworthy brand of guns in North America, having been credited with producing many different weapons, particularily “the biggest handgun you can buy”, (according to the popular television show “Manswers”) the Magnum 500.

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She better not be hopin that I blaze like Al Bundy
Cause she's hornier than Peg
Sex Type Thang by Juggaknots

Peg, from the show “Married With Children” is often known to pressure her husband, Al Bundy, into sex. Basically, Breezly Brewin is stating that he hopes that his sex partner doesn’t want him to marry her just because she’s doing the nasty.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUWVU2rM_B4

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Who in the hell teaches you kung fu?
Your master must be an ignorant idiot as well!
We Will Rob You by Raekwon (Ft. GZA, Masta Killa & Slick Rick)

Heavily edited monologue from the movie Shaolin V.S. Lama, in which the villain, during an unofficial match with the protagonist, stops to criticize his opponents fighting skills.

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The Wu-Tang Clan will rise again
There are many of us, all working for the good of the Wu-Tang
Hellz Wind Staff by Wu-Tang Clan (Ft. Streetlife)

This is a monologue from the movie Unbeaten 28, in which the master of the protagonist is having an interaction with the main antagonist before they compete in hand to hand combat.

After most of the verses on this song there is fighting action sounds, its like each clan members verse was like that move, whether it be a punch, kick, block, or combo move on the enemy…(Example=Meth “hold the golden touch like King Midas”…that whole verse was raw enough to block whatever the competition through at him.

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Holllllllld it!
Now you get out of here, I'm warning you
(You bastards can't push us around - wanna fight?)
I'll take you on
R.A.G.U by Ghostface Killah (Ft. Raekwon)

Sample monologue from Bruce Lee’s debut film The Big Boss, A.K.A. Fists of Fury for those who grew up with the film’s original English release. (Not to be confused with Fist of Fury, which was the English translation of the Chinese title for Bruce Lee’s sophomore release. Bruce Lee titles get kind of confusing.) After Bruce Lee’s amulet is broken in a fight between workers and employers, Bruce Lee breaks his promise to never fight again. He Beats down three to four guys and then challenges the supervisors and employers to hand to hand combat, which is where this dialogue comes from.

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M&M chocolate candy flavour Sex Type Thang by Juggaknots

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