Too Short informs you that your girlfriend is “sprung on” (in love with) his dick (“sprung on my dick” is a phrase regularly used in this context)
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“Dig in them cuts” is a crass, carnivorous reference to sex
The gardener analogy is nice though, casting the woman’s uterus as fertile soil in need of attention
Christine: Tooshy, what does that word mean that you call me?
Too Short: “Misdemeanor”, Christine..it’s a crime that is punishable by less than one year in prison
Christine: Do you mean a minimum sentence or a maximum sentence?
Too Short: (fumes, consults Barbri outline)
She’s like another “freak” not bitch.
Joanne, an extraordinarily “fine” (beautiful) young lady, clearly has some commitment issues
Annette is “hella” (meaning “very”; a Bay Area word) “freaky” (sexual), so she’s always ready to make love
The “Annette —> dick —> shit —> bitch” rhyme progression is loosely-structured and brilliant
For more on the unconventional rhymes that dominate rap music, visit Rap Genius University
Although his name is “Too Short”, his “game” (charisma with the ladies) is “long” (plentiful/abundant)
“There’s more to romance than just sex! You kids today don’t know! A caress, some modesty…it can be quite nice!” — Grandma
Tina’s boyfriend had not properly “broken her in”, it seems
Too Short insistently accosted this young lady; he wanted to “get freaky” (make love) because he “loves the funk”, which is a play on words, meaning:
1) He loves funky music
2) He loves the funky aroma of an aroused woman