According to “the real” Mike G, the L’s he is referring to in this line are, in fact, Levi’s jeans
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Big Lips (could be Earl or Earl’s alter-ego) is in the attic with an arm filled with needle holes like that of a heroin addict.
Could also be “Attic Arms” which is a gun shop located in Tennessee.
Another interpretation could be that Big Lips is Earl’s schizo alter-ego (attic = head) and so Earl is telling the girl that Big Lips wants to rape her.
He’s also saying that he is armed (wielding a deadly weapon).
Erick Sermon from Redman’s “Watch Yo' Nugget”
Tyler is on a date. If the “dating game” was really a game, Tyler already knows that he’s going to win (have sex), because [spoiler] he’s going to do it forcibly
The rap industry is also often called “the game”, so Tyler could be using a metaphor about knowing in advance that he’s going to crush this beat/make a good song/dominate rap music
Taken from Earl’s “Pigions”; a point of view also endorsed by influential Facebook investor Peter Thiel
Sample from “Dear Diary” by the Moody Blues
Them drug dealin' boys are often at the forefront of popular fashion and poise, dig?
Can also refer back to the album title “Blackened White”; almost everyone wants a piece of Odd Future swagg
^^ Props to the person up top; back in the day, almost everyone got their influence from drug dealers, including everything from clothes to music, especially music
He’s stating that he gets his swag from the blacks (black people) selling bags of the white (cocaine) Blackened White (title of album)
This outro is sampled in Tyler’s hit song “Yonkers”
Not sampled as it isn’t the same audio, just the same lyrics
Soho is a neighborhood in NYC that has a Bape (Bathing Ape clothing company) store. Baby Milo is one of Bape’s many sub-lines. Tyler is a fan of Bape clothing like his hero Pharrell
Also, Supreme Is on Lafayette street in the SoHo neighborhood.