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Here, Fam uses the repetition of “Forever, ever?” in his Andre 3000 voice to reference Outkast’s Ms. Jackson line:
‘Bout that crib with the Goodyear swing
On the oak tree, I hope we feel like this forever
Forever, forever, ever, forever, ever
The repetition of “forever” was later used by Kanye West in his song “Diamonds from Sierra Leone”.
This guy just got trolled by the King of Clubs
The Boy ordered 12 bottles — a very expensive purchase — so the promoter made it a big deal in order to please his obviously rich customer.
Other people see this spectacle and wonder if someone famous, such as Diddy, is at this club and start to get excited/freak out because that’s what people do when they see famous people.
Bino also posted a YouTube video called [NO MOUTH EMOJI] — a visual from this screenplay that he used to promote the album.
“Treated” is slang for being dissed or screwed over, which is what happens to Ryan.
The goal of a robbery is to not get caught. To do this they have to make sure nobody knows who they are but Robbery Dude #1 forgets this and shouts out his buddy’s name during all of the commotion.
The woman explains her Northwestern hoodie by saying she is an alumnus of the university — she has graduated and no longer attends the school.
Swank smoothly compliments the girl by saying that this is unlikely since she doesn’t look older than twenty-three (the common ages for undergraduate students are 18-23)
Northwestern University has campuses in Chicago and Evanston, Illinois — a city just northwest of Chicago.
This In-N-Out in the middle of nowhere (on their way to Oakland, CA) is obviously quite a “long way from Chicago” causing this woman’s purple sweatshirt to seem out of place.