Hand me down a 50-pack Swisher Sweets box Southern Hospitality by Ludacris (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

“Hand me down” is now used as an order: he wants a pack of Swisher Sweets convenience store cigars (probably for rolling blunts)

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Matt
December 18th, 2012

yes, for blunts (or in this case the end result would be a “swisher” since he is not using Philly Blunts to roll with. The fact that he is getting a 50 pack means that he has plenty of weed and is in no thought of quitting any time soon.

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Hand-me-down flip-flops, hand-me-down socks
Hand-me-down drug dealers hand me down rocks
Southern Hospitality by Ludacris (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

Luda is describing the poor, who wear hand-me-down clothes and — if they sell drugs — have to sell “hand-me-down” bags from the big kahuna; indeed, he could be referring to his own modest upbringing…

Wearing flip-flops with socks is a southern gangster meme btw (it’s so often hot, but not too hot)

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Sleep in a cot'-picking Dirty South bed Southern Hospitality by Ludacris (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

Cot-picking is a play on “cotton-picking,” a euphemism for “motherfucking” (e.g. “Now, wait just a cotton-picking minute!”) and a “cot”, of course, is like a bed

Luda is also contrasting his (presumably luxurious) bed with the (literally) “cotton-picking” bed he would be sleeping in had he been born black in the Dirty South during slavery

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Dirty South mind blowing Dirty South bread Southern Hospitality by Ludacris (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

Ludacris is a dirty mind from the Dirty South (Atlanta)

“Blowing” is used in 3 ways:

1) Ludacris' rhymes are mind-blowing

2) He’s made enough money (“bread”) to “blow” (spend) a lot

3) He’s made enough money to buy (and smoke) a lot of weed

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And you got some big titties with a matching ass Southern Hospitality by Ludacris (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

An insightful pun: girls are always fussing about having their handbag match their shoes, etc…

All a man like Ludacris cares about is if you’ve got boobs that match a round booty! So ladies: skip the mall, hit the gym

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And if they like to juggle, get long john's balls Southern Hospitality by Ludacris (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

Ludacris offers his testicles up for fondling

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Women on their cell making long john calls Southern Hospitality by Ludacris (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

A man makes a “booty” call to get some ass; a girl makes a “long john” call to get some penis

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Pretty-ass clothes, pretty-ass toes
Oh, how I love these pretty-ass hoes
Southern Hospitality by Ludacris (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

An allusion to Outkast’s “How We Love Deez Hoez”:

From the eyes, to the fake nails, down to the toes
Ha ha ha ha, how we love these hoes

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Trillville, ATL swanging, swanging, throwing bows Neva Eva (Get On My Level) by Lil Jon (Ft. East Side Boyz, Lil Scrappy & Trillville)

“Swanging” and “throwing [el]bows” are dance moves; the latter also refers to rapper Ludacris' “Throw dem Bows”

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Most these niggas playing chief will put you straight to the test Neva Eva (Get On My Level) by Lil Jon (Ft. East Side Boyz, Lil Scrappy & Trillville)

Like Homer did with the valiant Hector, here Dirty celebrates his enemies: although they are merely “playing chief” (pretending to be the boss), they prove formidable opponents

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