Wearing beer logos on your hat is a traditionally white trash thing to do, particularly for dads who have nothing else to celebrate but their alcoholic beverage of choice.
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The rich will not come to your aid when you’re in trouble or “a pinch”, the way a friend would regularly.
He starts feeling the physical effects of his breakdown: dizziness, nausea, unable to use his motor functions properly.
His main items of purchase
He tried to keep it on the down low, but could barely make it to the nearby store and back.
Somebody has purchased one of the newest models of the product.
The guarantee and realism don’t mean much when no one else in the field respects the product.
Salesman hawking his product, trying to make it seem ultra-modern and very efficient.
El cuts himself off here, simulating how sales pitches tend to be followed in a structured, systematic order. Emphasizes the emotional vacancy of technology and those who market it.
The idea has been in development for a while now.
It’s a reference to the Hunter S. Thompson quote: “Too weird to live, too rare to die.”
In addition, Vast stopping himself reinforces the idea of evolution heavily present in the song. Much like pigeons who evolve into phoenixes, he stops doing the same thing, changes things up, and in doing so is able to progress.
In other words, the song and video for Michael Jackson are meant to be irreverent and jokey.
Also a reference to fellatio. She’s a biter…