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I CAN HAVE WHATEVER I LIKE?

Georgie

2008-12-03 01:31:12

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I was going to ask for world peace for Christmas, but that seems like a boring option now that T.I. straight up said I can have "whatever I like" instead. He promised me, seriously. I have proof. Listen to his hit song, "Whatever You Like." You will see for yourself.
He doesn't explicitly mention world peace at all, but he does say I can have a plethora of other "useful" things! Afterall, "it ain't nothin' to drop a couple stacks on me ." A few examples of things I am entitled to (according to one T.I, who has been so courteous as to drop the letter "P" from his rapper name to give props to the original Q-Tip. Thanks, T.I, we probably would have been SO confused!)

1. Patrone on ICE. (Question: is the ice made from filtered water?)
2. A jet to take me anywhere I want to go, presumably to have "late night sex." (Can I also have the antidote to Global Warming? Thanks! Just fly it over in your jet.)
3. 5 million dollar home.
4. Bentleys (PLURAL) as well as 5-6 ("big boy") rides with a body kit.
5. Hundred K deposits.
6. Vacation in the tropics!
7. EVERY bag from ANY store.
8. "Big boy" ice.
9. ANYTHING my heart desires

Not only does he offer me material goods, he compliments me too! I think it's true thug love. He wants my body, he needs my body. I want it? I got it. Go get it, he buy it!
He also loves the way I "drop it." My white girl intuition has often wondered, just what exactly am I "dropping" here? Trou? Hints? But before I can overanalyze any further...BAM! Another compliment. He's telling me me "brain so good, coulda swore I went to college!" That's right, T.I. I paid a lot for you to have an inkling that college was in my past. Now, I know "brain" has a double meaning in the rap world, but I'm going to go ahead and use mine to interpret it as you thinking I'm SMART! Thanks T.I.P!
Comments

Alamir

Alamir

2008-12-03 06:18:03

This made me laugh. I've always had a problem with the fact that he says he "needs your body" followed by him buying whatever you want. Compared to what's on mainstream radio, this one's actually on the more sentimental side. But that doesn't make it alright. However, is it a pretty accurate representation at how certain people look at relationships? I'd argue that I know people who are like this, men and women. I also find the song sexist. But I consider some of the relationships I know of as sexist too. The sexism comes from both sides, so it kind of cancels out for the individuals since they both almost want a sexist partner and it's mutually consensual. But there's no arguing it's materialistic and shallow.

Lilian

Lilian

2008-12-04 03:15:51

Are you a girl or a boy?

Georgie

Georgie

2008-12-04 03:20:34

une fille!

Lilian

Lilian

2008-12-04 04:27:04

Ca c'est que ce que j'ai pense! Are you french too? Or where you from?

Georgie

Georgie

2008-12-04 13:31:09

non, je ne suis pas francais. je habite a vancouver.



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