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Would you please explain these song lyrics to me?

Asked by JackAdams (6497points) August 23rd, 2008

My Milkshake brings all the boys to the yard,
And their like, “It’s better than yours,”
Damn right, It’s better than yours,
I can teach you, but I’d have to charge…

August 23, 2008, 5:33 PM EDT

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kevbo's avatar

Female A is relating this story to Female B. “Milkshake” is slang for the female body and how it is carried. So Female A is saying, “The boys think I’m hot- hotter than you, in fact. I might show you how to be as hot as me, but I’d have to charge you for the privilege.”

JackAdams's avatar

So “milkshake” isn’t slang for breasts?

August 23, 2008, 5:46 PM EDT

kevbo's avatar

I think it encompasses the overall jiggle factor. See

buster's avatar

Its about a whore and she is talking about how much better her swampy tunnel of love is compared to all the other whores.

stratman37's avatar

good, ‘cause I’m lactose intolerant and I was afraid I’d have to miss the whole thing!

charliecompany34's avatar

@buster: absolutely.
if i can explain slang here, just because breasts at times may indeed produce milk, the fact the rapper uses “milkshake” in her lyrics does not necessarily mean she is talking about breasts. you can understand slangish terms and lyrics only when you understand the context in which it’s used. “my milkshake is better than yours” simply means anything related to female anatomy and overt sexiness and all that men really want is much more hotter than anybody else’s.

why did she use the term milkshake? because it sounded good in her head and the producers head and the next door neighbor’s head. in fact, it just sounded catchy whenever commonfolk heard it. which is the birthplace of slang. it’s urban poetry from street life with a record label.


Hbomb's avatar

Omg y’all are stupid. Milkshake is female ejaculation. I could teach you, but I’d have to charge.

zemookmook's avatar

I do not think this word means what you think it means.

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