ODB then expresses some confusion with respect to the morality of the situation, but he is able to remedy this by presenting his Cristal brand of champagne, and urging the patrons to disarm themselves, because ODB does not approve of such violence. Continuing, it appears at first that there is some mutual attraction between “Dirty” (ODB) and the female patrons in the establishment; however, it soon becomes apparent to Dirty that the females only wish to use him for a shot at music video stardom. Despite his knowledge of their ulterior motives, ODB’s primary interest remains focused on dancing, and he tries to perpetuate his image as one who should not be taken lightly. He acknowledges a lack of intellectualism, although he claims that this is superseded by his natural charisma.
The females in the establishment start admiring Dirty for his assets, which just causes Dirty to return to the situation at hand: his money. He asks for the females’ assistance in rectifying the situation, and subsequently asks them to expose their nether regions. Dirty finishes off the song with some nonsensical lyrics, that clearly imply his rising anger for the missing money.” —
I friggin love the internet.
Seeing dry-brush used makes me feel bad for the materials. It seems unfulfilling for both the brush and paint, somehow.
Word of the Day:
(noun) A mnemonic to aid in memorizing the digits of pi.
‘Piem’ is a blend of ‘pi’ and ‘poem.’
“There is a form of poetry known as a piem, in which pi’s digits are represented by the number of letters in each word. The best-known piem renders the first fifteen digits of pi as ‘How I want a drink, alcoholic of course, after the heavy chapters involving quantum mechanics.’”
—Try to Remember, The New Yorker, April 4, 2011