hot girl bummer lyrics
hot girl bummer
- Fuck you, and you, and you
I hate your friends and...:
I’m standing on top of this couch at the club. I’m like, fuck you to everybody. They’re like, I hate you. Whatever. It’s a whole thing. It’s a big fuck you fest, a big dick size judging contest almost. I fall victim to that. Also, it’s almost like when you’re in a relationship and the person is like, “I hate your friends,” it’s okay, I hate them too. It’s almost my relationship with society in a way. Not society even, just culture in a way. Where it’s like I need you, culture. You know what I mean? I need you, but at the same time it’s fuck you.
- I'm through, I'm through, I'm ...:
I wouldn’t even say it’s an anti anything. It’s anti-self. It’s anti-me. It’s anti a part of me that I don’t even like really. It’s my needing and longing to be super cool guy. Yeah. It’s kind of like a fuck you to myself. Turn it up and throw a tantrum honestly almost feels sarcastic in a way. It’s like here’s this big fuck you, turn it up, brother. But mute that shit.
- This that throw up in your Birkin bag:
I think part of this song, the reason I started a lot of the words with this that is this that mood, this that vibe. I’m going to paint this picture for you and this is that you might think it’s this, that, but it’s really this that throw up in a Birkin bag, hook up with someone random, I mean my girlfriend actually had a friend that threw up in her Fendi bag, like the one with the puppet face on it. I don’t know, it’s like a Muppet or something on the bag. They’re really expensive and I can’t imagine you could get that dry cleaned after or whatever. It was in an Uber or something. And so I think that’s what inspired, an actual true story of just stuff I hear around just in society today I hear things about, you know, people throwing up in Ubers and all this stuff and you get banned from Uber.
- This that social awkward suicide
That bite your ...:
It’s just kind of what I’m seeing all the time. I get filler in my face and stuff. I have no shame about that stuff. I got lines because I smoke cigarettes. I get smoker lines. I get filler, too. It’s part of the day and age we’re in. A lot of this stuff I relate to and it’s in my own life and it’s happening. Socially awkward, that’s me. I think people say the term social suicide, so I just kind of was like, no, mine is social awkward suicide. You know what I mean? It’s different. It’s just like this, that. This, that. Social awkward suicide, bite your lips, buy your likes. They’re for sale now. You can. Shit hit different when it’s Thursday night. Everybody knows it’s on and popping on Sunset on Thursday.
- That college dropout music
Everyday leg day, she ...:
That’s cool that you think it’s Kanye because Kanye is cool, man. No. I think it’s just college dropout music, it’s kind of empowering people in a way. None of this stuff is that bad. I am a part of this and I do get dragged out to the club. I do spend this money on these tables and all this stuff. I did drop out of school. So did some of the biggest billionaires in the world. Steve Jobs. Bill Gates. A bunch of people dropped out of school. I think when I go to the gym, a lot of days are chest days and a lot of days are arm days. I don’t do enough leg days. I think it goes the same thing for females. Maybe they don’t do as much arms or whatever it is. That’s just the view on it.
- And my friends are all annoying
But we go dumb, ...:
The line, my friends are so annoying, it’s kind of something I hear all the time and I see all the time, where it’s like, oh my God, my friends are so dumb, I hate them. But I love them. It’s something you hear when somebody is drunk or something. I hate my friends. They’re so annoying. It’s your best friends. It’s a thing that’s said nowadays, which is cool because people is honest. Yeah. I think that’s what it all means. We go dumb, we go stupid. It’s like I hate my friends, but we go off. It’s lit.
- This that 10K on the table just so we can be ...:
I spent 10K on a table. I’ve heard rumors that they dilute the vodka so that they can use half the bottle or whatever it is. I don’t know how they do it. I definitely. When I do go to the club, I have to get my section because I don’t want to go to somebody else’s table and drink they bottles or whatever it is. I actually don’t even drink. Almost three years now I haven’t drank. My last few experiences with the club have been I’m buying all these bottles for other people to have fun and I’m standing up on a couch of whatever, even though you’re not supposed to stand on the couches, but everybody does. You’re just saying fuck you to all these people, but you need them there. Them people, you need them people there to feed your validation, your ego. I don’t know. I’m just kind of poking fun at myself this whole song really. That’s what it’s really about, the whole thing.
- One more line, I'm superhuman:
That’s a double entendre. For this one, I just wanted to for the last line talk about one more line, I’m super human. Obviously, that could be a drug reference, too. It could be a drug reference or it could just mean the last line of the verse.
- They can't box me in, I'm too left:
The first verse is kind of from a female’s perspective, talking about the purses and all that. And then the second verse is kind of from the guy’s perspective. So that’s how the song’s set up. s. It’s things I’m hearing people say all the time, just, like, “I’m too left. You can’t box me in. You can’t fit me in a Trojan.” You know what I mean? Like, this Magnum baby, you know, it’s on site.
- This that drip, it's more like oceans:
This that drip is more like oceans. I just hear, like, the drip. People talk about the drip, you know what I mean? The drip is in you. It’s not on you. The drip, you know what I mean? Hearing things like that, left and right.
- Out of pocket, but I'm always in my bag:
I’m hearing things like, “Out of pocket,” is one. But, “In my bag,” is one too. So, I don’t know if I’m in my pockets or if that’s not right. Should I be in my pockets? Should I be in my bag? I don’t know what to do with my hands. You know what I’m saying? So that’s what that’s about.
- I'm pullin' up wit' a emo chick ...:
In today’s age, I know a lot of people that think it’s very cool to be depressed, and, like, I kind of do that. You know, on my Twitter, you read it, it’s like, I might’ve been happy that day, but I’m like, “I’ll die waiting for you.” I’m pulling up with that cool, sad girl. It’s like a vibe now. It’s cool to give off that vibe, like, I’m mysterious, but I’m like suicidal or something.
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