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Just by reading this I'm pretty sure its a place worth making a road trip to.
I had the same thought. I have a sister in law in Texas, I will have to keep this place in mind if we visit. I've been to San Antonio once in the early 90s, it seemed like a nice city, and the Riverwalk is cool. Quite humid but that applies to a lot of Texas.
 

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God dammit why won't we let that fucking song die?
Hm, could someone maybe explain its meaning to the non-native English speakers among the audience?
 

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Hm, could someone maybe explain its meaning to the non-native English speakers among the audience?
A song called Milkshake that played incessantly on the radio a decade ago or so.
My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard.
Damn right it's better than yours.
I could teach you but I'd have to charge

Repeat ad nauseum
 

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A song called Milkshake that played incessantly on the radio a decade ago or so.
My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard.
Damn right it's better than yours.
I could teach you but I'd have to charge

Repeat ad nauseum
I'm so glad in barely aware of music released this century.
 

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What they said. Also, it’s euphemistic. The “milkshake” is a disgusting reference to fellatio.
I was never under that impression and am unable to find anything to tell me otherwise. I had always felt it referred to sex appeal specifically or was derived from attractive “jiggle” on a woman.

edit: a little further digging has the artist herself being all coy about it “it can mean whatever you want it to mean!” I.e. not going to talk about it. https://www.delish.com/food/a55361/kelis-milkshake-song-history-and-recipe/ also, this was published on Delish, and I feel like all of the sexual innuendo options are going to be edited.
 

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I had the same thought. I have a sister in law in Texas, I will have to keep this place in mind if we visit. I've been to San Antonio once in the early 90s, it seemed like a nice city, and the Riverwalk is cool. Quite humid but that applies to a lot of Texas.
If you go to San Antonio don’t forget to visit the 4 Spanish missions they have on the outskirts of town. Incredible history.
 

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I was never under that impression and am unable to find anything to tell me otherwise. I had always felt it referred to sex appeal specifically or was derived from attractive “jiggle” on a woman.

edit: a little further digging has the artist herself being all coy about it “it can mean whatever you want it to mean!” I.e. not going to talk about it. https://www.delish.com/food/a55361/kelis-milkshake-song-history-and-recipe/ also, this was published on Delish, and I feel like all of the sexual innuendo options are going to be edited.
I was working at circuit city at the time that song got big. I saw the video like ten million times. I was about ready to shoot out the TVs. The entire thing is fixation on her mouth, and references to frothy beverages. I stand by my analysis.
 

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I was never under that impression and am unable to find anything to tell me otherwise. I had always felt it referred to sex appeal specifically or was derived from attractive “jiggle” on a woman.
That's what I assumed as well. But as 'jiggle' would tough to teach and sexual innuendo is pretty common in the popular music.... But sexual innuendo goes it hardly strikes me as disgusting.
 

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Wearing a mask in public is something you do for the benefit of others, like washing your hands after going to the bathroom. Much like washing hands after going to the bathroom, rude assholes like to ignore it.
I think that's half correct. I also wear a mask in public so if I or my children get hurt the hospital isn't overrun with people with the plague.
 
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