Thursday, December 26, 2019

The Castelia City Times Analysis - 1189 Words

Hello everyone, Today marks the beginning of a new series of articles I wish to work on, the Castelia City Times. Name is still pending but as of now, thats what Im sticking with. In essence, thisll be a (hopefully) weekly article dedicated to non-Pokemon stuff, be it movies, other games, music, or anything else I feel like sharing with the rest of the League. I was originally planning on starting this series strong with Spider-Man Homecoming and Transformers: The Last Knight reviews, but my laptop was sadly corrupted and I lost those, as well as my will to continue trying this series out up until this point. Hopefully, I can make it up to you this week with a music analysis on one of the greatest rap artists of this era, J-Cole. Now,†¦show more content†¦This leads to the chorus, which is him saying I aint ever did this before, no. He reveals to the listener that at this time, he is a virgin, leaving the listener in suspense as to what his response to the girl might be. This immediately leads us into the second verse, which is him lying to the girl, claiming he has had sex so as to not lose his opportunity. He also uses a brilliant line, But if I told the truth, I knew that Id get played out son/Havent been in pussy since the day I came out one, which is absolutely genius writing. He ends the verse lying once more, being invited to the girls house on Saturday to show his prowess in the sheets. Its at this point that the chorus plays once more, reminding us again that Cole is a virgin. This leads us into the third verse, which is the leadup, and presumably, the act of intercourse. The verse starts off with Cole freaking out and praying to God that he can satisfy this girl and not make a fool out of h imself. We are then taken to the bedroom, where Cole is just about to take out the condom before the girl tells him to be gentle cause, which immediately leads us back to the chorus. Its a classic misdirection, a double entendre where both teens are claiming experience when in reality, theyre

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