[Editor's Note: Shea Serrano sometimes writes about Why This Song Sucks, and sometimes about his hilarious and poignant life and times. Better put your shoes on because your socks are about to be blown off.]
Let's play a game. It's called “What Famous California Rap Song Does This Drawing Represent?” I just made it up. I wish it had a better name. Maybe something like “Karate Fire!” The only problem is, that wouldn't be very representative. There is zero karate involved, and there is even less fire. If I downloaded an app called Karate Fire! and it was this game, I'd be like, “Aw, man. What the fuck?”
At any rate, here's how “What Famous California Rap Song Does This Drawing Represent?” works:
Below are ten images. They were all drawn with a pen on a piece of notebook paper during a meeting, because I'm not great at paying attention. The pictures are representations of famous rap songs that originated in California. Look at the picture and see if you can guess the song. Underneath the picture is a link to the answer.
If you get it right, give yourself a high-five. If you get it wrong, give yourself a hysterectomy. Entiendes? Orale'. Vamos.
1. Let's start out with an easy one.
2. For the visual learners.
3. I mean, this one is pretty much spoon fed to you, bro.
4. Triple double.
5. This one is only for the most advanced kids.
6. When you come to my town.
7. I mean, come on.
8. A personal favorite. This was my EVERYTHING in middle school.
10. Cute, cute, cute.
Thanks for playing. If you gave yourself more than two hysterectomies, you failed.
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