Introducing… Mmmmoi

I’m menopausal. I’m married. I’m monogamous. I’m a mom (gasp—a mom who has sexual feelings?—who woulda known). Don’t even mess with me. Dontchu know I’m loco? (Cypress Hill “loco” echo fading into the background, drum kit and keyboard cues up…)

Read me and weep, suckers. ;))

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Insane In The Brain (Cypress Hill) – lyrics:

Who you tryin’ to get crazy with ese?
Don’t you know I’m loco?

To da one on da flamboyant tip
I’ll just toss that ham in the fryin’ pan like spam
Get done when I come and slam
Damn, I feel like the Son of Sam

Don’t make me wreck shit, hectic
Next, get the chair, got me goin’ like General Electric
And the lights are blinkin’, I’m thinkin’
It’s all over when I go out drinkin’

Oh, makin’ my mind slow
That’s why I don’t fuck with the big four, oh
Bro, I got ta’ maintain
‘Cause a nigga like me is goin’ insane

Insane in da membrane
(Insane in da brain)
Insane in da membrane
(Insane in da brain)
Insane in da membrane
(Crazy insane, got no brain)
Insane in da membrane
(Insane in da brain)

Do my shit undercover now it’s time for the blubba
Blabber, to watch that belly get fatter
Fat boy on a diet, don’t try it
I’ll jack yo’ ass like a looter in a riot

My shit’s fat, like a sumo, slammin’ dat ass
Leavin’ yo’ face in the grass

‘Cause you know, I don’t take a dulo, lightly
Punks just jealous cause they can’t outwrite me

Or kick that style, wicked, wild
Happy face nigga never seen me smile
Rip dat mainframe, I’ll explain
A nigga like me is goin’ insane

Insane in da membrane
(Insane in da brain)
Insane in da membrane
(Insane in da brain)
Insane in da membrane
(Crazy insane, got no brain)
Insane in da membrane
(Insane in da brain)Insane in da brain
Insane in da brain
Insane in da brain
Insane in da brain

Like Louie Armstrong, played the trumpet
I’ll hit that bong and break ya off somethin’ soon
I got ta get my props
Cops, come and try to snatch my crops

These pigs wanna blow my house down
Head underground, to the next town
They get mad when they come to raid my pad
And I’m out in the nine-deuce Cad

Yes, I’m the pirate, pilot of this ship
If I get with the ultraviolet dream
Hide from the red light beam
Now do you believe in the unseen?
Look, but don’t make you eyes strain
A nigga like me is goin’ insane

Insane in da membrane
(Insane in da brain)
Insane in da membrane
(Insane in da brain)
Insane in da membrane
(Crazy insane, got no brain)
Insane in da membrane
(Insane in da brain)

Insane in da brain
Insane in da brain
Insane in da brain
Insane in da brain

~ by Cypress Hill

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NB: I don’t drink, I don’t smoke (though I used to do a fair bit of both, back in the day), and no (re: n-word), not attempting to culturally appropriate. I’ve just always loved this song, and it came to mind as a perfect articulation of some of my feelings, when I started this blog. Gratitude to the Hill.

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Unless otherwise stated, all poetry/text is one hundred percent original, created by LiaThePoet, on a whim. Watch out! She’s as fierce as she is slim.

Love,

© Lia The Poet ;))

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p.s. I’m a process and gratitude freak. Can’t bear to ditch original WP-gifted content. Voilà.

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9 thoughts on “Introducing… Mmmmoi

    1. Oh my gosh!! 😂 ❤️ Thank you so much for giving this post some love!!! Means the world to me since it was the base energy of the blog when I started it. :)) Now you’ve made me smile. 😊🙏

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