Thursday, August 6, 2009

#379

"Hundred dollar bill, that's a C-note. You got ten of 'em, then that's a G-note."
- Yung Joc, So Fly by Slim

Nuh-uh... Nope. No such thing as a G-NOTE. You're just holding 10 hundreds.

Filed under: Not something / Stop trying to make up stuff

11 comments:

  1. In terms of music, I'm pretty sure ten "c" notes would never equal a "g" note. It would just be a dumb harmony.

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  2. I was just bottle poppin' myself. It was sparkling water, which makes a slight pop sound when you open it. Probably don't need the shirt, though it was good water.

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  3. There is a $1000 bill; Grover Cleveland's on it. They stopped printing it because it was used by organized crime. Grand, Grover, Gangster: that's a G-note.

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  4. Should be an M note, if he's sticking with the Roman theme.

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  5. damn #3 and #4 both have good arguments. So is he actually being very very creative, or failing basic latin?
    I think this goes deeper than the lyrics!
    But either way, he says "if you got ten of them", which wouldn't be a note at all, considering the word note is from Bank Note, so it really doesn't matter unless you have an actual $1000 bill.

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  6. LOL, at least he can sorta add... C

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  7. If either #3 or #4 are correct, this should be filed under: Way too much time on your hands.

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  8. according to wikipedia, there are still 165,372 1000 dollar bills in circulation

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  9. I think he's just talking about playing the flute here...Joc is a diehard floutist at heart.

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  10. A "G note"= a "G"= a "grand"= $1,000.00

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