Tommy and Monica sat in the playground that morning slowly unwrapping and eating bonbons.
“Yuck!”, Monica exclaimed as she spat one to the floor. “I hate the cherry ones.”
Tommy looked up at her as he fumbled to unwrap his next, perplexed.
“Really?”, he questioned. “Those are my favourite.”
Unsurprised by this, Monica smiled with smug satisfaction.
“Of course you do. You like gross things because you’re gross!”
But Tommy paid her no mind, as he was already back to his next bonbon. As he fiddled, Monica noticed that he’d began unwrapping a watermelon-flavored one.
“Gimme that!”, she squealed as she ran over and snagged it from his hand. Before Tommy was even aware of what had happened, she’d gobbled it up and had run back to her spot contentedly.
Monica learned a valuable lesson that day.
Fuck bitches. Get money.
N.b., The origination of the infamous phrase “Fuck bitches; get money” has been fiercely-debated online, as has its place in a modern, gender-equal, gender-neutral world. That said, the rise of hip-hop in pop culture has seen a resurgence of the mentality, albeit oft uttered by those other than the traditionally-inclined.