I think it’s White People’s inherent prudish squareness that makes them get all giddy about "naughty" rapper songs.Ri-Ri (Gammy and Harriet)Riles, Pumpkin, Honey, Sweetie, Rapunzel, Petunia, Riley the Sweet (by Maya)Little Pangers, Niche (by Eric)Super Klutz (by everyone off-screen)Miley Flatshoes, Siley Cashews (by herself in Girl Meets Farkle's Choice)Sweetie (by Maya and Cory in Girl Meets Pluto Morotia M.But for all her acumen, she tends have some ditzy and sometimes scatterbrained moments.For example, in Girl Meets the Forgotten, she thought the Great Depression was called "The Grand Canyon"; in Girl Meets Pluto when she didn't realize that she had dug up the time capsule while she, her parents, Maya, and Shawn were still digging for it in other parts of Mr. Another example, in Girl Meets Cory and Topanga, Riley is adamant about taking a closer look at Jingles the circus clown's flower, unaware that it squirts water.
Her father, Cory Matthews is her ninth grade history teacher at Abigail Adams High School, where Riley interacts with her best friends Maya Hart, Farkle Minkus, and Lucas Friar. Physically, the adolescent Riley is a beautiful young woman; She has a heart-shaped face, a light complexion, and dark brown eyes with matching hair that reaches her mid back; she typically wears her hair down, straight or wavy, but occasionally wears it in a braid, bun, or ponytail.If you go to a club and this fucking song comes on all the White People will literally jump around. Go to a karaoke bar – get the song list – check the rap section – if there’s only one song, this is the song – every fucking time, this is the song.This, like a number of the other rap songs White People love, features prominently sexual themes addressed in a humorous fashion.Having studied White People for 30 years, my authority on the topic is absolute; this list is damn near bullet proof. White Girls in particular love this song because it gives them a chance to playfully reject a male suitor’s advances on the dance floor before blowing him at the end of the night. Unlike most of his peers on this list, the Biz is a guy long deep in the hip hop scene with lots of cred, yet to White People he’ll only ever be that fat funny-looking black guy with the wig who sings bad.I believe there is a law that requires this song be played at every Rock n’ Bowl.
In Girl Meets Legacy, when she, Maya, Lucas, Farkle and Zay dedicate a specially-redesigned bench to the future students at JQAMS, Ms.