For the longest time, the narrator has slept with a woman who was "ready to go" , and a woman "who was ready to get dirty" . Now that she's in a new relationship, though, she wants to "treasure" her new lover. She wants him to treat her like a "plain udon," not like "a shortie," and not like the "easy life" guy she used to hang out with. She tells him to "exercise my mature" and not to "pet me like a snot cat." She says she'll get her lover back after this lecture. The narrator tells the audience that he's the one who's been calling her a "shortie" and "the one who suddenly" apologizes for the first time they've had sex. She says that she wishes she could but that she still feels like she is "turning into someone entirely" when he touches her. He tells her to "slap smack ah" and to "get used" to being with him. He says that if she doesn't, he'll keep having sex with her. She's shocked that he can still have women fall for him. She wonders how many concerts she can go to.