“You come to supper with ME,”

from F. Scott Fitzgerald – The Great Gatsby (Chapter VI) on Rap Genius

Meaning

The woman has had two highballs and is slightly drunk and now exhibits the old money way of hiding their cruelty, by calling it good manners. Gatsby mistakes it for genuine politeness

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