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Desus & Mero Made It From The Bronx To ‘The Tonight Show’ And They’re Loving Every Minute Of It

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“It’s pretty dope to walk around Target and people are like, ‘Yooooo, you’re that guy!'”

Desus & Mero, the Bronx-bred buddies who have gone from being funny on Twitter to hosting their own show on Viceland, took a trip to Manhattan to join Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show.” Desus & Mero talked about what it’s like to be sorta famous, dealing with random people who recognize them, and how blessed they are to get paid for talking shit about the news while they’re high. Knowing better than to interrupt the duo’s stream-of-consciousness commentary, host Jimmy Fallon turned the segment into an impromptu “Desus & Mero” episode, asking them for their takes on Shark Week, OJ Simpson and pickles. Yes, pickles.

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If You're Sick Of 'Despacito,' This Salt Bae Video Is Clearly The Nail In Its Coffin

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If You’re Sick Of ‘Despacito,’ This Salt Bae Video Is Clearly The Nail In Its Coffin

There’s plenty of people out there who do this the minute they hear Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s mega-hit “Despacito.”

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But for some of us, “Despacito” has become so popular — you hear it at family parties, baseball games, weddings — that you just can’t take it anymore.

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Even when you hear it emanating from a coworker’s headphones, you want to do this:

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The song is definitely reaching the point where you either love it or hate it. If you’re still on the fence, here’s a little clip that will add the final nail in the coffin to “Despacito.”

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Yes, the meat-slapping, fat-trimming, knife-sharpening dude known as Salt Bae found a way to work the song into one of his latest Instagram vids.

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So it appears all that’s left now for “Despacito” is this:

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Goodbye, “Despacito.” You will be missed (not by me).

Wait…

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NOooooOooooOOoooooooo.

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