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What Iconic Vine Best Describes Your Life Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Even though Vine died out a few years ago, we all still have a real appreciation for the meme value those tiny clips gave us. It’s wild to think about how many classic memes we wouldn’t have today if it weren’t for Vine.

The important question is: what Vine would you be, given the chance? Never fear. We have the answer here. Read your zodiac sign to find out which Vine you are.

Aries (March 21 – April 19)

Instagram: @keniavfit

Aries, given a little leeway, you can be one hell of a spitfire personality. You’re not all about aggression, but with your mix of energy, impatience, and pride, that’s what sometimes comes out. That’s why the John Cena police officer Vine perfectly captures who you are. However, Aries, you’re not the police officer in this scenario. You’re the girl who kicks him.

Instagram: @johncena_yard

Vine

GIRL: F*ck the police.

*Girl kicks policeman from a chair*

NARRATOR: It was at this moment the young girl realized she had just kicked officer JOHN CEEEENAAAA.

Taurus (April 20 – May 20)

Instagram: @littlbrune

The guy asking the girl for her number is your Vine, Taurus. This is less about your independence and grounded nature, and more about your sense of persistence and stubbornness. Because let’s face it, you would argue with someone about their use of the word fat. Especially if there’s a relationship at stake.

Instagram: @ashton.miranda.interested

Vine

GUY: Hey girl lemme get yo’ number.

SAME GUY, BUT WITH A BLONDE WIG AND LIPSTICK: Sorry, I don’t date fat guys.

GUY: That’s okay, I’m not fat, I’M OBESE.

Gemini (May 21 – June 20)

Instagram: @_princessdee

Gemini, you’re expressive and quick-witted, just like pretty much every Vine out there. But your split personality brings to mind the Vine featuring a dog eating a butterfly. Are you the dog? Or are you its owner? For all you know, you could be the butterfly. To be honest, it probably depends on your mood.

Instagram: @pugloversclub

Vine

OWNER: It’s a butterfly, Bentley.

*Pug takes butterfly in its mouth and runs off*

OWNER: NO! NO! BENTLEY! BENTLEY!

Cancer (June 21 – July 22)

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You’re emotional and intuitive, Cancer. People know you for having a complicated personality. Which is why, in another life, you were most likely the Elmo Vine. Chances are, if we caught you on a good day, we’d see you also dressed in an Elmo costume and standing in the snow, suffering an existential crisis.

Instagram: @hypedslaves

Vine

[SONG PLAYS] “La la la la, la la la la, Elmo’s- hello darkness my old friend.”

*Elmo stands lifelessly in the snow as cars drive past*

Leo (July 23 – August 22)

Instagram: @trendy.dreamstienda

To be frank, Leo, with your air of royalty and love of the spotlight, it’s obvious which Vine you are. Remember when Donald Trump followed Hillary Clinton around the stage during the 2016 presidential campaign debates? Put a Jaws theme behind it, and you’ve got your Vine. Sorry not sorry, but you’re definitely Trump in this scenario.

Instagram: @hvcillustration

Vine

*Theme from Jaws plays*

*Trump looms behind Clinton as she speaks on stage*

Virgo (August 23 – September 22)

Instagram: @thatinava_dc

Are you sure you’ve never starred in a Vine before, Virgo? It looks like you’ve got a dopplegänger in the Vine with the mom who dramatically tried to turn off a stereo playing rap music. Even though you’re capable and well-spoken, that doesn’t mean that everything in this world is as refined as you are. Which is why you sometimes have very limited patience, just like this strict mom.

Instagram: @rrivera0875

Vine

*Mom slowly moves towards a stereo playing loud rap music*

MOM: No. NO. NO. TURN THAT OFF. NOO!

Libra (September 23 – October 22)

Instagram: @guaraguaopr

Libra, as a rule, you are kind and gentle, and a lover of beauty, harmony, and peace. Which is why you definitely identify with the contestant who got shredded by Gordon Ramsay on national television. You find it hella difficult to turn people down, so you can get pretty stressed over being rejected yourself. Let’s hope you’re in Gordon Ramsay’s shoes in the future.

Instagram: @dailydoseofgordanramsay

Vine

GORDON RAMSAY: Congratulations-

CONTESTANT: THANK YOUUUUUUUUUUUU!

GORDON RAMSAY: -on the worst dish in this competition so far.

Scorpio (October 23 – November 21)

Instagram: @maryori291

You can be a bit of a mystery at the best of times, Scorpio. If there’s anything anyone knows about you, it’s that when you’re given the chance, you don’t hold back on the insults. You’re a bit more than a little sex-obsessed, which is why you could be either Amanda or her friend in the Vine about Amanda riding horses. At the end of the day, if you’re not getting laid, then you’d like to think you can at least dish some savage one-liners.

Instagram: @pferdenutellaa

Vine

FRIEND: “My name’s Amanda and I ride horses because I can’t ride d*ck.”

AMANDA: *shocked face*

Sagittarius (November 23 – December 21)

Instagram: @chocolate_and_planes

Sagittarius, you’re a curious and energetic sort. Everyone knows you’re the happy-go-lucky, fun-loving type. Which means that once you’ve had a few drinks, you’d take every single, stupid suggestion very seriously. After all, you’ve got to live up to your reputation as an extrovert. And naturally, you’d end up belly-flopping off the top of a wardrobe onto a tabletop, just like the Vine with the frat guy who, well, belly-flops off the top of a wardrobe onto a tabletop.

Instagram: @fitboylars

Vine

FRIEND: “One.”

GUY: *jumps off wardrobe, breaks table, destroys at least twenty drinks*

Capricorn (December 22 – January 20)

Instagram: @the_loveli_coco

The traits that define a Capricorn are ambition, conservativeness, determination, practicality, and helpfulness. Which is why a lot of people see you as the tedious office job type, content with spending your days in a tiny cubicle and battling your way through workplace politics. Life’s not all about that for you, Capricorn. Sometimes you’re like el chico sharing wisdom in the Vine about Mondays.

Instagram: @nutrininjabullet

Vine

“Life is like – you ever get that one feeling where you wanna die, you feel like it’s Monday.”

Aquarius (January 21 – February 18)

Instagram: @lcnba_fashion

Aquarius, you’re intelligent and can be outspoken and opinionated. You’ve got the brainpower to think in the abstract and about practical things. Have you ever seen the Vine about Arkansas? Because that’s pretty much you. Wait, scratch the pretty much. It IS you.

Instagram: @amylattacreations

Vine

NARRATOR: “So I am confusion. Why is this one Kansas, but this one is not Ar-Kansas. America explain! Explain what you mean! ARK-AN-SAW!”

NARRATOR: *gestures angrily at a map of the U.S.*

Pisces (February 19 – March 20)

Instagram: @kga.soto

If anyone was to choose a single word that sums you up, Pisces, it would be soulful. You’re one of those empathetic, intuitive, and artistic types. You experience emotions deeply. If a Vine could be a spirit animal, then yours would be the Vine featuring a dog staring at a toy trapped under a couch. And really, you don’t have to see the Vine know what we’re talking about, do you? You can probably feel the dog’s loss right now.

Instagram: @puppy_unity

Vine

[SONG PLAYS] “Everybody hurrrrrrts, sometimes.”

*dog paws desperately at toy under the couch*


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A Viral Video Of A Family Performing Banda In The Kitchen Is One Of The Best Thanksgiving Videos

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A Viral Video Of A Family Performing Banda In The Kitchen Is One Of The Best Thanksgiving Videos

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The best (and maybe worst) part of the holiday season is spending time with extended family members. It’s not every day you get to see all of your primos, tías, and tíos. Even when there’s drama, you know it’s going to be a good time. Once the booze starts flowing and the comedera starts, a simple dinner becomes a party fast. If you need proof of what I’m talking about, please meet the Prado Family, who took Thanksgiving to the next level and caught it all on camera.

On Thanksgiving, the Prado Family met up to celebrate the holiday, and they recorded themselves lipsyncing to a ranchera song.

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Each family member is playing pretend instruments, from a tortilla drum set to a little boy holding up a mixing bowl pretending it’s a tuba, tequila bottles as horns, an empty water gallons as guitars.  Even the cousins that don’t have instruments played a role in the video as audience members were holding up their cell phones capturing the magical moment.

Shedcci Elisa Prado tweeted the faux music video, and so far, it has been retweeted more than 100,000 and liked almost 600,000. Is that a viral tweet record?

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As soon as the tweet hit social media, the video blew up. Everyone was sharing it and tweeting how much the Prado family reminded them of their own family, or how they wished they could be a part of the Prado family. The video completely encapsulates what the holidays are all about, and more so, the beautiful memories Latino families make when they’re together. 

The funniest thing about how many times this video has been shared is seeing all of the hilarious things people are pointing out about the video. There are so many little things here and there, for example, the drummer is legit the best part, right?

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She really got into her role as the drummer. Her hair is all over the place, and she’s really banging the hell out of those tortillas. That is some next-level commitment.

Wait, the best person in the video has to be the little boy holding the bowl. 

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He’s so in character that we can’t tell if he is falling asleep or is legit following instructions. They probably told him, don’t move and just hold this bowl. He is so cute. Honestly, one of the greatest tubas ever to play.

Now, when the singer begins his part, we could not help but notice all those damn shoes in the back. 

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Is that a Foot Locker in the backroom, or what the hell is going on? There are so many shoe boxes in that room we can’t help but wonder if the Prado family also sells shoes. 

Also, upon further inspection, we couldn’t help but notice that the neighbor is spying on the Prado family. Everybody wants in on this family!

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We, too, can’t help but wish we were part of the Prado family. They’re just having so much fun. While he seems like a peeping neighbor, he is a family member so that’s a good thing.

The tweet made the Prado family so famous that they now have their own Instagram account. 

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You know you love to see it. If you aren’t following @PradoCousins yet, what are you doing with your life? They are delivering the kind of content that made the Twitter famous over the holiday weekend.

Now, please excuse us for being naive on this one, but could this be true? It looks like the viral tweet already landed the Prado family a legit gig.

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Banda Familia Prado — yes, their band name — probably (maybe not) will be performing at the El Agave Night Club in Farmersville, California, on Dec. 7. We’re already booking the next flight out to Fresno. 

But for reals, if you want to show your love to the Prado family, visit their ice cream shop in Boyle Heights.

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“The lead singer and the one with the tequila bottle own this shop!” Shedcci tweeted about her cousin’s dessert shop, La Michoacana, in Boyle Heights. 

If we had to pick the best response to this viral tweet, it has to be this one.

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Yes, we all want to be part of the Prado family, but this lady is straight up looking for some action. Good thing she was set straight. Lady, he is married. Move on. 

We can’t wait to see what other gems the Prado family delivers because Christmas is just around the corner. You cannot leave your fans waiting.

Watch the full performance below!

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#OKBoomer Is The Hashtag Millennials Are Using To Let Baby Boomers Know Their Opinions Aren’t Wanted

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#OKBoomer Is The Hashtag Millennials Are Using To Let Baby Boomers Know Their Opinions Aren’t Wanted

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This country — already divided between liberals and conservatives — is now enduring another division, but this time it’s a generational thing. Young people, who typically get the brunt of being a scapegoat, are calling foul against older people who never get tired of life-splaining. This type of separation is nothing new, the only difference with generational venting is that we now have the internet to help us shout it out from the rooftops. Thanks to memes, TikTok, and hashtags, each message whether valid or not gets punctured into the cultural-sphere and lives there for a week or so and then hibernates until the next internet phenomenon. This week the Boomers are to blame for our societies woes — sort of. 

Before we explain the #OKBoomer hashtag, here’s a breakdown of generational age groups, so you can keep track of the players:

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Here’s where each age group stands. 

  • The Greatest Generation (or GI Generation): Born in 1924 or earlier.
  • The Silent Generation: Born 1925-1945. 
  • Baby Boomers: Born 1946-1964. 
  • Generation X: Born 1965-1976. 
  • Xennials: Born 1977-1984.
  • Millennials: Born 1985-1996.
  • Generation Z: Born 1997-current.

Now back to the drama.

Generation Z has been using the term “Ok Boomer” for a couple of months. Now, the rest of the world has finally caught on thanks to some trendy new merch and Twitter dialogue.

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After discussing the “Ok Boomer” phrase with a Gen Z person in my household, they told me that it’s basically a term that young people are saying in response to old people who think they know better. “It’s like us saying ‘whatever.'”  They added, “we are just making fun of them and everybody.” The sentiment goes a lot deeper than that. 

“The older generations grew up with a certain mindset, and we have a different perspective,” 19-year-old Shannon O’Connor told the New York Times. O’Conner created a very stylish hoodie with the “Ok Boomer” phrase on it, and she sold more than 10,000 sweatshirts. “A lot of them don’t believe in climate change or don’t believe people can get jobs with dyed hair, and a lot of them are stubborn in that view. Teenagers just respond, ‘Ok, boomer.’ It’s like, we’ll prove you wrong, we’re still going to be successful because the world is changing.”

Now some (white) Boomers are getting their panties in a bunch and saying #OkBoomer is like using the N-word. Um… don’t think so, buddy. 

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Yes, “Bob Lonsberry,” a Christian, father, and veteran actually compared “OKBoomer” to the N-word. He just proves some older people need to take a seat and shut up. 

Some have wondered if older Latino people would ever be okay if their kid was flippant enough to dismiss them with that term.

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Latinos on social media said they would never disrespect their elders by saying “OKBoomer” to them. While others shared, Latino Boomers aren’t to blame for today’s societal issues. 

We’re not sure how long “OKBoomer” will last, but just for posterity purposes, here are some of the best #OKBoomer tweets, memes, videos, and songs — there’s a lot out there.

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Where’s the lie?

This little diddy goes to those 65 and older.

It’s pretty catchy and you can dance to it. 

Let’s keep one thing straight: a hashtag isn’t nearly as bad as oppression. 

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Why do Boomers have such thin skin?

Gen Z’ers are bringing up serious issues. 

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This “OKBoomer” trend might seem silly to some, but when you break it down, these young people will be confronted with a new way of life that will be nothing like anyone has ever experienced, including Boomers.

A fight to the death! Or at least a fight on social media. 

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That work of art belongs in the Louvre museum in Paris. 

This Gen Z master should run for president.

Credit: @LouisatheLast / Twitter

Mr. Trump, now that is what you call a good thread. 

If you’re wondering when and how you can use the “OK Boomer” term and tell off your least favorite old person to be quiet, here’s a near-perfect example

The video above features a white older male telling all of Generation Z that their idea of a utopian world is not possible because it’s not sustainable. Yadda Yadda Yadda, “ok boomer.”

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