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Baby Sis Roasts Her Hermana At Her Quinceañera In A Stand-Up Routine Some Siblings Will Feel Is All Too Real

No one will ride for you — or roast you — like your sibling. This older hermana learned that during her quinceñera, where her baby sis performed a stand-up and made her the butt of every joke.

Natasha may have been the star of the evening during her quince in San Jose, Calif. back in 2016, but a video making the rounds on the Internet shows that her little sis Aneesha is the one who stole the show. While Natasha sat in her white, puffy gown and tiara, baby sis, then 11, spit  wisecracks on a mic right beside her.

“Her closet, it’s as if you have just entered Nordstrom. She has all the new clothes. All her clothes are in season. All her clothes are sparkly, glittery, the prettiest things you’ve ever seen. You enter mine, and it’s like a goodwill,” Aneesha said as the room of family and friends erupted in laughter.

If you’re a younger sibling, you know the pain of watching the eldest in the family get new garbs while you’re tossed the stretched-out, out-of-season clothing and sneakers they need to get rid of to make space for their fresh new wardrobe.

“Every single piece of clothing that I have, whether it’s a pair of pants, whether it’s a T-shirt, whether it’s underwear – it has been worn by this girl,” Aneesha said, delivering each joke with on-point comedic timing.

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While the sisters, who are Nicaraguan-Indian, are just three years apart, Aneesha frustratingly quipped that she has to wait seven years to wear her older sister’s clothes because she’s so much taller than her.

“Have you seen her height,” Aneesha asked. “She’s like that character from ‘Jack And The Beanstalk’… not the giant, the beanstalk,” she joked, as her sister, embarrassed, threw her head in her hands.

Then, Aneesha ended her nearly-four-minute performance with a banger: “You don’t need to come to my quinceañera. You already know what I’m gonna wear,” she said hilariously.

According to the girls’ dad, Rajiv, he and Aneesha worked on the jokes together, but ultimately the young jokester was the real brain and talent.

Aneesha, who carried the crowd effortlessly with the flow of her family-friendly quips, didn’t even rehearse before taking the stage.

“She is a natural, she is a savage, she is fun to be around,” Rajiv said. “She insults people without hurting them. I bear the brunt of most of her jokes!”

Read: Some Texas Teens Are About To Get Very Political At Their Quinces and Here’s Why

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Gov. Newsom And California Lawmakers Unveil Stimulus Checks, Relief For Undocumented Residents

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Gov. Newsom And California Lawmakers Unveil Stimulus Checks, Relief For Undocumented Residents

Americans are still waiting for the $1,400 check from the federal government to make good on the $2,000 promise In the meantime, some Californians will get extra help from the state government. Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a $9.6 billion stimulus package for state residents and undocumented people.

Low-income Californians will be eligible for a $600 stimulus check from the state government.

Gov. Newsom and California lawmakers have agreed on a $9.6 billion relief package for the Golden State. The relief package is offering much needed relief to businesses, individuals, and students. The relief will come to Californians in different ways.

According to a statement, the package is making good on the promise to help low-income Californians, increase small business aid, and waive license renewal fees for businesses impacted by the pandemic. In addition, the package “provides tax relief for businesses, commits additional resources for critical child care services and funds emergency financial aid for community college students.”

The relief package is aimed at helping those who are hardest hit by the pandemic.

“As we continue to fight the pandemic and recover, I’m grateful for the Legislature’s partnership to provide urgent relief and support for California families and small businesses where it’s needed most,” Gov. Newsom said in a statement. “From child care, relief for small business owners, direct cash support to individuals, financial aid for community college students and more, these actions are critical for millions of Californians who embody the resilience of the California spirit.”

The package will quadruple the assistance to restaurants and small businesses in California. Small businesses and restaurants will be eligible for $25,000 in grants from a $2 billion fund.

Undocumented Californians will also receive a boost from the state government.

Low-income Californians will receive a one-time payment of $600 while undocumented people will be given a $600 boost. The money will be sent to tax-paying undocumented people in California.

According to the California Budget & Policy Center, undocumented people in California pay $3 billion a year in local and state taxes. Despite paying taxes, the undocumented community has not been ineligible for relief payments from the federal government. These payments will give needed relief to a community overlooked throughout the pandemic.

“We’re nearly a year into this pandemic, and millions of Californians continue to feel the impact on their wallets and bottom lines. Businesses are struggling. People are having a hard time making ends meet. This agreement builds on Governor Newsom’s proposal and in many ways, enhances it so that we can provide the kind of immediate emergency relief that families and small businesses desperately need right now,” Senate President pro Tempore Toni G. Atkins said in a statement. “People are hungry and hurting, and businesses our communities have loved for decades are at risk of closing their doors. We are at a critical moment, and I’m proud we were able to come together to get Californians some needed relief.”

Learn more about the relief package by clicking here.

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guillermo and chiquilina Charmed the world of TikTok.

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guillermo and chiquilina Charmed the world of TikTok.

Thanks to TikTok, the world is getting to know a bit more about Guillermo Hernandez and his pup, Chiquilina. The pair went viral on TikTok (and across the Internet) for their video outside a California carniceria: the terrier happily wagging its tail as it rides a rocking, coin-operated horse while its owner does a little dance to the backdrop of The Ronettes song, “Be My Baby.”

The video became an instant hit as it made its rounds around the Internet, racking up more than 8 million views and 2 million likes on TikTok alone. Now, Hernandez – the proud pup papi – is speaking out about his new found viral fame and giving us faith in humanity once again.

Guillermo Hernandez and his perrita, Chiquilina, have captured the heart of the Internet in new viral video.

A viral video has caused a sensation on TikTok and other social networks for showing a dog wagging her tail happily while riding a mechanical horse, while her owner watches on proudly.

The video was captured by TikTok user @frenchielife805, who saw the pair by chance when she was waiting in her car for the traffic light to change at a nearby intersection. “I go crazy for animals. I have two dogs that are like my babies,” confessed this mother and proud owner of two French bulldog dogs in an interview with the Santa Maria Times.

The video is truly what we all needed right now: pure amor.

Within hours of being posted online, the video blew up and the world came to know Guillermo Hernandez, 53, and Chiquilina, his 10-year-old Terrier cross dog that he has had since she was a puppy.

“I love her more than my life,” Hernandez told the Santa Maria Times, an emotion that many pet owners can identify with. “She is my doctor, my baby, my therapist,” he added.

A native of Michoacán, Mexico, Hernandez moved to the city of Santa Maria in 1985 and worked throughout the state of California in the construction industry for a long time until he was declared disabled by law and unable to continue performing such intense work. Now, he spends his days biking with his Chiquilina up on his head or hanging out with his friends outside the spot where they went viral.

The pair are well known in the area for their loving relationship.

Consuelo Valle, the owner of the shop where they were filmed, told the Santa Maria Times that “he loves his dog very much, he considers her as his family. She is always riding on his shoulder or being carried in his basket. He buys her popsicles, treats and ice cream. He talks to her and asks her what flavor of lollipop she wants.”

Both the TikToker who filmed their loving relationship and Valle said that the man’s incredible relationship with his dog raised their spirits and encouraged them to take better care of their own pets.

“The way in which he is happy with his dog, teaches us that we can all be happy in many different ways,” remarked Valle. While the TikToker @frenchielife805 said although has no idea why their video became went so viral, what she is sure of is that so far in the pandemic, people are always looking for any reason to smile.

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