Everyone’s Thoughts On “La Incondicional” One Should Never Share With A Luis Mi Fan

Chances are you probably grew up listening to Luis Miguel’s music either by choice or because that’s what ma would blast on Saturday morning when it was time to do que hacer. Looking back, we can’t help but ? while watching “La Incondicional” almost 30 years after it was shot.

Luis Mi Hair

Head held high, clentching of the fists… We all get it, ¡eres un macho!

And more importantly, what’s up with that hair?!

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Was it inspired by a cacatua? You can totally poke someone’s eye out with that.

Is he convulsing?

Luis Mi Convulsing

Is that what men do in the locker room?

Nah, he was in the middle of a splish-splash party.


Mexican army must be chill as f**k.

Is this really what kind of panties women wore in the late 80s?

We find it hard to believe that that’s what Luis Mi found sexy… but get it, girl.

Ummm… why are these dudes wearing socks at the pool?


Was it to try to keep their feet dry or were they protecting themselves from athlete’s foot?



Someone feed that woman some chilaquiles.

Is he at an arcade?

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Or just a RoboCop wannabe ??

Back to his on-screen love. Who was her stylist and why didn’t she have a change of clothes?


A hundred years and 10,000 letters later, she’s still wearing the same white dress!

Wasn’t he supposed to be heartbroken?


What is he so damn excited about?

Finally…Luis Mi, why you so fine? ?

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Credit: La Incondicional / WEA /David Torres / YouTube

Ayy mamá!

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Have You Ever Wondered If The Minions Speak Spanish? Someone Decided To Investigate


Have You Ever Wondered If The Minions Speak Spanish? Someone Decided To Investigate

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Are the Minions Latino? No, but there’s a reason you can understand some of what they say.

In case you’re still wondering what language the Minions — those adorable little yellow dudes from “Despicable Me” — speak, Latino USA’s Antonia Cereijido has just the answer you need. If you’ve watched a movie with these adorable, accident-prone henchmen, you’ve probably understood a few words here and there. Hearing them say things like “para tu” might make you think they’ve got a ‘lil Latino in ’em, but they’re not. To get to the bottom of Minionese (the official language of Minions), Cereijido tracked down Pierre Coffin, co-drector of the “Despicable Me” movies and the voice of ALL the Minions. Coffin confirms that the Minions are not Latino, although he does use some Spanish words and foods, along with words and foods from every language on the planet, to create Minionese. If you really want to nerd out, Minions have *technically* been around since the beginning of time, which means they’ve been exposed to all the languages of the world. That’s why they’re familiar with the second most spoken language in the world, Spanish.

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