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9 Thoughts Mexicans Had While Watching The Super Bowl

Most people watch the Super Bowl for the overrated commercials. We watch to slay the internet with these memes that speak to us.

This is what Bronco vs. Panthers looks like to us.

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Weren’t you talking about them?

Because what Mexican doesn’t remember these guys?

? #conzapatosdetacon

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That hashtag though.

Guadalupe Esparza, the real MVP.

#bronco #superbowl #mexicanproblems #mexicansbelike

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Von Miller who?

READ: Ron Rivera: The Puerto Rican-Mexican NFL Coach Leading His Team to Historic Highs

But it wasn’t all about Bronco. Walter Mercado also made a meme cameo.

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Mom immediately stopped what she was doing.

And every Mexican immediately related to Queen Bey.

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?I got hot sauce in my bag. Swag.?

Same, queen, same.

READ: Non-Basic Latino Super Bowl Snacks

And while everyone thought Beyoncé was paying homage to Michael Jackson with her outfit, we only saw Zapata.

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Igualitos.

This was the only reason Mexicans celebrated their win.

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And those who were going for the panteras Panthers, felt a little like this…

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Only Chente can make a grown man cry.

At the end of the day, this is the only championship we care about.

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¡Y arriba las Chivas ?❤️!

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The Internet Is Showing Its Love For Bad Bunny For Helping Us Get Through 2020 With These Incredible Memes

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The Internet Is Showing Its Love For Bad Bunny For Helping Us Get Through 2020 With These Incredible Memes

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It’s a simple fact: 2020 is the Year of Bad Bunny. El Conejo Malo has been everywhere – from epic SNL skits and moving performances on late night TV to the Billboard Hot 200 chart. And he’s been making history in the process.

Millions of fans have been stanning Bad Bunny so hard this year and it’s about time the reggaetónero from Puerto Rico gets the recognition he’s long deserved. And what does the Internet do when it wants to give that recognition? Well, it makes memes of course!

Here is a round up of some of the very best Bad Bunny memes that exist on the world wide webs:

Tell me where the lie is!

Hit after hit, bop after bop, Bad Bunny has delivered consecutive hits and I am here for each and every one of them. From ‘RLNDT’ and ‘NI BIEN NI MAL’ from X 100PRE to ‘Yo Perreo Sola’ and ‘Ignorantes’ on YHLQMDLG, Bad Bunny has given us not one but two albums of the summer.

Same!

The song that launched a meme challenge!

From shocked abuelas and tías to disapproving mothers, ‘Safaera’ has turned into a viral hit – and it’s 100% a song that I can’t wait to dance to once we can hit the clubs once again.

I feel this all the way.

Tell me I’m lying!

Bad Bunny has taken 2020 by storm – and I stan so hard.

With all that’s going on in the world and with so many of us under stay-at-home orders, this meme couldn’t speak a louder truth. Bad Bunny has steamrolled society with not one but two albums in the span of a couple of months. But society is ready for it.

Pretty sure that if Bad Bunny so much as breathes, we all feel it.

I feel connected to him on a special level – he speaks to so many of us in so many ways that this meme might as well be true.

Have you not done this?

Yup, totally been here. Phone call from abuela? Not answering. Slack chat from boss? Ignore. Text from mom? Not replying.

Nothing comes between me and my YHLQMDLG listening time.

The Holy Trinity

The Holy Trinity in all of its glory: X 100PRE, Oasis, and YHLQMDLG. Though how it will look once we add in Las Que No Iban A Salir?!

People need to show some respect!

Yes, that’ all I’m asking for! A moment of respect. Please!

Bad Bunny is helping to heal the world – or at least holds me tight in those scary moments.

And this couldn’t be any more real! With so much going on in the world and all of the uncertainty, Bad Bunny has provided that much-needed comfort blanket that has held me close in all of these crises.

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This Racist ‘How’s My Form?’ TikTok Is Getting Teens Expelled From School Even Though They’re In Quarantine

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This Racist ‘How’s My Form?’ TikTok Is Getting Teens Expelled From School Even Though They’re In Quarantine

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Just when we thought racist promposals were over, TikTok’s latest challenge has come to put a damper on our day.

Despite being kept inside, high school students are still finding ways to get into trouble with their schools, enough to the point of being expelled. Recently a new trend on TikTok has seen teens leaning on racist tropes to gain popularity through a meme called “how’s my form?”

According to Daily Dot, two students so far have been expelled from school during this time thanks to their careless actions.

Last week, a YouTube user complied four minutes worth of TikToks following the trend and put it all into a video. Sadly, the clips are latent with harmful stereotypes. They also use the song “Yoga” by New York City rapper 645AR and end with the question, “How’s my form?”

One TikTok user created a video of one user asking Asians to rate his “form” on eating a bat. The video clearly backs the xenophobic and racist mindset that the coronavirus outbreak comes from people who are Asian.

Recently, one hero of a dad took his daughter to task for participating in. the racist trend.

After making a video mocking Black people and the Three-fifths Compromise, which gave a disproportionate representation of slave states in the House of Representatives until the American Civil War, a teen’s dad forced her to apologize to users online.

Sitting next to her father, who told users he did not condone racism in his house she explained “I didn’t mean for it to come off as racist even though, considering the context of it—I didn’t mean it like that,” the teen said tearfully in the clip. “I was just doing a TikTok trend, and my actions aren’t OK.”

Way to go, Papa.

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