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Everything About This Burger Sounds Perfect, But It Just Doesn’t Make Sense

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Just when you thought avocado use reached its peak, one foodie Instagram account is giving avocados a new life… as a burger bun. No lie. @fooddeco has unleashed a whole new level of avocado obsession – and people are passionate about whether they agree with this “updated” avocado usage.

This is one of the images that has sparked a heated debate on social media.

Yeah. That’s an avocado, cut in half and made into a burger.

Immediately, people started speaking up about this new burger style. Against…

…and for.

Some can’t help but be amazed by its beauty.


#FoodGoals

And others just don’t get the appeal.


Travesty might be a harsh word for this, no?

While some people can’t wait to get their hands on this bad boy.


Because if you can eat a lettuce-wrapped burger, why not do the same with an avocado?

Others can’t image how you’d take a bite out of it.


^^Pretty valid point.

Some people are already crowning is the best thing to hit the burger world.

On the flip side, some avocado diehards are shunning this “invention.”

This is either brilliant marketing for a population that is underserved…

…or the next peas-in-guac controversy.


Only time will tell.


READ: These Photos Might Make You Change Your Mind About Avocados

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Lil Jon, Becky G And Yandel Collaborated On A Track And It’s Gonna Make You Move

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Lil Jon, Becky G And Yandel Collaborated On A Track And It’s Gonna Make You Move

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WX8gpvm42Dk

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“Ya le dije al DJ que me sebe la music.”

Two years ago, Lil Jon and DJ Snake had a super-mega hit with “Turn Down For What,” an EDM banger that feels like the musical equivalent of chugging 37 Monster energy drinks (and the ensuing 48 hours of no sleep). The song, which has more than half a billion views on YouTube, made the phrase “turn down for what” mainstream, which means it was featured in what felt like thousands of movies and commercials. Everyone, including people like high school teachers and soccer moms, started using it — a signal that the phrase was on the inevitable path to an uncool death.

Well, Lil Jon is back with “Take It Off” another high-energy track destined for the club. This time, he’s brought Latino standouts Becky G and Yandel into the fold, and tbh, it kinda sounds like it should be called “Turn Down For What, Part II.” Becky G and Yandel’s spanglish vocals slither over thumping bass and rapid-fire synth stabs while Lil Jon punctuates their verses with his signature yell-at-you-until-you-get-the-f-up shout. If you want something that makes you move, “Take It Off” does the trick. Although some of the awkward Spanglish lines, like “Ya le dije al DJ que me sube la music,” will make you go ???.


READ: A mitú Investigation: Did Becky G Get The Gap In Her Teeth Removed?

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