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Things We’re Deprived from When We Have Super Religious Parents

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We basically weren’t allowed to do anything.

They take celibacy to an extreme.

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Not only do they give us the ‘stay a virgin till you’re married talk,’ we’re not even allowed to watch telenovelas with them.

Even dancing was too much physical contact.

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When we were invited to quinceañeras, mom had to supervise us to make sure we weren’t perreando.

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You were only allowed to date future husbands.

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Otherwise we’d hear, “¿para qué andas con él si no se van a casar?”

Even this guy was considered a sin because only God knows what’s going to happen in the future.

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But God ain’t gonna tell me when I’m meeting the love of my life.

We were also the only kids who hadn’t watched Harry Potter. Yes, Harry Potter.

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Because the only magic that exists comes from God.

Forget about going on vacation with friends.

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The only trip we ever took was a mission trip with the church.

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Sunday brunch was for sinners.

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We really only had a 6-day week because Sundays were reserved for Church.

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Steve Aoki Mixed in Chente's 'Por Tu Maldito Amor' and 'El Sonidito' During One of His Sets

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Steve Aoki Mixed in Chente’s ‘Por Tu Maldito Amor’ and ‘El Sonidito’ During One of His Sets

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¡Un… dos… tres… cuatro!

During a recent gig in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, international EDM superstar Steve Aoki threw in a few songs that he knew his audience would appreciate. Aoki hit the unsuspecting crowd with Vicente Fernandez’s “Por Tu Maldito Amor” before transitioning to “El Sonidito” by Hechizeros Band. Once they heard those familiar beeps of “El Sonidito,” the crowd went wild. Aoki responded by jumping up and doing some sort of Riverdance-ish pogo dance.

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