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Because Why Not? Here’s A Collection Of People Going To Town On Trump Piñatas

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While Donald Trump has managed to avoid any real physical harm from protestors during his presidential campaign, his piñata counterpart hasn’t been so lucky. Every few days, someone else is in the news for taking out their frustrations on the candy-filled, papier-mâché look-a-like. And while we kind of feel bad for Trump’s piñata, the videos are usually hilarious, showing off people who are barely able to keep their anger in check. Here are a few of our favorites that teach you how to properly thrash a Trump piñata.

With a swing that could raise eyebrows in MLB, this Trump piñata never had a chance against the Kung Fu Sushi T-Shirts bro.

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Notice his follow through. This slugger is definitely experienced in the art of piñata smashing.

Slowed down, this shot is as beautiful as it is violent.

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Trump was definitely in over his head here. Moving on!

If you don’t have a proper piñata stick, don’t worry. Just Sul shows how effective a rake can be.

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Not to throw shade, but Trump’s hair is probably groomed with a similar rake.

If the rake fails, just stomp a few holes in your Trump piñata.

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Where have I seen this technique before?

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The stomp technique is perfect for when you want to destroy something that’s been an endless source of frustration.

Former Mexican president Vicente Fox shows a more hands-on approach to destroying his Trump piñata.

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Check out mitú’s coverage of this event here.

This one wins the award for most disturbing Trump piñata ever.

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It looks like Chucky and Trump had a baby.

This kid proves that destroying a Trump piñata is more than child’s play.

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Someone get a priest. This piñata is a easily a demon in disguise.

This virtual reality piñata is great if you want to destroy Trump, but you don’t want to deal with any messy clean up.

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Nothing like a nuclear explosion in the background to bring home the reality of  a Trump presidency.

We know how this dog will be voting come election time.

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JK. Dogs can’t vote…yet.

Here we see a Donald Trump piñata get destroyed by its natural predator: a minority.

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This kid is giving it 110% (a much higher percentage than the number of minorities backing Trump).

Destroying a Trump piñata can be a team building exercise. “FDT” rapper YG and his squad put on a show for audience members at a recent show.

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It’s nice to see people working together against a common enemy.

Be careful though, some Trump piñatas have teamed up with El Chapo for protection.

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These two billionaires probably have a few things in common.

When he’s not getting the candy beaten out of him, Trump’s piñata spends time enjoying live music and getting in touch with millennials.

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Work hard, play hard. That’s the piñata’s motto.

Read: Watch: Vicente Fox Unleashes All Of Our Collective Anger On Donald Trump Piñata

The Latest Genre To Take "Music City, USA" By Storm? Mariachi, Of Course!

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The Latest Genre To Take “Music City, USA” By Storm? Mariachi, Of Course!

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The home of country music is making space for mariachi.

In a city that has played a significant role in shaping modern American music, a new genre is taking root: mariachi. The traditional Mexican music isn’t being played at the Grand Ole Opry just quite yet, but it has become a staple at Glencliff High School in Nashville, which boasts a mariachi program. Mariachi Internacional de Nashville and Gabriela Fuentes — the group’s female director — were recently profiled by the Tennessean, Nashville’s largest newspaper. According to the paper, the group lives up to its name, featuring students who aren’t just Mexican; among the musicians are kids from Laos, Vietnam, Korea, Egypt, and even Kurdistan.

And if you, like us, where wondering how in the world a mariachi program was able to be launched in Nashville, you’d be surprised that Latinos will make up 34 percent of Nashville’s metro population by 2040. It turns out that we really are everywhere.

READ: Sandra Cisneros Was Given One Of The Highest Honors You Can Give An Artist

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